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Total screen rotation simplifies this mill’s inspection

By Chemical Engineering |

Gericke USA

Gericke USA

MK-3 centrifugal mill sifters (photo) include a new basket design that enables 360-deg screen rotation within the machine, providing flexibility to meet the demands of both quality inspection and hygiene within the food, chemical and pharmaceutical industries. The mill’s design simplifies inspection by allowing a single operator to conduct inspection from one side of the sifter, while eliminating manual handling and the inherent hygiene implications of removing the screen on a regular basis for inspection. Standard machines include bearings at both ends. In addition to the traditional nylon screens, anti-static, perforated-plate and wedge wire screens are available to suit many applications. — Gericke USA, Inc., Somerset, N.J.

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