Ultrasonic Vibrating Sieve is applied in food industry, Pharmaceutical industry, Chemical industry, Metallurgy and mining industry
Pea protein, soy protein, aspartame, taurine, food additives
Western powder, Chinese medicine powder, pharmaceutical intermediates, pearl powder
Iron powder, aluminum powder, lead powder, copper powder, alloy powder, refractory materials, steel balls, alumina and so on
Activated carbon, ultra-fine glass beads, soda ash and so on
1. Ultrafine powder screening：Gaofu combines ultrasonic and vibrating screens to solve the problem of difficult screening of highly absorbent materials.
2.Solve the screening problems of materials with strong adsorption, easy clumping, strong viscosity, high static electricity, high density, ultra-fine powder and other characteristics.
3.High precision：The screening accuracy can be increased by more than 80%, and the output can be increased by 2 to 5 times.
4.Reduce noise：The pollution and abrasion of powder caused by conventional screening methods have been changed, and the noise of the screening machine has been greatly reduced.
5.Clean the network without blocking: 220V, 50Hz electric energy is converted into 36KHz mechanical vibration, so as to achieve the purpose of rapid screening and cleaning, making the screening of ultra-fine powder easy.
Ultrasonic vibrating sieve change 220V, 50Hz or 110V, 60Hz electrical energy into 36KHz high-frequency electrical energy, then input ultrasonic transducer, it will become 36KHz mechanical vibration, the power of the ultrasonic wave make the screen with high-frequency vibration. When the materials vibration with low-frequency , superimposed on the ultrasonic vibration, screen mesh can prevent clogging, but also to improve the output and quality screening, to achieve the purpose of efficient screening and cleaning screen surface, ultra-fine powder is easy to sieve. The system introduces a low-amplitude and high-frequency ultrasonic vibration wave (mechanical wave) on the screen based on the traditional vibrating screen to improve the screening performance of the ultrafine particles. Particularly suitable for high value-added fine split users.