- It removes the residues from any substance.
- It is used as a sifter in the kitchen to separate and break-up clumps from the dry ingredients.
- It is also used as a strainer to filter liquids from any solid substances.
- Available Fabric Widths – 42”, 48” & 84” - Standard.
- Available Fabric Length – 30 mtr. - Standard.
- Available in 20,30,40 and 60 Mesh.
- Colours – White.
- Weight – 80 gms to 150 gms per mtr.
- Sieves are also known as sifters. They play a major role in domestic as well as in food industries like flourmills, sugar refining and cocoa and beverage production processes.
- A sieve is a device created to separate wanted elements from unwanted substances and larger particles from smaller ones.
- It is used as a screen of mesh/net.
- It is widely used in construction sites to separate sand and gravel.
A sieve is a device consisting of a mesh or perforated surface that is used to separate particles based on size. It works by allowing smaller particles to pass through the holes or openings while retaining larger particles. When a mixture or substance is poured onto the sieve, the particles are sorted based on their size as the finer particles pass through the sieve and the coarser particles are retained.
At Priyafil, there are various types of sieves available, each designed for specific applications. One of the common types is woven wire mesh sieves. These sieves differ in terms of the materials used, opening sizes, and construction, allowing them to be used for different particle size ranges and sample types.
Selecting the right sieve size depends on the purpose of your analysis or separation. It is important to consider the range of particle sizes in your sample and choose a sieve with openings that allow the desired size range to pass through. Additionally, the industry standards or specific requirements of your application may dictate the sieve size you should use. Consulting with experts or referring to relevant guidelines can help you determine the appropriate sieve size.
Cleaning and maintaining sieves are important to ensure accurate and consistent results. After each use, it is recommended to clean the sieves by washing smoothly or tapping to remove any residual particles. If necessary, sieves can be washed with a mild detergent and rinsed thoroughly. Regular inspection should be carried out to check for any damage or clogging of the openings, and damaged sieves should be replaced.
Yes, sieves can be used for wet sieving applications. Wet sieving involves the separation of particles in a liquid medium. Instead of dry particles, the sample is suspended in a liquid and poured onto the sieve. The liquid passes through the sieve, carrying the smaller particles, while the larger particles remain on the sieve. Wet sieving can be useful when the sample is cohesive or if the particle size analysis needs to be performed in a liquid environment.