- Classifiers are mainly used to separate,
in our case, chips and flakes by size.
- Classifiers are also used to separate liquids from
solids and, in the meantime, size classification can
occur as well.
- Some flat vibrating classifiers are (improperly)
used for drying with the aid of (expensive) hot air.
- This system has been
invented some, many, centuries ago, and still is working
principle is absolutely the same, the only difference
is that in nowadays it cost thousands of times more;
is used to separate materials by dimension by means
of a screen.
are many variables to it, of course, it can be equipped
with multiple screens with different outlets for each
dimension, with air aid to dry or to separate light
flakes, with high or low frequency to get different
results or even to make one kind of flake to go one
way and the other one the opposite one.
can be flat, slightly inclined or circular and you should
choose it according with the job the classifier is supposed
are too many applications for this kind of item to be
listed; what we want to tell you is, once again, to
pay attention to the fact you choose the right model
for your specific application and not a "general
purpose" one that may work but it may not as well,
and for working we mean something that runs trouble-free,
without the needing to be cleaned every so often etc.