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AZO Screeners

AZO Screeners

AZO screeners prevent foreign material in bulk solids and liquids from entering the production line process, which is critical to product quality in the food, pharmaceutical, chemical and plastic industries.

The advantages all AZO screening systems provide:

  • Classification screening (Separating into two particle size groups based on specified screen size)
  • Safety screening
  • Fractioning
  • Separation of foreign particles
  • Deagglomeration (breaking up clusters)
  • Aeration of products

AZO ingredient screener systems safeguard your final product. Top-notch production requires high-quality raw materials without impurities.

The Original AZO Cyclone Screener

The AZO Cyclone Screener: The Original

We officially launched “Triumph” (the first prototype of today’s cyclone screener) in 1952, but our newest line of cyclone screeners are still considered to be the best in the industry. Our incorporation of centrifugal force has been the key ingredient to screening materials effectively since the early days.

While this innovation changed everything, our competitive advantage doesn’t stop at simply being the world’s first supplier of the cyclone screener. We also manufacture the most robust and heavy-duty screeners on the market today. We honor “Triumph” with rugged models like our E, DA and TW Cyclone Screeners – the competition has only mimicked “Triumph” since its inception, and their reliability pales in comparison to long-standing AZO standards.

How Screeners Work

How Our Screeners Work

The material enters the cyclone screener from an upstream feeding device. The feeding screw transfers the product into the screening chamber where centrifugal force is used to pass the product through the screen fabric. The screen-sized particles drop through, while oversized particles such as contaminants and agglomerates are discharged continuously into an oversized product container. The baffle at the end of the screening chamber prevents in-spec material from entering the oversized product container. The screen material, which is mounted on rings, vibrates freely and therefore cleans itself automatically.

AZO Cyclone Screener Model E

For classification and safety screening of solid powders

  • Standard E models / Feed device required
  • B1 (direct drive) and C1 (belt-driven)
  • Specific advantages: Least expensive, easy inspection door allows for a quick inspection
Cyclone E

AZO Cyclone Screener Model DA

For classification and safety screening of solid powders

  • Built-in dosing screw to regulate feed
  • B1 (direct drive)
  • Specific advantages: “Low-profile” screener (perfect for buildings with height restrictions), extractable rotors and screws, rails require little effort to inspect the screw, extractable and easy to take apart/clean/change screens, pin provides alignment for replacing the shafts of the dosing screw and rotor.
Cyclone DA

AZO Cyclone Screener type FLF

For separating solids from liquids

The FLF screener is ideal for screening cheese fines from whey, fruit remains from fruit juice, and butter from buttermilk, for example. The FLF can also safety screen in the production of latex and varnish and wherever agglomerates may develop when stirring powder into liquids.

Specific advantages:

  • All product contacting parts are made of stainless steel
  • Little maintenance is required
  • Easy-to-clean design; simple dismantling due to quick-release clamps
  • Favorable price
  • High throughput capacities, even with fine mesh sizes
Cyclone FLF
Cyclone E

Cyclone Screener Model E

Cyclone DA

Cyclone Screener Model DA

Cyclone FLF

Cyclone Screener type FLF

TW650 Pneumatic Conveying Screener

The TW650 is suited for safety screening in pneumatic conveying systems and predominantly used in pressure applications for filling a silo. It links between the truck and the silo. Product is pneumatically conveyed through the removable screen by a pressure blower. Any contaminants larger than the screen mesh are trapped on top of the screen and removed upon regular inspection. The screener is equipped with a vibration motor to help produce a continuous flow through the screen. The optional inline magnet captures foreign ferrous metal to prevent it from entering your process.

Specific advantages:

  • Allows a wide space in the convey line to catch oversized items
  • Sturdy stainless steel construction
  • No mechanical parts moving in the product zone
  • Easy inspection and cleaning thanks to quick-release eye bolts – no tools required
  • Quick couplings and clamping devices make for easy integration into the conveying system
  • Optional wheels castors for mobile positioning with multiple fill lines.

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