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When is comes to Sieve Shakers It is essential that the maximum sieving area is available at all times to allow particles to pass through the apertures. To provide this, the shaker uses two essential movements; gyratory and jolting, to spread the test material over the entire surface and breaking down any agglomerates in the powder, eventually clearing the sieve apertures.
The Pascall Inclyno Sieve Shaker with its double gyratory and jolting action is noted for the accuracy of the sieve analysis of powdered material. The Inclyno has become a standard unit in many Testing Stations, Government Laboratories and Research Associations due to the reliable and consistent results obtained. Indeed,
the particle size is often specified to an analysis determined by an Inclyno.
The table of the Inclyno on which the sieves are clamped is always inclined
to the axis of the machine.
The table does not rotate but moves in a gyratory motion. This movement spreads the material over the entire surface area of the mesh of each sieve in turn. The movement is limited to the surface area of the mesh and the powder is not thrown high against the inner walls of the sieves.
At the same time, the table of the Inclyno lifts and falls over a short distance at a
frequency of approx. 300 jolts per minute and the simultaneous action of both
movements present the particles of the test material at all possible angles and each particle is given the optimum chance of passing through the apertures of the sieve. All models are fitted with a quick-release sieve clamping mechanism which securely locks the nest of sieves in place. The Inclyno is operated by a 180W motor and supplied complete with an electronic timer switch which allows the unit to be used over a pre-determined period from 0-99 minutes. Shakers are available in 230 or 110 volt.
Powdered materials such as aggregates, carbides, chemicals, coal, diamonds, metal powders, minerals, pharmaceuticals, ores, pigments etc, invariably are supplied subject to whether or not the particle size is within a specified range or a
permissible maximum or minimum tolerance in terms of percentage retained
on or passing through a sieve or series of recognised international standards.