Grain pre-cleaner H500
seedvibrating meshseparator

grain pre-cleaner
grain pre-cleaner
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APPLICATION The H500 separator-cleaner is designed for multiple uses and meets all cleaning needs: from basic cleaning upon reception and before storing to very fine cleaning before shipment. The basic cleaning flow rate is 2.5 tph for wheat, but it can be adapted to any type of grain or seed: wheat, corn (maize), barley, oat, flax, rapeseed, peas, broad beans, etc. It is regarded as very useful for milling, seed storage and the sorting of mixed crops thanks to its 3 sifting levels. OPERATION Schneider Jaquet separators-cleaners operate on the basis of planetary movement, allowing better distribution of grains all over the sifting surface and thus enhancing the flow rate and yield. This machine combines the functions of a dust remover, screener, lump breaker and scrubber, making the best of the most reliable techniques currently available for this work. It is made of a hanging casing that is set in planetary motion by out-centred masses driven by a vertical shaft and low-power electrical motor. 1- Grain is fed into the feeding hopper which spreads it in an even layer over the entire width of the machine. 2– It contains a pre-breaking sift that removes a high percentage of large waste, thus allowing for better distribution over the two following sifting levels and preventing dirt accumulation. 3- Once the good product is obtained, it is fed through another sift that removes large waste or bigger grains and directs those to the large waste exit. The good product is then fed through a screen that separates fine products and directs them towards the screenings exit. AVANTAGES • 3 niveaux de tamis • Adapté au tri de semences • Adapté aux cultures mélangées


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