Static sieves use large mesh grates or ridges spaced so they remove predetermined impurities from raw materials.
Scalping sieves are typically smaller, enclosed static sieves which are placed in-line in processing systems to remove large granules from powders. These are commonly used to get large particles out of food, beer, and pharmaceutical inputs.
Dewatering sieves are typically open designs used to remove large particles from liquid streams. These are commonly used to remove sand, rocks, or slag from water or liquid products.
Static sieves have a number of benefits, all stemming from their non-moving, mechanical nature:
High Efficiency: Static sieves are highly efficient at removing impurities from raw materials, ensuring that the final product is of the highest quality. With the right mesh size, static sieves can capture even the smallest impurities, ensuring that the final product is free from contaminants.
Easy Maintenance: Static sieves are relatively easy to maintain, with simple cleaning procedures that can be performed quickly and easily. This reduces downtime and ensures that the sieves are always in good working order.
Durability: Static sieves are made from high-quality materials that are designed to last for many years. With proper maintenance, these sieves can continue to provide high-quality results, even after many years of use.
Cost-Effective: Static sieves are a cost-effective solution for processing companies, especially when compared to other types of sieving equipment. These sieves can be purchased at a relatively low cost, and they are designed to provide many years of reliable performance.
Versatility: Static sieves are versatile and can be used for a wide range of applications. They can be customized to meet the specific needs of a processing company, ensuring that they are an ideal solution for almost any type of raw material.
Low-Risk: Static sieves are safe to use, with no moving parts that could cause injury.