Centrifugal screening machines
When things get really tough…
In centrifugal screening machines and strainers, the material to be screened is moved through a cylindrical screen basket with tool-equipped rotors. They are mainly used for products that are difficult to screen and also achieve very good results with caking and fatty products.
Centrifugal screening machines and strainers are versatile – in a wide range of industries and applications in the production process: as protective screens, for separating coarse and fine particles and, of course, for deagglomeration.
Core components of
Centrifugal Screening Machines and Strainers
Centrifugal screening machines and strainers are powered by electric motors that drive the rotor inside the screen basket and / or the feed screws for material transport.
If centrifugal screeners have a sieve mesh cleaner, the sieves are also equipped with a vibration motor.
Sieve basket and tool rotor
The heart of the sieve machine is a round sieve basket or sieve half-shell and a rotor with tools.
The rotor either slings the material to be sieved from the interior against the sieve mesh (centrifugal screening machine) or pushes it gently through the mesh with straining bars (strainer).
Centrifugal screening machines and strainers can be constructed on a frame firmly anchored in the ground.
However, the sieves are often integrated seamlessly into systems without a frame.
The screens cause hardly measurable dynamic forces on building or steel structures.
3 steps to your
Centrifugal Screening Machine or Strainer
We listen, ask questions
and make suggestions
We analyze your problem and show you possible solutions. Tests in the pilot station with your original product ensure process security.
Your machine emerges
The work of our designers now starts. The sieving machine takes shape in consultation with you. After approval by you, our manufacturing team then takes over.
Your sieving solution is ready. Our service team ensures smooth integration and commissioning. They will still be there for you afterwards in normal operation.