Centrifugal sifter T1000

Centrifugal sitfer in-line T1000
Centrifugal sifter in-line T1000


The centrifugal sifter T1000 designed by Shick Esteve, is made to separate out foreign bodies from powders and granules delivered in sacks or in bulk, e.g. sack fibres, paper residues and lumps.

The sifter can also:

  • Make powder material fluid;
  • Break up lumps;
  • Sort material by grain size.

The atmospheric version is used upstream or downstream form the storage or discharge bins.
The pressurised version is used in line inside closed pneumatic systems.


  • Fine sifting down to 600 microns;
  • Safety and consistency of raw materials, HACCP compliance;
  • Machine protection;
  • Quick sifter inspection and switchover with sifter mounted on guide rails and quick opening access hatch;
  • Vibration free: avoids risk of mixture separation;
  • Easy to incorporate into existing installations, in-line installation directly in the pneumatic flowstream;
  • Silent and compact.

The entire sifter and rotor can be removed in record time without special tools through the inspection hatch, which is fitted with quick-closing devices.
Pneumatic jet vent manifold for sticky products.

Operating principle:

The product is pushed through the sifter mesh by the feed screw where it is rotated with rotary blades. The fines pass through the sifter while waste material is ejected into a waste outlet. The sifter screen vibrates slightly and cleans itself automatically.

Dimensions and throughput:

Flowrate: 7,5 to 35 t/h depending on mesh size.
Mesh size: 600 microns to 4 mm.
(for lower flowrates and mesh sizes see the T600).

Construction: stainless steel, body in Epoxy coated steel or stainless.

Screen: polyamid or anti-static carbon cloth, perforated grille or steel mesh.