|PALMER brush sieves are highly efficient in dressing and cleaning of ground product. The sifter will breakdown lumps to give a smooth consistent product. It will separate foreign material such as string, tags and some metals from the product.
The brush sieve consists of a feed hopper and sifting section. A common shaft is driven by a motor mounted at the rear of the machine. A screw feeder conveys the product from the inlet hopper to the sifter. It is then sifted through a perforated screen. The product is conveyed along the screen by brushes or by beaters which are connected to a spider mounted on the common shaft. Foreign material exits from the front of the machine.
The PALMER brush sieve is a totally enclosed machine to give a dust free environment.
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