sizing screen

sizing screen

[′sīz·iŋ ‚skrēn]
(design engineering)
A mesh sheet with standard-size apertures used to separate granular material into classes according to size; the Tyler standard screen is an example.
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Tenders are invited for Replacement Of Tube And Shaft Assembly Of Sizing Screen Unit No.
Rugged rotary knives pull the material into the cutting area and disintegrate the slabs to a size fine enough to pass through a special sizing screen.
A key new feature of this model is the on-board detachable sizing screen.
After initial impact, particles are projected across the screen and are sheared between the blades of the rotor and the sizing screen or jaws.
The granulated material is discharged downwards through the sizing screen out of the mill and can be carried away pneumatically or mechanically.
Three rotating knives and two stationary bed knives cut the waste until the particles are small enough to pass through a steel sizing screen, selected by the user.
is said to produce uniformly sized granules (3 x 5 mm, 5 x 5 mm, or 6 x 6 mm) without the use of a sizing screen.
Then multiple rows of small chipper blades cut plastic into cubes of 4, 5, 6, 7, or 9 mm (depending on model) without the use of a sizing screen.
The expansion included a new Bateman-designed rotary scrubber, double deck sizing screen and dewatering circuit.
Tenders are invited for Repairing Of Sizing Screen Bearing Housing In Ps-8 Building 04 No.
These knives disintegrate the slabs to a size fine enough to pass through a special sizing screen before the reduced particles are expelled from the bottom of the unit.
It uses seven knives to continuously cut items until they are small enough to pass through a sizing screen.