Densimetric tables are used for the efficient separation of dry materials by density. Densimetric tables type M are especially used in separation of products with a high density and grain size up to 80 mm.
Dry densimetric separation is achieved on a vibrating, inclined base. A flow of rising air crosses this base and has two effects on the material. Less dense products float without touching the base and slide to the lower portion of the inclined table. More dense product contacts the table and is pushed towards the top due to the vibration. The greater the difference in density of the products, the greater the grain size bands that can be treated.
An extractor hood and ducts can be installed to partially or fully recirculate the air.
Densimetric tables type M have an extremely robust design for treating materials such as crushed minerals or metals. Three models are manufactured differing in width (0.7, 1 and 1.5 m). They can be supplied with or without a dedusting system (by cyclone or by sleeve filter).