How it works
Our Maxi Cap Gravity Separators use a combination of air, eccentric motion, deck tilt, end raise, and feed rate to separate a variety of materials by particle density. Once the Maxi-Cap Gravity is turned on, all adjustment setting should be set for the specific product to allow a proper separation. On the Maxi Cap Gravity Separator, (models 3600 & 4800), lighter particles are moved upward through the fluidized bed, and heavier particles sink downward. This air essentially makes the particles weigh themselves. The deck itself is tilted uphill and quickly shifting in a perpendicular eccentric motion. This allows the lighter particles to flow over the top of the heavier particles to the bottom of the deck while heavier particles are driven up and over the top. This process allows our gravity separators to separate both light and heavy contaminants from a product simultaneously.
At Oliver Manufacturing, we have a history of innovation that dates back nearly a decade. This has given us the experience and expertise necessary to create gravity separators that are recognized as the industry’s gold standard and have become intimidated – but never matched – by others. We are also industry leaders in customer satisfaction and longevity. For unexcelled cost efficiency on the highest volume separation, choose Oliver Manufacturing.