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High-speed rotation and working process of industrial decanter centrifuge

Jul 29, 2019

Industrial decanter centrifuges use centrifugal force to separate the liquid and solid particles or the machinery of the liquid and liquid and liquid mixtures. The centrifuge is mainly used to separate the solid particles in the suspension from the liquid, or to separate the two liquids of different density and incompatible liquid in the emulsion (for example, separating the cream from the milk), it can also be used for elimination. Liquid in wet solids, such as wet clothes in a washing machine; special ultra-speed tubular separators can also separate gas mixtures of different densities; use different density or granularity of solid particles to set different velocity in liquid, some sedimentation Centrifuges can also classify solid particles by density or particle size.

 

An industrial decanter centrifuge is a machine that uses centrifugal force to accelerate the separation of different materials that need to be separated. Centrifuges are widely used in chemical, petroleum, food, pharmaceutical, mineral processing, coal, water treatment and shipbuilding sectors.

 

The main principle of the filter centrifuge is to accelerate the liquid phase in the solid-liquid mixture to the drum by the centrifugal force generated by the high-speed centrifugal drum (with appropriate filter material), and leave the solid phase in the drum. , to achieve the effect of separating solids and liquids, or commonly known as dehydration.

 

The main principle of the industrial decanter centrifuge is to accelerate the sedimentation velocity of different specific gravity components (solid phase or liquid phase) in the mixture by the powerful centrifugal force generated by the high-speed rotation of the rotor, and to separate the different sedimentation coefficients and buoyant density substances in the sample. . Centrifuges are used in a wide range of applications in mineral processing, coal, water treatment and shipping.

 

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