The Kason Centrifugal Sifter is designed to operate only as a closed system, with products fed into the machine thorough an inlet pipe attached to the inlet of the Centri-Sifter, and is sold based on the representation that you will attach your own inlet pipe to the Centri-Sifter inlet. The attachment of the inlet pipe to the inlet is designed to serve as a guard against possible bodily injury.
THE FAILURE TO ATTACH YOUR INLET PIPE TO THE KASON CENTRIFUGAL SIFTER INLET, AND TO OPERATE THE MACHINE IN SUCH A MANNER, CAN CREATE A DANGEROUS SITUATION AND RESULT IN POSSIBLE BODILY INJURY FROM CONTACT WITH MOVING MACHINE PARTS LOCATED INSIDE THE CENTRIFUGAL SIFTER INLET.
use this equipment must read and understand the Instruction Manual before operation or performing maintenance. Should you have any questions, comments, or suggestions concerning this manual, please contact us.
To aid in the creation of a safe working environment, each Centrifugal Sifter is labeled as shown below. Should these safety labels become defaced or destroyed, please contact Kason Corporation for free replacements.
As a further safety precaution, each Centrifugal Sifter features a safety switch which, when properly connected, will cut power to the motor if either the Inspection Door or the Overs End Cover are opened. Wiring instructions are shown below. Note that the power supply to the machine must be locked out in accordance with OSHA standards before performing adjustments or maintenance.