GREENID’s high efficiency air classifiers are designed in such a way that the material to be classified arrives at the distribution plate by two diametrically arranged feeding chutes. Due to the high speed of rotation, the material is then pushed to the side walls. In this process, any possible agglomerates disintegrate before the dissolved material falls into the classifying area below. In falling, the material is caught by a horizontal airflow which carries the smaller particles through the rotor blades into the rotating cage. From there, they are either carried to cyclones or are classified as fine material through a filter system. During this classifying process, heavy particles are not caught by the air flow but fall into the coarse material cone.
Based on the most recent findings and requirements of the manufacturing industry our engineers and technicians launched the High Efficiency Cross Flow Classifier of the 3rd generation with most distinctive qualities.
Symmetric geometry of fineness regulation blades, screwed together
Special cage sealing without sealing air
Separate angle adjustment of air guide vane
Step less adjustment of air flow
Step less adjustment of cage speed
Cooling by re circulated air or partial air flow mode