The machinery is able to classify particles by balancing the
centrifugal force of the rotor and the centripetal force of the air.
Material to be separated is pulled through by the fan into the inlet
duct and up to the rotor, where the two opposing forces classify it.
Finer particles are more susceptible to centripetal forces whereas
coarse particles are more prone to centrifugal force. These forces flow
coarse materials down the inside wall of the machine, emptying out the
materials in the coarse particle discharge, while finer particles travel
through the air current into the rotor and then discharged through the
upper outlet duct. There are 12 motor options to suit all classification
needs. The Micron Separator Air Classifier are perfect for applications in the food,
chemical, and cosmetic industries.
Due to heavy market demands for multipurpose technology, the Micron
Separator is unsurpassed with its broad applications range, boosted
productivity when paired with a grinding unit, and precise
classifications of even the finest particles.