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The advantages of high speed 3-phase centrifuge

Mar 28, 2018

During the operation of the high speed 3-phase centrifuge, it is mainly driven by the motor. The drum rotates at full speed. The material is continuously introduced into the spiral from the feed tube and evenly distributed to the screw outlet. Under the action of centrifugal force, the solid matter settles to the drum wall and is pushed out of the slag outlet of the conical drum by an auger. The liquid phase flows out of the large end overflow hole of the drum along the spiral of the high-speed three-phase centrifuge. The small end of the solid-phase large-end liquid phase.


From a practical point of view, we can use high speed 3-phase centrifuge to clarify and separate dehydrated materials between 0.002 and 3 mm; we can also use them to classify solid particles from 1 um to 5 um. The equipment has a wide range of applications, continuous work, large processing capacity, low cost, easy maintenance and other characteristics, is the best equipment for solid-liquid separation.


Because of this, high speed 3-phase centrifuges have been widely used in many industrial fields. In this device, its differential has high precision, compact structure, stable operation and high safety. And its main bearing is the use of imported bearings to ensure its accuracy, easy operation. All parts in contact with the material are made of high-quality stainless steel, which ensures safe and efficient operation.


Not only that, in order to ensure production efficiency, high-speed three-phase centrifuges have been designed specifically with a large aspect ratio, high speed, and a drum cone structure with multiple angles. At the same time in the application, users can be matched according to actual requirements, dual frequency conversion and intelligent automatic control system.


It is a huge advantage in its use of high speed 3-phase centrifuge to handle sludge operations. The high-speed three-phase centrifuge not only separates the solids from the sludge, but also separates the oil from the sludge, which is unmatched by other separation processes.