U1-ERL-10-4 Laboratory Dressing Separator

U1-ERL-10-4 Laboratory Dressing Separator
U1-ERL-10-4 Laboratory Dressing Separator
112 007
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U1-ERL-10−4 dressing separator is used at test laboratories of centers for grain quality assessment, centers for hygiene and epidemiology, at grain-reception and grain-processing enterprises.
Provides the analysis accuracy meeting the requirements of GOST 13 586.4: Grain. Methods for determination of infectiousness and damages by parasites, GOST 30 483: Grain. Methods for determination of total and fractional contents of weed and grain admixtures; contents of fine grain and coarseness…, the standards ICC No. 102/1: Determination of admixtures in wheat and 103/1: Determination of admixtures in rye
Optional equipment:
The dressing separator is designed to sieve out combined, daily average, and average grain samples in order to determine the amount of insects in the explicit form, mites, fine and frail grain, fine weeds and large admixtures.
— removable sieves for various crops;
— a triangle tray for convenience of collecting fractions from sieves and tray, to pour into cups and weighing bottles;
— a laboratory pneumoseparator to determine flower films in the sample; and
— SL laboratory mixers for 4, 6, and 10 liters for mixing samples and extraction of charges.

  • Provides a flow dressing of samples at the capacity of 1 kg per 2 minutes
  • Loss of fine fractions and admixtures of grain possible is eliminated while sub-samples are extracted at the splitters
  • Contains three sieves and a tray
  • Equipped with inertial sieve cleaners
  • Sieves are easy to dismantle and extract tailings and passing fractions
  • In the grain cleaned in the dressing separator, the grain quality and safety indicators are determined at a more trustworthy level, which allows for harmonisation between the domestic and foreign standards
  • As compared to American dockage testers and European MLM grain-cleaning machines, the machine not only separates grain into fractions but also allows determining infectiousness of grain with insects in the explicit form, and also allows detecting even a single live weevil in the grain sample. Insects do not escape out of the closed space of the sieve package and are dressed out onto the tray and the bottom sieve. The mites found in the sample are dressed out onto the tray alive.

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