Sieve plate - definition of sieve plate by The Free Dictionary
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The end wall of a sieve-tube element, containing many pores through which food material is conducted.
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The holotype is tubular 200 mm high, 47 mm in diameter, 18 mm in diameter at base (basiphytous), and 32 mm in diameter of upper part carrying the sieve plate
. The paratype is 265 mm high, 50 mm in diameter, and at base it is broken.
The only difference between this and the one used for hydro-distillation, the traditional alembic pot still, is that the former has a column that sits on the pot with a sieve plate
at the bottom.
The auction will feature over 50,000 carats of assorted parcels of polished diamonds ranging from -2.5 sieve plate
to 1ct commercial quality goods.
With distance sieves, the distance between the rotor and sieve plate
is greater than with standard sieves.