Mechanical vibration is a measure used to create movement in a specific product during its processing.
In the case of vibrating sieves and screens, the vibration is created with the aim to randomly move the particles of a product on a mesh table or deck, which is meant to retain the bigger particles which cannot flow through the mesh’s apertures.
Vibration can be gentle or hard, depending on the aim of the process and on the force necessary to achieve a free movement of the particles on the sieve.
Is it possible to sieve a fragile product and maintain its physical characteristics unaltered throughout the process?
After our decades-long experience with many different products and applications, we can say – yes, it is.
Here are three enlightening examples: