The new MSizer extend is the most powerful and most flexible long deck classifier machine according to the Sizer principle. The machine combines maximum economic and technical efficiency benefiting from a new screen deck concept with a modified angle of inclination of the screens.
Depending on the specific application, the MSizer extend features two to six screen decks arranged on top of each other, with the topmost screen having the smallest inclination and the bottommost screen having the greatest inclination. In the newly designed compact housing the MSizer screens are actuated with a defined swing-amplitude using vibration motors or exciters. With the precisely designed swing-amplitude the fines quickly flow, almost vertically downwards, while the coarse grains are separated from the material stream with highest efficiency.
Clogging is effectively avoided by means of thin material layers on the screen decks and a significantly increased throughput is achieved. The bigger screen mesh sizes compared to cut point counteract the formation of thick material layers and clogging and lead to a significantly higher throughput and lifetime of the screens.
Use in a potentially explosive plant environment.