Operation process and operation requirements of 3 phase decanter centrifuge
The 3 phase decanter centrifuge is a centrifuge that realizes the centrifugal sedimentation operation during operation. During the operation, the suspension effectively forms an annular liquid layer along the drum wall under the action of centrifugal force. The solid particles with higher density during operation will settle to the drum wall in the radial direction to form sediment, and the clarified liquid is discharged through the drum overflow port.
The 3 phase decanter centrifuge uses the sediment to be discharged manually or mechanically. It is often used in the operation of a three-legged decanter centrifuge and a horizontal scraper discharge decanter centrifuge for intermittent operation. 5um, solid-liquid phase density difference > 500kg / m3 and a concentration of less than 10% suspension.
The 3 phase decanter centrifuge is mainly a centrifugal separator which uses the centrifugal sedimentation method to separate the suspension components. When the operation is performed, the suspension in the drum can be added to form a ring liquid layer under the action of centrifugal force, wherein the solid layer The particles settle to the drum wall to form a sediment. The clarified liquid is discharged through a drum overflow or a pipette, and is referred to as a separating liquid. At the end of the separation, the sediment is discharged manually or mechanically.