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ISO 17827-1 2016

Introducing ISO 17827-1 - Industrial Physics

ISO 17827-1 is a global ISO testing standard that’s used to determine the size distribution of particulate biofuels using the horizontally oscillating screen method. 

If you work with paper, pulp or solid particulates then you need assurance that the wood chips and materials you use are reliably sized and sorted. This ISO chip classification method enables you to measure the particle size distribution of solid biofuels for many uncompressed fuels.  

ISO 17827-1 chip classification is useful for sorting particulate uncompressed fuels such as wood chips, hog fuel or olive stones. Part one of the ISO 17827 wood chip classification testing standard relates to the horizontally oscillating screen method and uses sieves with apertures of 3.15mm and above.  

The  horizontally oscillating screen method characterizes materials up to a particle size class of P63. If you need to sort particles with a larger P-class then you’ll find that this characterization is often done by hand.  

What is the horizontally oscillating screen method?

The horizontally oscillating screen method requires a modern type of screening machine that’s normally used to sieve and treat raw materials. The purpose is to separate particles and materials of each size. 

The horizontally oscillating screen method was invented to handle high feed flow rates and offer you multiple different grading options. It’s a chip classification method that’s often used in the chemical industry, food, medicine, plastic and other industries. 

Our ISO 17827-1 chip classification machines

So, how can Industrial Physics improve your ISO 17827-1 chip classification process?  

Industrial Physics is top of the tree when it comes to robust wood chip classification systems that meet the demands of international quality standards. Check out the range of wood chip classification machines we make below. If you have a unique requirement, we’re happy to branch out and build you a bespoke solution! 

The TMI ChipClass-II Specification Configuration 71-01

Brought to you by Testing Machines Inc, our physical property testing specialist brand, this wood chip classifier is designed for trouble-free chip classification. In fact, with its carefully selected components and minimal moving parts, the 71-01 is the most reliable chip classification system available.  

The test operation for measuring chip size distribution is based on several international standards. Our wood chip classifier is capable of meeting most methods when equipped with the proper set of trays and appropriate hole diameters. 

Need chip classification solutions? Get in touch

We’ve learnt a thing or two about chip classification testing over the decades. Now Industrial Physics is recognized as a brand that likes to bring new, innovative wood chip classifiers to market. 

We like to share our knowledge and we’re here to help you to answer your questions about internal bond strength testing. Across the knowledgebase section of our website we publish lots of blogs on related subjects.

Here you’ll find some of the blogs we have published, like this introduction to pulp evaluation and sheet making. Or maybe you’d prefer to read about how to optimize your paper testing lab process - step-by-step. 

If you have any questions about ISO 17827-1 chip classification and how we can help you, then please just get in touch!

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