Serving the Tea Industry since 1968 !

'Myddleton Stalk Extractor' is a primary machine to begin sorting of Orthodox tea. Before grading the tea stalk fibers are separated. 'Myddleton' is the only equipment which can separate stalks from bulk orthodox tea.

MECHANISM:
Design is simple in mechanism. Twin frames made of seasoned wood or Steel fabricated tray as confirmed consisting of aluminum dimpled - perforated sieves; each provided with lining at the bottom which collects and delivers the tea through ducts at the sides of the machine.
The oscillating motion imparted to these sieve-frames cause the fine teas to pass through the sieves of two different sizes of perforation while stalks, fibers & tea lumps continuously float on the surface and are discharged at the discharge end of the machine. It is essential to maintain a running layer of the bulk of 1" to 1.5" thick from beginning to the end.  As such, the operator needs to feed 1500 Kg. to 2000 Kg. per hour to get optimum result.

MAINTENANCE:
This machine requires almost no maintenance. Only periodical charging of Grease in the Big-end-housings and plumber blocks are needed.

SIEVES:
Design is simple in mechanism. Twin frames made of seasoned wood consisting of aluminum dimpled - perforated sieves; each provided with lining at the bottom which collects and delivers the tea through ducts both sides of the machine.

ADJUSTMENTS:
There are 2 main adjustments one need to make. First, at discharge point of feed hopper to control drop on sieves and second the slope of the sieves.

Technical Data

  Perforation   Dimpled
1. 3/16" X
1/8"
2.
7/32" X
1/8"
3.
17/64" X
1/8"
4.
3/16" X
1/4"
5.
7/32" X
1/4"
6.
17/64" X
1/4"
7.
3/8" X
1/4"
8.
1/2" X
1/4"

 

Choice for any two can be made as required. It is advised to keep a pair of Spare tray with different perforation combination.

Technical Specification

Power

1 HP/ 0.75 KW

R.P.M.

205/210 RPM

Net Wt.

525 Kgs.

Gross Wt.

712 Kgs.