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Gilson GAA-71, 3in Diameter 70 micrometer Acrylic Frame Precision Electroformed Test Sieve

Sieve Frame Diameter:
3in
ASTM E161 Opening:
70 micrometer
Material:
Acrylic Frame/Electroformed Nickel Mesh
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Mesh Size Range:
Fine
SKU:
V015.GAA-71
Condition:
New

Price $684.98
Est Delivery in 4-7 days after ordering

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ASTM E161 Acrylic Frame Precision Electroformed Sieves

3in (76mm) diameter ASTM E161 precision electroformed nickel mesh test sieve has 70µm opening size and acrylic frame.

Features:

  • Designed for use with Gilson GA-6 AutoSiever™ and other sonic sievers
  • Greater accuracy of ±2µm for precision particle sizing operations
  • 1.4in (36.8mm) stacking height
  • Compliant with ASTM E161 and ISO 3310-3 requirements

Included Items:

  • 3in acrylic frame sieve with precision electroformed mesh
  • NIST traceable documentation of opening sizes

Sieve Specifications

  • Sieve Frame Diameter: 3in (76mm)
  • Material: Acrylic Frame / Electroformed Nickel Mesh
  • ASTM E161 Opening Size: 70µm
  • Estimated Shipping Weight: 1.0lb (0.45kg)

ASTM E161 Acrylic Frame Precision Electroformed Mesh Sieves offer greater accuracy for precision-particle sizing of small fine powder specimens. Electroformed Nickel Mesh openings are available from 150µm to 5µm, with tolerances to ±2µm. Precision Electroformed Sieves have a greater frame height, limiting the number that can be used in a stack.

3in Acrylic Frame Sieves are required for the Gilsonic AutoSiever, and are a recommended alternative to metal-frame sieves for the Gilson Performer III Sieve Shaker, where the reduced height of the acrylic frame sallows up to 14 sieves in a stack.

All meet ASTM E161 and ISO 565 requirements. Precision Electroformed Mesh Sieves feature tolerances to ±2µm, and when calibrated with Standard Reference Materials (SRMs) can be used as a reliable reference standard. Stacking height is approximately 1.4 (36.8mm) so fewer sieves can be used in a stack.