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Posted in: , on 9. Feb. 2008 - 10:36

Hi everybody, i´m new in this field. I have to do a feeder-classifier for mussels and cockles to classificate 3 sizes.

I want to know how to positioning the drive/s (electromechanical rotary motor, unbalanced) and how many power i need. Desk weight about 500 Kg, dimensions 2500x1000mm


Re: Classifier&Feeder

Posted on 10. Feb. 2008 - 09:34

Any screen maker will be able to sort you out if you let him know the sizes & throughputs. I never realised the cockles I bought were so dizzy.

John Gateley

Need To Know Sizes

Posted on 13. Feb. 2008 - 05:02

So the mfr can know what meshes to install on one two or three decks........and whether round, square, diamond-shape holes, long slots, stainless steel or rubber decks.

But, all of that is pretty basic stuff.

Hmmmmm....getting hungry now.....:>)

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Re: Classifier&Feeder

Posted on 22. Feb. 2008 - 03:06

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