Zigzag Classifier

A zigzag classifier is a gravity classifier for sharp separations in the range of d97 approx. 0.3 – 10 mm.

Widely used in different industries, such as food industry in the separation of cracked oleiferous seeds, separation of precious metals like copper, aluminium or lead from the insulation material of previously cut cable scrap; dust removal from plastic granules, coke, chalk, fertilizers, bauxite, and so on.

Extremely high, steplessly adjustable precision of cut

The Zigzag Classifier – MZM and MZF Multi-Plex from Hosokawa Alpine is a gravity classifier for sharp separations in the range d97, approx. 0.3 – 10 mm, with a zigzag geometry of the classifying tube, it comes in two different designs: MZM and MZF. Each design is available in a range of machine sizes from a single-tube to a multi-tube classifier.

Throughputs can range up to approx. 200 t/h for the industrial-scale multi-tube classifier. Classification takes place at every change in direction of the zigzag tube and permits an extremely high, steplessly adjustable precision of cut. The result is clean-cut fines or lightweight material, even under overload conditions.

BENEFITS FOR YOU

  • Maintenance-free and wear-resistant
  • Overload-proof
  • Insensitive to changes in the feed material composition
  • Once set, the classifying system can be operated over long periods without any supervision at all

Hosokawa Alpine (www.hosokawa-alpine.com) offers comminution technology for the production of powders, particles and bulk materials: from mills and classifiers to complete turnkey systems. For R&D and laboratory applications, as well as for industrial production. Tailor-made solutions for powder and particle processing in the chemicals industry, for paints and pigments, mineral raw materials and metals, pharmaceutics and cosmetics, foodstuffs and animal feed, and for industrial recycling.

Industry event: Chocolate & Confectionary Professional Days February 25, 2014 At the occasion of the Salima fair in Brno, we organized an introduction in technologies for working with chocolate and compound. We are grateful for the active participation at the seminar and the many interesting follow-up meetings! Speakers included experts from Hosokawa Bepex, Royal Duyvis Wiener and Hacos: