During food processing, the product is often transferred and cleaned using water. It is common to see a Hydrosieve in the initial cleaning or water extraction phase of the process.
Anderson Process helped design and build these all-stainless-steel units to help process peas. The wedge wire screen is 60″ wide, with .125″-wide slot openings. The product falls over the top of the screen while water falls through the screen into a tank.
A Cornell product pump sends product into and out of the Hydrosieve, while a Cornell clear liquid centrifugal pump sends the water to further processing. There is a 6″ flanged inlet into the Hydrosieve and an 8″ flanged discharge out of the bottom.
You can see some of our units in action here: