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Single Deck Vibratory Separator

Single Deck Vibratory Separator
Single Deck Vibratory Separator

SKU: SD1001-37
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The Mater Single Deck Separator, offered by Seedburo, is used in labs all over the world for handling small quantities of seed, which is not possible with specific gravity or other types of separators. Shipped with five (5) different deck surfaces, it is possible to separate even the most difficult seed pairs. Once the proper texture, slope and angle of deck are selected, the easy to read inclinometers clearly display the angles to assure repetitive separations. Vibration amplitudes can be set on the dual vibratory feeder control.

The Vibratory Separator is used for separating dodder from carrots, crimson clover, red clover and similar seeds. Also used for separating curly dock from blue grass and crimson clover, morning glory from soybean, pigweed from alfalfa and alyssum, sweet vernal grass from ryegrass, milled Bermuda grass from white clover and similar mixtures.

Standard equipment includes fully adjustable funnel style bulk feed hopper, which holds 500cc. Three 600cc stainless steel beakers for collecting the separated fractions, two Syntron brand vibratory feeders, which actuate the bulk feeder and seed deck. Five (5) decks with aluminum frame and deck plate as follows: canvas, micro cloth, 36 grit garnet, 50 grit AIOx and 80 grit AIOx. Dual digital counters to indicate the vibratory feeder control settings and polyurethane coated furniture grade plywood base with rubber vibration damping pad.

Additional decks of various textures available contact us for specific types and textures.

Net Wt. 60 lbs, Ship Wt. 128 lbs. Actual dims 33" L x 16" W x 19" H, Ship Dims. 48" L x 19" W x 23" H.

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