Gravity Separation in the Conditioning Process
How Gravity Separation Tables Work
The gravity separation table, or air table, is commonly used to separate particles by weight and density. A separation table can be used for any dry material as it moves on a “fluidized” bed of air across the table. The separator creates eccentric motion and has an adjustable uphill tilt which separates heavier particles from lighter particles. As a result, light and heavy contaminants can be removed from your product.
We currently have done two recent upgrades in this machines technology. One when it comes to the automation of its design, (you can now adjust the machine settings with just the touch of a finger) and the other is the invention of the end raise worm jack. It allows for you to easily adjust the end raise for an even more efficient end product.
Curious about the details that add up to make Oliver Gravity Separators so great? Or want to know more about what type, size, and technological advances are right for your industry? We can help with both! Watch the video above to understand how gravity separation works, and the benefits of complete automation. Then get in touch with us to see how this machine can save you so much time and money!