air classifier

air classifier

[′er ′klas·ə‚fī·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A device to separate particles by size through the action of a stream of air. Also known as air elutriator.
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The Kason CAM 1300 air classifier mill provides impact grinding and air classification to produce fine grinds at rates up to 16.5 tons per hr.
The pneumatic air classifier separates particles at any cut point from 300 pm to 63 pm (50 to 230 mesh) and consistently runs unattended in 24/7 operation with no moving parts for dependable service and virtually zero maintenance.
Ispaghol Processing Machinery designed and developed by Agricultural Engineering Institute (AEI), NARC/ PARC includes seed cleaner, de-bearder, de-husker, winnower and air classifier. All machines are mounted in a line and the whole process of Ispaghol de-husking is completed step by step.
* A stainless steel air classifier that provides a second step after micronizing to fine tune any desired particle range, if required.
The Mikro Mak Mill is part of the established Air Classifier Mill range from Hosokawa Micron and has been developed to size reduce natural fibrous materials such as wood, cellulose, grain, bran, corn, peas and reeds in a single stage operation.
With its recent investments, the company now has resources for particle size reduction, which includes grinding equipment and an air classifier mill.
Netzsch Fine Particle Technology, LLC, has introduced the Netzsch-Condux[R] Air Classifier CFS HD-S line of high dispersion, ultra-fine classifiers used to separate particles of any hardness in the range of 1 to 50 [micro]m.
Netzsch-Fine Particle Technology, LLC now offers the Netzsch-Condux Air Classifier CFS HD-S line of high-dispersion, ultra-fine classifiers used to separate particles of any hardness in the range of 1 to 50 [micro] m.
Both of these issues have been solved in new patented technology that treats aggregate sand with a combination of a special type of attrition unit and a new type of crossflow air classifier. The technology has been tested and used to reclaim aggregate sand at yields near 90% to a quality that enables it to be used as new sand.
The CFS 5 HD-S High Dispersion Air Classifier with a gas flow volume of 50 m3/h is the smallest machine of this series and guarantees optimal classifying results on a laboratory scale.
CDS high-density bed jet mill combines a spiral jet mill design with a dynamic air classifier wheel.