You wouldn’t use a make-up brush to apply eye-liner, so don’t use a pharmaceutical screener for cosmetics
The Cosmetics industry comes with its own unique challenges and when sourcing a screener such as;
With the global cosmetics industry being valued at over $500 billion machinery manufacturers are flooding to develop cosmetic specific screeners and to do so they are focusing on the above qualities.
By finding the manufacturer who has dedicated their research and development specifically for the cosmetic industry in turn provides significant benefits.
Vibrascreener are an example of a screening manufacturer who have taken advantage of the huge growth of the cosmetics industry and have been developing screening machines for over 5 years with the primary focus of precision to ensure FDA compliance Is always achieved by ensuring any dangerous impurities to human skin is removed from the process.
Russell Finex employ an ultrasonic screening technology to remove oversized particles during the processing of face powders with their Circular Vibrating Screen. This screening solution automatically sieves the cosmetic powders, removing impurities or contaminants to ensure a consistent fine powder with each throughput.
Gerard Daniels Performa screener takes a different approach, focusing on adaptability. The Performa provides all the functionality of larger smachines in a more compact design, being small enough to move around labs or shop floors but big enough to take high feed rates. The option for easy change screens and cleaning of frames creates huge versatility for a change of product.
Finding the screener best suited for your specific requirements couldn’t be easier with Messe365, simply select Cosmetic from the machine evaluation below and compare manufacturers from across the globe who specialise in the production of agriculture screeners.