In-Line Pneumatic | Quality Assurance Sifters
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What is the In-Line Sifter?
Though In-line sifting was not invented by Great Western, our In-Line sifters are unique. They are sifters engineered to work under pressure rather than a pressure vessel adapted to act like a sifter. Because Great Western put the priority in sifting, our In-Line sifters incorporate the features engineers, sanitarians, maintenance personnel and operators have come to expect in any reliable gravity flow sifter.
The Great Western In-Line Tru-Balance Sifter allows direct insertion into a vacuum or pressure pneumatic conveying line and is intended as a quality assurance tool for removing a small amount of oversized impurities from the product. Placed in pneumatic unloading or transfer systems, the In-Line Tru-Balance eliminates equipment such as cyclone receivers, airlocks, receiving hoppers and blowers which would be required if a standard (atmospheric pressure) sifter were utilized. All product contact surfaces are fabricated of stainless steel which insures compliance with the most stringent sanitation standards.
The new Quality Assurance (QA) Series of In-Line sifters, the QA24, QA30, QA36, and QA46 replace the previous models 611 and 621.
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Models and Capacities
The QA24 is available with two to five sieves with a net screen area from 4 to 10 ft square. Typical capacities would be from 25 to 300 lbs/min on wheat flour.
The QA30 is available with two to seven sieves with a net screen area from 7.5 to 26 ft square. Typical capacities would be up to 500 lbs/min on wheat flour.
The QA36 is available with two to seven sieves and a net screen area from 10 to 35 ft square. Rates to 700 lbs/min on hard wheat flour.
The QA46 model has four to seven sieves and a net screen area from 35.6 to 62.3 ft. square. Rates to 1200 lbs/min on hard wheat flour.
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