Apr 23, 2020 · Sieve analysis is a technique used for determining the size of particles in essential distributions such as the number of different size particles are responsible for the surface reaction, solubility, and flowability. For dry nonagglomerated particles sieve analysis remains a costeffective and precise measuring instrument. Separating particles by size is called sieving.
The sieve stack is suspended from a single point at the top while the base is moved in an orbital motion. A bumping action is sometimes introduced as the sieve stack oscillates. These units work well with most materials ranging in size from () to (75μm) and come with a manual or digital timer.