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Westeria Airtrack 1 Tracked Windsifter Year 2015

£ 47,950.00

Used Westeria Air Track 1 Windsifter

Year 2015

John Deere Powerunit

These rugged, energy-efficient machines separate heavy and light materials using a three-part process:

1. Acceleration Belt – input material enters the machine on a conveyor belt where it is spread out into a single layer. When inside the machine the conveyor belt accelerates the material to the discharge edge.

2. Air Jet – An air jet with an adjustable nozzle, located below and slightly behind the discharge belt produces an air stream that takes light materials upwards and forwards from the discharge edge to a rotational drum. The rotating drum carries the light material over the top and in to a holding chamber or are extracted via conveyor

3. Heavies Discharge Conveyor – Any heavy materials, too dense for the air stream to carry to the rotating separation drum simply fall straight down from the discharge edge and are extracted from the windsifter via a discharge conveyor

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Used Westeria Air Track 1 Windsifter

Year 2015

John Deere Powerunit

These rugged, energy-efficient machines separate heavy and light materials using a three-part process:

1. Acceleration Belt – input material enters the machine on a conveyor belt where it is spread out into a single layer. When inside the machine the conveyor belt accelerates the material to the discharge edge.

2. Air Jet – An air jet with an adjustable nozzle, located below and slightly behind the discharge belt produces an air stream that takes light materials upwards and forwards from the discharge edge to a rotational drum. The rotating drum carries the light material over the top and in to a holding chamber or are extracted via conveyor

3. Heavies Discharge Conveyor – Any heavy materials, too dense for the air stream to carry to the rotating separation drum simply fall straight down from the discharge edge and are extracted from the windsifter via a discharge conveyor