The material is introduced through a star valve in the upper section of the separator via a feeder.
After passing through the valve, the product goes into the selection chamber where it is thoroughly classified by the horizontal selection drum.
The coarse particles are thrown against the walls of the separator and slide downwards.
The action of the ventilator’s double air jet sends the mixture of fine and coarse powder back to the rotor for classification.
The coarse particles which have reached the bottom of the separator are discharged via a star valve, while the fine particles are sucked into an outlet tube for end product, passing through the selection drum.
The tail gas is discharged into the atmosphere by a ventilator.