Tumbler sieve for classifying and dedusting granular materials

For the classification of delicate granular material, screen tumblers make an excellent alternative where high throughput is still required with gentle handling. This is important to many processes in the chemicals, pharmaceuticals and food industries, where traditional vibratory sieves and graders are too harsh for delicate materials.

High capacity tumbler for delicate, dry materials

The Virto T-Line VTU is a purpose-designed high capacity tumbler sieve capable of achieving up to 95% efficiency for particle sizes as small as 100 microns.

Especially suitable for multi-stage separation of fine, lightweight and difficult to screen products, the VTU uses three-dimensional movement for class-leading performance with powders and granules. The exact nature of the movement can be adjusted to suit your requirements.

The tumbler screen can use meshes down to 100 microns, can be supplied with anti-clogging systems composed of FDA-certified rubber spheres or ultrasound systems to your specification.

All product contact parts are constructed of AISI 304 stainless steel, and ATEX certification and full FDA conformity is available on request.

The VTU is available with 1 to 5 sieving decks, and offers a total mesh size of 4.5 m2 for maximum productivity.

Solidly built for enhanced reliability, the VTU tumbler sieve is energy-efficient and quiet in operation, making it suitable for a wide range of applications.

BENEFITS FOR YOU

  • 5 times more capacity per m2 of mesh than traditional alternatives
  • High efficiency screening down to as little as 100 microns
  • Full ATEX and FDA certification available
  • Quick replacement of sieving deck thanks to deck lift system
  • Specifically designed for gentle handling of high volumes of all delicate powders and granules

 

With operations starting nearly 70 years ago, Cuccolini/Virto Group(http://www.cuccolini.it)  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.