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Low-profile sanitary screener achieves high rates

10 September 2018

A new low-profile, Flo-Thru sanitary screener from Kason scalps oversize particles and foreign matter from dry bulk materials and solids-laden slurries at high rates in low headroom areas. 

The screener employs two unbalanced-weight gyratory motors mounted on opposing exterior sidewalls of a screening chamber, instead of one motor positioned beneath it, reducing minimum height requirements significantly. 

Mounted on suspension springs, the Flo-Thru design also allows vertical alignment of the top inlet and bottom outlet, allowing on-size material to rapidly descend through the screen in a straight-through path at high rates into downstream equipment or receiving vessels.  Oversize material is ejected through a spout at the periphery of the screen. 

The unit is available in diameters from 460 to 2540mm with interchangeable screens that allow sifting of on-size materials as fine as 38 microns. All material contact surfaces are of stainless steel with continuous welds polished to cGMP, 3-A, USDA, BISSC, FDA or industrial standards. 

Quick-release clamps allow rapid removal of screens and tool-free disassembly of frames for thorough wash down of components (including the motors), as well as rapid interior access for inspection and screen changes.


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