In-Line Sifters achieve capacities up to 1,000 lb/min.

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Tru-Balance Sifters are inserted into vacuum or pressure pneumatic conveying lines as quality assurance tools for removing small amount of oversized impurities from product. They utilize pneumatic sieve compression system to elevate and lower upper dome assembly. Systems offer rapid access for sifter inspection, have no heavy domes to lift or hoist, and provide accelerated sifter closing. All contact surfaces are stainless steel.



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Pneumatic In-Line Tru-Balance Sifters


Designed for direct insertion into a vacuum or pressure pneumatic conveying line as a quality assurance tool for removing a small amount of oversized impurities from the product.

Placed in pneumatic unloading or transfer systems, the Great Western In-Line Tru-Balance sifter eliminates equipment such as cyclone receivers, airlocks, receiving hoppers and blowers which would be require if a standard (atmospheric pressure) sifter were utilized.

All product contact surfaces are fabricated of stainless steel. Built in two different models to achieve capacities up to 1,000 lbs/min flour.

Both models utilize a pneumatic sieve compression system to elevate and lower the upper dome assembly. This system provides rapid access for sifter inspection, no heavy domes to lift or hoist, and accelerated sifter closing.

Great Western Manufacturing designs and manufactures custom industrial processing machinery. Their line of sifters, the Company's primary product, are used for scalping, grading and fines removal from dry, free-flowing powders and granular materials. Serving cereal grain processors, mix plants, bakeries and snack food producers, spice processors and the pet food, chemicals, plastics and mineral industries.

For more information contact:

Mr. Bob Ricklefs

Great Western Manufacturing, Co., Inc.

P.O. Box 149

2017 S. 4th St.

Leavenworth, KS 66048-0149

Toll free: 800-682-3121

p 913-682-2291

f 913-682-1431

www.gwmfg.com

E-Mail: sifter@gwmfg.com

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