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sieve

(siv),
A meshed or perforated device for separating fine particles from coarser ones.
[O.E. sive]

sieve

A slang term for an A&E/ER doctor who admits almost every patient he or she sees to hospital.

sieve

(sĭv)
A device consisting of a mesh with holes of uniform size. It is used to separate particles above a certain size from solutions or powders.

molecular sieve

A type of sieve in which the molecular material present in the gel or crystal will adsorb molecules of a certain kind and let others pass.
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It also shows the mean and range of saturation levels of samples that were dry enough to be sieved both within and outside of the practicality range (defined as the range of saturation levels that allowed for sieving within 30 minutes).
For more information, contact Jones at 352-395-5008 or Sieving at 352-846-0569.
SAS(1) Stepwise statistical analysis procedures were used to identify those physical and chemical properties from the Lincoln lab that were best correlated to the average erodible fraction from dry sieving.
The Russell Compact Sieve[R]: This is a high-capacity safety sieving machine, popular in the pharmaceutical industry due to its ability to provide high throughputs with improved product quality.
The electro magnetic vibration mechanism breaks the liquid film formed on the sieve surface, which is a problem with other wet sieving devices.
We look forward to working with Russell Finex as our production expands to explore new sieving and filtration possibilities".
Contact us for your unique pharmaceutical sieving requirements.
Highly accurate and cost-effective custom mesh designs can be produced to satisfy virtually any filtering and sieving requirements using precision Photo ElectroForming (PEF).
Below are the innovative range of food sieving and filtration solutions which will be on display:
Farleygreene will be exhibiting their updated range of sieving & process equipment.
The main objective was to achieve capacities of 2 tonnes per hour sieving bakery powders although a capacity up to 6 tonnes per hour was also required on a variety of other products.
The AS 200 control accepts sieve stacks from 100 mm to 8 inches diameter and is suitable for dry or wet sieving.