By virtue of the oscillation generated by the vibration motors in the machine, and the adjustable angle depending on the purpose of usage, the machine works with a perfect sieving and weeding out principle. Cereals and the unwanted particles within are distributed homogeneously on the sifter surface via the vibration created by the precise rotational directions of the double vibro motor.
There are sifter crates that enable using dierent sifter surfaces to weed out coarse and smaller unwanted objects. These machines are designed to have at least two layers. At the upper layer, while the coarse waste larger than the product fall on to the waste line, the product is conveyed to the lower layer. In the lower layer, while the product is conveyed directly to the tarar or the air canal, smaller particles fall on to the lower layer and are sent to the waste line.