System Uses Ultrasonic Action to Increase Screening Efficiency

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W.S. Tyler's Haver Ultrasonic Screening System Is adaptable to pre-tensioned frames, providing increased throughput and sieving efficency.

W.S. Tyler now offers the Haver Ultrasonic Screening System that uses sound waves to significantly increase the throughput and screening efficiency of fine dry particles.

This unique ultrasonic screening process uses a generator (included) to convert electrical energy into high frequency pulses, which is then converted to sound waves. The oscillations reduce frictional resistance between material and screening media, thus creating a reduction in blinding and increased throughput and efficiencies.

Other benefits of the Haver Ultrasonic Screening System include greater screen media service life, significant reduction in “caking” of temperature sensitive powders, and longer operational time between cleanings.

W.S. Tyler is a leading manufacturer of test sieves. They also produce a variety of related products including sieve shakers and particle size and particle shape analyzers. Additionally, they produce architectural screen and fabric and decorative wire.

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