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Elma SRH 4/200 sieve rotation holder - Clean four sieves simultaneously. Designed to make sieve cleaning easy!
Elma SRH 4/200 Rotates Sieves During Ultrasonic Cleaning
A Better Way to Clean Sieves
- Rapid thorough cleaning
- Fits 200 mm diameter sieves
- Simple to operate
- Clean four sieves simultaneously
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Ultrasonic cleaning is the most effective way to remove contaminants from the small crevices in analytical sieves. However, the standard 200 mm diameter sieves are too large for most ultrasonic baths. Even when they do fit, the cleaning process is not equally effective on every part of the sieve. Now there’s a unique and simple solution, the Elma SRH 4/200 sieve rotation holder.
TS-540 Ultrasonic Test Sieve Cleaner
- Cleans one sieve at a time
- Accepts standard 8-inch, 200mm diameter sieves
- Includes Stainless steel tank and cover
- Capacity 6 litres, 1.5 gallons
- Sieve holder included
- Features Built-in timer
- 100-120V model (220-230V also available)
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Ultrasonic Sieve Cleaner, with Rotation Holder
- Holds and rotates 4 sieves at one time
- Accomodates 8-inch or 200mm diameter sieves
- Stainless steel tank with drain and cover
- Capacity 28 litres, 7.5 gallons
- Built-in timer and heater
- 100-120V model (220-230V also available)
Fast and thorough
The combination of an Elma ultrasonic bath with the SRH 4/200 rotation holder results in a thorough intensive cleaning of analytical sieves. Cleaning is both faster and more thorough than without rotation. Save time and money.
Holds four sieves
Up to four 200 mm diameter sieves can be cleaned simultaneously. The SRH 4/200 accepts sieves from any manufacturer. The sieve rotation holder fits in Elmasonic S 300/H and S 450/H ultrasonic cleaners. The Elmasonic S 900/H tank can fit two rotational holders, cleaning eight sieves per load.
The sieve rotation holder is simple to operate. No installation is required. Just place the sieve rotation holder into the ultrasonic bath and go. The SRH 4/200 is made from hygienic and easy to clean stainless steel.
The sieves rest in a tilted position enabling thorough and even cleaning. Dirt and contaminants collect on the bottom of the tank, not in other sieves.
Ultrasonic cleaning is tough on dirt, but gentle on sieves. There is no damage to the sieves; web tension and mesh size are not affected.
For all laboratories fractionating fine particles with 200 mm diameter sieves, the Elma SRH 4/200 is indispensable. The Elma sieve cleaners are perfect for paint, powder, soil, food analysis, rocks, aggregates, sand, grain, or any particle size. Sieves can be ASTM standard made from brass, steel, ceramic and can be of any mesh size.
Made by Elma Germany
The name Elma has represented quality and know-how in ultrasonic cleaner technology for 50 years. Elma ultrasonic cleaner units are designed and manufactured in Germany to the highest standards of excellence. The Elma product range for ultrasonic cleaning is the largest worldwide, for both standard and special cleaning lines. Long term experience, innovative development, and a drive for perfection are reflected in every Elma product.
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