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sieving

[′siv·iŋ]
(engineering)
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Both studies found a high correlation when a uniform soil size was obtained on site either by grinding or by sieving.
It was not practical to sieve two of the 30 samples because sieving took over 30 minutes each.
Warburtons Blackpool has purchased a Russell '3in1' sieving station which is also being used to check screen raw ingredients.
A dust hood at the top dramatically reduces the dust generated during sieving.
The Sievmaster range will include the Sievmaster Slimline and a Sacktip Station to show dust free product transfer and sieving in one operation, the unit is designed for use with gravity fed receptacles under the frame, or simple integration into any convey system i.
Various other machines will be on view, at the largest stand in the show for sieving equipment, and information on all Farleygreene's range will be available including the centrifugal, linear and multiscreen grading sieves A 'Bear' planetary mixer unit will also be on show, along with some liquid mixers and a new inline flashblender unit.
The same module also controls an electromagnetic tapper which automatically removes the build up of fine dust on the sieve cover making sieving analysis even more reproducible.
The new Compact Airlock Sieve is the first real advance in sieving technology for ten years, with its pneumatic clamping system giving large improvements in product containment and operator health and safety.
Russell Finex have been manufacturing sieving and separation equipment for over 70 years and from this experience and by listening to customers problems like these they have developed the Russell Screen Changer.
Russell Finex provide sieving and filtration equipment to safeguard the quality of your food products.
The Compact 3-in-1 Sieving Station will also be shown which is specially adapted to meet the needs of the bakery industry.