Rotary sieve shaker HAVER UWL 400
3Dsample preparationbenchtop

rotary sieve shaker
rotary sieve shaker
rotary sieve shaker
rotary sieve shaker
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Motion type
rotary, 3D
sample preparation

1,500 rpm (9,424.8 rad.min-1)


HAVER UWL 400 for dry and wet sieving The HAVER UWL 400 for test sieves with frames made from stainless steel or beechwood is designed for dry or wet sieving with coarse sample material. This most powerful test sieve shaker of HAVER & BOECKER is driven by two rotary current unbalanced motors to produce a three-dimensional sieving action. For analysis in big dimensions The 3D sieving action saves time and manual re-sieving. Optimal sieving results with great sample quantities due to a robust eccentric drive. Test sieves can be changed easily by using the quick-release clamping system TwinNut. Technical data Sieve diameters 200 mm*, 203 mm (8")*, 300 mm, 305 mm (12"), 315 mm, 350 mm*, 400 mm, 450 mm*, 300x300 mm, 500x500 mm Sample weight approx. 20 kg Weight of sieve set max. 50 kg Operating voltage 230 Volt, 50-60 Hertz Amplitude 2.5 mm Timer 0-599 min. Revolutions 1500 R/min. Sound emission ≤ 70 dBA Weight approx. 190 kg (without test sieves) Dimensions 600 x 600 x 1260 mm (D x W x H) HAVER UWL 400 - application examples Industrial rocks and minerals Salt Glass Cermic Granulate Soil testing Cement Road building Suitable test sieves for your application It depends on your application which test sieves should be used for sieve analysis by using the HAVER UWL 400. Up to 12 test sieves and one sieve pan with a diameter of 400 mm can be set with our clamping system. The HAVER UWL 400 H for test sieves with frames made from beechwood are designed with a special appliance and clamping system.



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