Gericke is proud of its centrifugal sifters

13 December 20192 min reading

For more than 70 years Gericke has been producing and selling a complete range of flour sifting machines for mills and industrial bakeries worldwide. The purpose of these centrifugal sifters is to remove foreign bodies from the various flour qualities. This allows the flour quality to be kept constant and clean. The success of these centrifugal screening machines in milling is mainly based on 3 points:

1. Very high screening capacity with mesh sizes between 400 and 800 µm and flow rates between 1 T/h and 100 T/h. 2. Compact devices in terms of throughput and simple design. This facilitates operation and maintenance. 3. An extremely robust construction ensures the longevity of the machines. There are Gericke sifters being in operation for more than 40 years. This is sustainability.

These centrifugal screening machines have been further developed over the years to simplify cleaning and to meet new technical and regulatory requirements: Atex, CE/1935/2004 certification, easy screen change and disassembly for cleaning.

Gericke manufactures complete dosing, conveying and mixing systems for powders and bulk material. “In our pilot stations, all our equipment can be tested on an industrial scale,” the company said. The Swiss Gericke Group has been designing and manufacturing equipment and systems for modern bulk material handling and processes, as well as providing design and consultation services for 125 years. Founded by Walther Hermann Gericke in the year 1894 in the heart of Zurich, the company Gericke evolved into a globally positioned and successful provider full of solutions in the bulk goods industry.

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