Factors Affecting the Separation Effect of Oilfield Drilling Slurry Centrifuge
In practical applications, the oilfield drilling mud sedimentation centrifuge operates stably and reliably, with small floor space and high degree of automation. It can run continuously and stably, and the mud is dry and the water is clear. During the dewatering process of the oilfield drilling mud sedimentation centrifuge, the sludge is transported to the metering tank through the sludge transport pump, and the mud level is adjusted through the liquid level adjusting tube in the conditioning metering tank, and the remaining sludge is returned to the sewage through the return pipe. Mud pool.
The oilfield drilling mud sedimentation centrifuge is a new generation of mud processing equipment, and the equipment has further improved in terms of original wear resistance and efficiency. As a separation device, the settling force in the device is many times larger than gravity due to the rotation of the drum. In theory, the ability of the machine to separate solid phase particles from liquid mixing is controlled by the characteristics of the imported mixture.
It can be seen that during the operation of the oilfield drilling mud sedimentation centrifuge, as the particle size of the solid phase particles increases, the density of the solid phase particles increases, the liquidus density decreases, the viscosity of the liquid phase decreases, and the ability of the machine to separate the solid phase. Will increase. From a mechanical and practical point of view, variables that have a large impact on the separation of oilfield drilling mud sedimentation centrifuges include settling time, centrifugal force, torque characteristics and inlet mud flow.