The Rotary Sieve has a tapered, plastic body which fits firmly on any
round container. Handle extension allows it to rest on extra large containers.
Push-in screens with moulded rubber rims are interchangeable. Stainless steel
screens available in the following meshes:80#,
Either wet or dry materials can be sieved quickly. For example, dry ash can
be put through a screen as fine as 100 mesh.
The brush-cluster is rotated against the screen by turning the handle and the
pressure required is regulated simply by pressing on the handle as it is
Brushes are held in a moulded plastic centre-piece sufficiently tightly to
ensure that they maintain contact with the screen even if this distorts with
Brushes have nylon bristles set in a plastic back; they won't absorb colour
and are easily washed. They are long-lasting, yet easily replaced.
After use, the screen can be removed and the brush-cluster pushed through the
bottom of the sieve for easy washing.
The handle is easily removed for easier transport, or if several brush-heads
are needed for different purposes - eg, for wet or dry uses.
The handle runs in a graphite-impregnated nylon bearing well clear of the
abrasive materials being use
Bowl - white polyethylene plastic
Brushes - red plastic with nylon
Crank handle - black powder coated steel with wooden knob
Screens - rubber lip with stainless steel mesh
Diameter across top - 41 cm (16 1/4")
Diameter across bottom - 22 cm (8
Depth - 15 cm (6")