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New 3D Sieve Shaker OCTAGON 200CL

Published: Tuesday, July 01, 2014
Last Updated: Tuesday, July 01, 2014
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Endecotts’ new Octagon 200CL competes with the most advanced sieve shakers in the world. Several unique features have been developed specifically for this machine, including the ‘Closed Loop’ amplitude control for ultimate reproducibility.

The sieve shaker is powered by an electromagnetic drive which has no rotating parts making it maintenance-free and extremely quiet in operation. The vibratory, three-dimensional motion produced by the power unit moves the sample over the sieve in a unique way resulting in faster, more efficient sieving, while the rapid vertical movements help to keep the apertures from blinding.

The Octagon 200CL is designed to work with Endecotts’ SieveWare, the new software for easy evaluation and documentation of the sieving process.

The new Octagon 200CL will be available as of July 2014. 


'Closed Loop' total amplitude control ensures reproducible sieving
Digital controls for easy and reliable operation
Easy-to-use sieve clamping system
Accepts up to 8 full height 200 mm (8”) diameter sieves
Suitable for dry and wet sieving
3D sieving motion allows for high separation efficiency and non blinding sieving action
Full compatibility with new SieveWare evaluation and control software via RS232 Port (printed or digital protocols)

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