种子分选机

  • Inventors: TAO SHENG
  • Assignees: 陶胜
  • Publication Date: February 22, 2012
  • Publication Number: CN-202146867-U

Abstract

The utility model discloses a seed sorting machine, comprising an air pipe arranged on a rack; an air blade providing wind energy is arranged inside the air pipe, an air separation box is connected at one side of the air pipe, and a feeding hopper is arranged at the upper part of the air separation box. The seed sorting machine is characterized in that: a classifying screen bank is arranged at one side of the air separation box, and the classifying screen bank sequentially comprises a sundries screen, a seed screen and a sand screen. As the classifying screen bank consisting of the sundries screen, the seed screen and the sand screen is arranged at one side of the air separation box, so as to effectively extract the sundries and sands mixed in the sorted seeds. The seeds with light specific gravity can be extracted out through the material outlet at the lower part of the air pipe. The seed sorting machine has the advantages of simple structure, convenience in operation, low manufacturing cost and convenience in use and the like.
本实用新型公开了一种种子分选机,包括设置在机架上的风管,风管内部设有提供风能的风叶,风管的一侧连接风选箱,风选箱的上部设有进料斗,其特征在于:风选箱的一侧设有分级筛组,所述的分级筛组依次包括:杂物筛、种子筛、沙石筛。由于采用在风选箱的一侧设有的杂物筛、种子筛、沙石筛的分级筛组,可以将选种的种子中夹杂的杂物、沙石有效的提取。风管的下部设置的出料口可以将轻比重的种子提取出。并且具有结构简单,实施方便,造价低廉,使用方便等优点。

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