Tungsten carbide powder is a metal powder that is used in a wide array of industries ranging from cutting tools to circuit boards. The powder is extremely dense weighing in at 15 g/cm^3. Sieving tungsten carbide is a difficult task due to this high density. The heavy powder can easily overload the screen and if the material is not metered correctly it will quickly lead to screen failures. Making fine separations of tungsten carbide using a conventional or ultrasonic sieve is nearly impossible as the material will overwhelm the screen before ever seeing the hole openings.