Markets Served

One Company. Many Industries. Worldwide.

Our products today are relied on globally and applied across a broad range of industries—some of those markets are:

Abrasives

Aggregates

Agricultural

Animal Feed

Ceramics

Chemicals

  • Carbon
  • Enzymes
  • Epoxy
  • Graphite

Cleaning

Cosmetics

Education

Fertilizers

Foods

  • Coffee
  • Grains (rice, flour)
  • Instant Drinks (compounds)
  • Powdered Mixes
  • Salt
  • Seasonings
  • Sugars
  • Tea
  • Wheat Germ

Forestry Products

  • Cork
  • Paper
  • Particle Board
  • Pulp

Foundry & Refractory Materials

Geological

Glass

Grain & Seed

Laboratories

Life Sciences

Materials for Synthesis

Mining

Mineral Products

  • Abrasives
  • Aggregates
  • Asbestos
  • Cement
  • Coke and Coal Dust
  • Portland Cement
  • Sand

Molding Compounds

Paints

Pet Foods

Petro-Chemical

  • Bio-Fuel Labs
  • Ethanol Labs

Pharmaceuticals

Plastics

Polishing Compounds

Powders

Powdered Metals

  • Aluminum
  • Brass
  • Bronze
  • Cadmium
  • Carbides
  • Cobalt
  • Germanium
  • Gold and Alloys
  • Iron
  • Magnesium and Alloys
  • Mercuric Oxide
  • Palladium Oxide
  • Platinum

Powdered Metals (cont.)

  • Rare Earths
  • Rhenium
  • Selenium and Alloys
  • Silicon
  • Stainless Steel
  • Sulfur
  • Tantalum and Alloys
  • Tin and Alloys
  • Tungsten and Alloys
  • Zinc

Precious Metals & Stones

  • Industrial Diamonds

Research & Engineering

Rubbers

Sand & Gravel

Soaps

  • Powdered Detergents

Soils

Solder

Testing & Engineering

Universities & Colleges

Frequently Asked Questions

What are your products used for?

  • Sieving is the simplest, quickest and most economical means of particle size distribution analysis. Whether in food, pharma, foundry or cement and aggregate, your raw material particle size is critical to the quality and performance of your finished product.

What is CENTERLINE® sieve certification?

  • By utilizing a sophisticated image analyzer traceable to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), your sieve is scanned for irregularities. Physical measurements are taken in a midpoint orientation of the wire in the X and y directions (warp and weft), and the wire diameters are measured to ensure compliance with the ASTM E11 specification.

Which sieve shaker is best for my needs?

Advantech Mfg. has three sieve shakers to offer; each with very different action on the particle.

  • If gentle, efficient, small sample size sifting is what you need, the Advantech Mfg. L3P Sonic Sifter is a perfect fit. Our L3P utilizes 3” diameter sieves in mesh sizes 5.6mm down to 3um. The oscillating sonic wave provides shorter test times with little particle attrition. The optional vertical and horizontal tapping* helps to redistribute particles on the sieve surface and break up agglomerates.
  • The Advantech Mfg. DuraTap™ is a rugged, oscillating and tapping shaker suitable for 8” (or 200mm) and 12” (or 300mm) diameter testing sieves. Our DuraTap™ is an excellent solution for larger sample sizes where more vigorous shaking and vertical tapping is required for your sample.
  • Does your testing procedure call for vibratory sifting? Then our Meinzer II is the answer. The Meinzer II is a small, portable, tabletop sifter which accommodates 8” or 200mm testing sieves. This model is especially effective with larger particle sizes.

*Horizontal tapping is produced by our L3-N8 Horizontal Pulse Accessory unit, which is a separate optional purchase.

How do I "read" your part number?

Where do I find a product manual or get help?

  • For help, you can always call us at 262-786-1600 or download the manual from our resources page.

Where can I find the ASTM E11 Standards?