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What is The Function of a Sieve Shaker?

Posted by Art Gatenby on Oct 17, 2013 4:56:00 PM

 

Visitors to our web pages often arrive with the question, “What is the Function of a Sieve Shaker?

The simple answer is “to expose the particles in a sample to all the openings in each sieve in a stack”. A sieve stack is the result of fitting each sieve to be used in a given particle size analysis into the one above. The sieve with the largest mesh holes is at the top with each subsequent sieve of a tighter mesh size than the one above it.

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Topics: Sieve Shakers, "Ask Art", Sonic Sifter, Agglomeration, Particle Size Analysis, Sieve Testing, Sieves, Sieving Process, Sieve Analysis

Static Electricity and Sieves: No Problem -- Maybe

Posted by Art Gatenby on Apr 21, 2010 2:02:00 PM

I'll bet that most of you have experienced the shock of walking on a thick wool rug on a dry winter's day and getting zapped out of your reverie when reaching for the metal door knob.


The same process of static electricity generation can play havoc with your sieving process.

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Topics: Sieve Blinding, Agglomeration, Sieve Testing, Sieves

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