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GRAIN SIEVES


Endecotts produce a range of microplate sieves made from electro-formed nickel plate in stainlesGrain sieves are specially manufactured to meet the requirements of ISO 5223. They are used by Government Intervention Boards and similar organisations worldwide for testing grains and cereals.Grain sieves are available in 200 mm diameter brass or stainless steel frames, in either full or half height depths and with either mild or stainless steel slotted plate.


ADVANTAGES

  • Precision frame (ensures consistent nestability)
  • Precise aperture (in accordance with ISO 5223)
  • Natural fillet (free flowing of sample)
  • Totally sealed (no crevice to lose material)
  • Manufactured in accordance with ISO BS EN 9001 (QMAS)
  • Safe edge (big radius makes it comfortable to handle)
  • Serial number (ensures full traceability)


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DIAMOND SIEVES


Diamond sieves are high precision measuring instruments specially manufactured to meet the strict requirements of the diamond industry. They are produced from stainless steel and offer a rapid and extremely accurate method of sizing. Both fixed plate and interchangeable plate sieves are available in 19 different aperture sizes. Fixed plate sieves are available in stainless steel bodies of 200 mm or 8 inch diameter in full or half height. These can be nested for ease of use. Interchangeable plate sieves are supplied as sets complete with body and receiver in 200 mm diameter half height.


ADVANTAGES

  • Precision frame (ensures consistent nestability)
  • Precise aperture (in accordance with ISO 5223)
  • Natural fillet (free flowing of sample)
  • Evenly tensioned mesh (ensures accurate analysis)
  • Totally sealed (no crevice to lose material)
  • Manufactured in accordance with ISO BS EN 9001 (QMAS)
  • Safe edge (big radius makes it comfortable to handle)
  • Serial number (ensures full traceability)


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CALIBRATION SAMPLES


Endecotts calibration samples are microspheres formed of soda-lime glass that range from 3.35 mm down to 20 microns. Because of the precise nature and extent of the range of spheres, samples can be supplied to enable the accurate calibration of individual sieves to an accuracy of approx +/- 1┬Ám.The microspheres pass over, almost, the total surface of the sieve enabling more apertures to be examined than with any other method. Consequently, calibration samples are one of the most accurate methods of sieve calibration available.


FUNCTION

How to accurately calibrate test sieves in a matter of minutes:

    1. Select the calibration sample size that matches the aperture size of the sieve.
    2. Place the sample on the sieve under test and shake for 2 minutes.
    3. Weigh the passing sample and calculate the percentage.
    4. Read the percentage passing along the graph.
    5. The mean average aperture size in microns can now be read off against the graph which is supplied with your sample.