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8/13/2014

Centrifugal Screener

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AZO’s screeners are casted, fitted, and assembled by German craftsman, creating a tough, rugged machine built to last.

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AZO’s screeners are casted, fitted, and assembled by German craftsman, creating a tough, rugged machine built to last. The screeners have clean, smooth welds and many finish options available.  When in use, operators have the ability to inspect and clean the screener with no tools, and can easily change screening material as needed. The simple, robust design for separating foreign particles is designed to last 20 years in production. In the powder coating industry, AZO’s centrifugal screeners are prevalent in bulk screening for powder paint manufacturers and in powder recovery for paint booths.

AZO Inc., call 901-531-6061or visit azo.com.

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