sieve


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a strainer for separating lumps from powdered material or grading particles

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examine in order to test suitability

check and sort carefully

separate by passing through a sieve or other straining device to separate out coarser elements

distinguish and separate out

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The sieve decks were lowered in height and the underpans were enlarged so the units would fit neatly into the existing process without disrupting Zeelandia's production lines.
The new Vibrastop[TM] provides rapid startup and shut down, eliminating excessive sieve movement.
com/research/whspvh/global_and) has announced the addition of the "Concise Analysis of the International and Chinese Zeolite Molecular Sieve Industry Report" report to their offering.
Cleveland Vibrator Company is now offering the Model FHK Dual Drive Laboratory Sieve Shaker (DDLS) to complement its growing line of fine mesh vibratory sieves.
The BRC 100 achieves ribbon granulation with the Bohle Turbo Sieve (BTS 200).
If the JCAD is still not working after another 20 minutes, then put in a new sieve pack.
Each question represents another layer of the sieve.
The grain fineness of molding sand is measured using a test called sieve analysis, which is performed as follows:
The wise man prepared a dirty sieve and told her to run water through it.
The ASCS Optical Sieve Calibrator automates the process using machine vision measurement and statistical analysis, bringing the direct benefits of time and cost savings and confidence in data accuracy.
It is a high capacity machine made in two, four, six or eight sections with sieve heights from 17 to 30 sieves, and provides highly accurate separations.
We have developed such an automatic model builder within the SIEVE framework for GIS.
Abstract For any fixed positive integer k [greater than or equal to] 2, the power k sieve is defined as following: Starting to count on the natural numbers set at any step from 1: - delete every [2.