Mixing Sieves and Screens
Are you tired of pushing the chemicals through the sifting screen with your hands or credit card?
Look no further. This hard wood contoured paddle fits your hand so you don't get tired. Makes sifting the chemicals a breeze. Easily crushes caked chemicals through your screen while keeping your hands out of the chemicals.
The paddle is made of hard wood maple and sealed with a clear gloss enamel finish.
Brass & Stainless Steel Screens
Replacement screen wire for your mixing sieves. One square foot sizes are listed below. Non-standard screen sizes are also available; please inquire.
|Stainless Steel Screen||20||12"||174-RSS-20||$28.00|
|Stainless Steel Screen||40||12"||174-RSS-40||$28.00|
|Stainless Steel Screen||60||12"||174-RSS-60||$26.00|
|Stainless Steel Screen||100||12"||174-RSS-100||$26.00|
Mix up large batches of star composition or propellants in short order. Just run your fuels through these sieves and they come out a fine powder, no lumps and works just as well with oxidizers. WARNING: DO NOT SCREEN OXIDIZERS AND FUELS TOGETHER.
The screens are fastened to a wood frame of knot free pine, glued and fastened at the corners, and given two coats of shellac and sanded a smooth furniture like finish to prevent charcoal etc. from sticking to the surface. The frame is then finished with a wood molding over the edge of the screen wire to prevent pricked fingers. Replacement screen is available; please inquire. Note: After using oxidizers I recommend washing the screen in water to prevent oxidation of brass screen. Enquire about stainless steel wire.
Tired of holding your screen on an angle as you push chemicals through it? Well, no more with this new screen box. 12" x 12" screens sit on top of a 2" high frame, which has a recess on the top to make sure your screen stays where it should. They are made of knot free pine, sanded and coated with two coats of shellac. Placing your screen on top of this screen box will allow chemicals to freely fall through.