Bühler expands its range of sieving machines. The new sieving machine MKZK is designed to efficiently remove foreign matter from free-falling bulk materials. All parts that contact the product are made of stainless steel which ensures top food safety. The design supports a good product flow and minimizes dust adherence. Within less than 15 seconds, both sieve and product chamber can be made accessible for effective inspection and cleaning. Machine availability is therefore considerably higher. The sieving machine MKZK sets new efficiency standards by lowering aspiration air consumption by 30 percent. The belt-free direct drive also reduces energy consumption by at least 5 percent. Bühler’s new sieving machine model MKZK is integrated into the gravity spout and supplements the existing MKZI that is designed for pneumatic systems. Both sieving machines are available as single or double units with screen perforations from 0.75 to 16 mm. Optionally the MKZK can be equipped with magnets of various strengths to meet the requested food safety requirements.
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