Horizontal Screw Discharge Centrifuge Tricanter
|FOB Price:||US $30,000-80,000 / set|
|Min. Order:||1 set|
|Min. Order||FOB Price|
|1 set||US $30,000-80,000/ set|
|Production Capacity:||30 Set/Month|
- Model NO.: LW
- Object: Waste Water
- Operating Type: Continuous Type
- Centrifuge Type: Horizontal Spiral Centrifuge
- Condition: New
- Usage: Industrial
- Transport Package: Wooden Case
- Origin: Liaoning China
- Type: Centrifuge
- Separation Mode: Sedimentation Type
- Installation: Horizontal
- Pressure: Low Pressure
- Material: Stainless Steel
- Trademark: HJ
- Specification: ISO
Providing the solids in a?mixture of a light phase such as water and a heavier phase will settle in time under normal gravity, then using a centrifuge will accelerate the process.? This is because normal gravity has a force of one G and a?decanter centrifuge?produces?a centrifugal force of?up to 4,000?G.??
The centrifuge comprises a rotating assembly driven by a large electric motor mounted in a secure foundation frame, bolted to the ground through vibration dampers. The rotating assembly?itself has two main components: the outer bowl and a screw conveyor.? When the centrifuge is run up to operating speed the main drive motor turns the outer bowl at typically 3,000 r.p.m.? A secondary motor is connected to the screw conveyor, the scroll, via cyclo-gearbox.? The produces a differential speed between the outer bowl and the scroll of between 10 and 20 r.p.m. and has the effect of providing a conveying action inside the rotating assembly.
When the centrifuge is up to speed the sludge, a mixture of solids and liquids, is pumped into centrifuge by an external pump through a feed tube into the feed chamber.? The effect of centrifugal forces cause the solids to move towards the outside of the bowl and a separation of solids and liquids occurs.? the conveying action of the scroll moves the solids towards the steep angle of the bowl where they are ejected through a number of discharge ports and fall into a collecting container under gravity.? The?liquid phase, runs over the weir?plates at the other end of the rotating assembly and?collected in a tank and pumped away.
This is shown?clearly in the video simulation which is available and can be opened in a new window alongside this explanation.?
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