Powder screener for graphite separation
A Russell screener with built in ultrasonic technology allows efficient grading of graphite powder
When grading metal powders such as graphite it is important for manufacturers to remove oversize contamination and to maintain a uniform product quality, as these factors directly influences quality of the final product. Therefore, it is necessary to have an efficient screening machine to grade the powder to ensure the oversize particles do not contaminate the final product. This demonstration video shows how the Finex Ultima™ with the Vibrasonic® Deblinding System effectively removes fines from graphite powder, preventing particles from blocking the mesh apertures.
The Finex Ultima™ is a metal powder vibrating screener, which efficiently controls material movement across the mesh and sieves with greater accuracy, designed exclusively for India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Engineered with the latest technology, this vibro screen can easily handle screening of difficult metal powders on upto five fractions in one operation. Available in different sizes from 30″ to 60″ with contact parts made of high standard stainless-steel, this unit can be custom-built to fit your unique requirements.
The Vibrasonic® Deblinding System when combined with the Finex Ultima™ is the perfect combination, as an efficient sieving machine which can accurately grade any metal powders down to 20 microns by eliminating mesh blinding. The ultrasonic sifter increases sieving efficiency with consistent product quality and allows sieving equipment to run at its optimum level.
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This revolutionary vibro screen separator is used to grade or classify material into different particle sizes on up to 5 fractions, enabling your company to enhance product quality and increase your profitability.
Ultrasonic deblinding systems are used to eliminate mesh blinding when screening difficult powders. Using ultrasonics allows you to sieve on finer meshes, increase your screening capacity and reduce mesh breakage.