Gradex 2000 uses round test sieves; this configuration allows for either all half-height sizes or all full-size sieves depending on the number of sieves needed for analysis.
The auto feed option can accommodate multiple samples without user interaction.
A Mettler Toledo balance automates and standardizes material weighing, combining typical stroke and frequency with automated brushing.
All analysis is transferred to a computer and the operator can customize reports for result analysis.
Using standard sieve-analysis motion, the sample is analyzed for a preset amount of time. Once the time has elapsed, the sieve brushing and weighing begins. Each individual sieve is automatically brushed to ensure consistent pressure and technique with each analysis. The weight of that fraction is measured on a Mettler Toledo scale and recorded onto a computer. This process is repeated for each sieve within the stack until a final sample particle size distribution (PSD) is known. The PSD is then compared against product specifications to determine the quality performance of each sample.
Automated brushing and weighing results in a consistent standardized method that won’t differ or shift with personnel changes.
More frequent and automated tests result in faster recognition of off-spec production.
Automatically transfer analysis results to a computer with customizable report formats.
Control chip quality with the Gradex Chip Classifier, which generates automated test reports with trouble-free operation in mills and yards around the world.
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