Separating particles in difficult-to-process materials for processes in the food and chemicals industries can be inefficient and time-consuming. Utilising vibration technology to sieve such materials gives vastly improved performance, and the latest technologies mean even greater productivity is now available.
The Virto CS 065.1 X series vibratory sieve has been specifically designed to handle difficult materials with increased performance over traditional vibratory sieves.
The CS 065.1 uses a patented system developed by the manufacturer known as MFVexcite. This technology converts traditional single-frequency oscillation into a multifrequency movement. Thanks to this development, the material acceleration transmitted to the mesh reaches 500G, instead of the 5G delivered by standard sieves. This means class-leading performance of up to 99% particle purity in materials that are difficult (or traditionally impossible) to screen, such as high viscosity or abrasive slurries.
The single-deck CS 065.1 can be tailored to suit your specific needs and is 950mm in diameter. Featuring all-stainless steel construction for contact parts, the unit can also be offered with mirror finish polish to these areas for use where hygiene is required.
Because it uses two motors operating in synchronisation at lower speeds, the CS 065.1 uses less energy than traditional vibratory sieves, reducing running costs and increasing lifespan.
Finally, the CS 065.1 has a wide range of options including clean in place (CIP) system, a variety of stands, pneumatic lifting, and a variety of connections to meet your requirements.
With operations starting nearly 70 years ago, Cuccolini ( Virto Group) (https://www.virtogroup.com) is one of Europe’s largest manufacturers of screening and separation equipment producing up to 3,500 vibrating sieves a year for more than 65 different industries (ranging from fine food, pharma and metal powders to heavy aggregate and mining material) across more than 75 countries.