Why Cotton Cleaner still popular?

October 8th, 2020 – Over the years, we have seen that polyurethane sieve cleaners (market call it plastic cleaner) with plastic bristles have replaced the traditional cotton cleaner. However, these plastic sieve cleaners have their own set of problems and disadvantages over cotton cleaner, and cleaners and here are some interesting facts why a cotton cleaner sieve cleaner should be your preferred choice, still in the market over any other sieve cleaning aid currently available in the market, 


The fact is miller still putting theirs chose into cotton cleaner due to “OLD MILLS” who still running to the entire of the world today, and an estimate of these mills still about 40% thru all the modern mills who running today using modern and good frame who cotton cleaner is already out from this business, cost and robust is the most selection with cotton versus plastic today

The challenge you face as a miller is which sieve cleaner is better and how do you decide on which ones would give you the least total cost of ownership in the long term?

There is a whole range of varieties and quality of sieve cleaners available today in the market and it is very difficult to understand and choose the best sieve cleaners given the choice from the poorest quality to some high and quality brands with different claims about their efficiency, this might interesting part for miller right?

In the end, millers wisely choose among us what they wanted and how to accommodate it into the mills and pick the right one for the better yield extraction, for this case let the miller talk with they vendors like LEITER who always capable to give the best suits solution for this matter, do not attempt to try but consult and get the good results

As the old miller said, “knowledge is FLOUR but wisdom is BREAD”, closing by Ray Charles, “Affluence separate people, poverty knits them together. You got some sugar and I don’t, I might borrow some yours. Next month you might not have any flour, I will give you some of mine”

by Robert Cau