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Heavy Gauge Stainless Steel Flour Sieve 20" Diameter, Mesh #14 - for Flour

Item # A20-14R
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    Choose #4 mesh, with the largest holes, for flour; #14 mesh, with smaller holes, for flour, or #50 mesh, with the smallest holes, for confectioner's sugar.
    • Stainless steel mesh sieve in body drawn from heavy gauge aluminum
    • Clamping bond made of extruded aluminum
    • Ideal for constant commercial use
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Choose #4 mesh, with the largest holes, for flour; #14 mesh, with smaller holes, for flour, or #50 mesh, with the smallest holes, for confectioner's sugar.

  • Stainless steel mesh sieve in body drawn from heavy gauge aluminum
  • Clamping bond made of extruded aluminum
  • Ideal for constant commercial use

Features
Material Stainless steel
Type Sieve
Dimensions and Weights
Diameter 20"
Mesh Size #14
Heavy Gauge Stainless Steel Flour Sieve 20 Diameter, Mesh #14 - for Flour
Average Customer Rating
(4 reviews)
34
Versatile and long lasting It is very hard to find pre-made hand screens in mesh sizes other than fine for flour or extra fine for powdered sugar. These are the best answer I have found. Other screen mesh sizes can be found and cut to fit when needed.
By OSC, Oregon on July 3, 2020
Still the same high quality We have been using the same two sieves for over 15 years. Only occasionally replacing the screens. Needed two more and delighted to see that the quality has not diminished over the past 15 years.
By Bryan R., Ohio on November 9, 2017
Heavy Gauge Sieve Works well for what I wanted it for (screening chemicals ).
Much less expensive than sieves specifically made for that purpose and considerably easier to replace damaged screens.
By Charles Piper, California on September 8, 2014