Custom Fit Solutions
The dynamics for separation are unique to every slurry, and the desired results of separation required. Our team of engineers and processing experts are here to work with you on identifying those specific dynamics and then pairing and structuring the right equipment to host those dynamics to host those demands. From initial discovery to implementation and operational troubleshooting and support, our team is here to assist you in maintaining an optimized processing system that yields the best results.
Optimizing your Processing System
Once the requirements for your application have been identified, our team can configure the right equipment to either integrate into existing systems or help you design and implement entirely new processing systems.
Installation & Commissioning
Our team of experts is here to assist you in the installation and commissioning of new systems and equipment. Creating a seamless process from discovery right into start up and support you through out your operation.
Bench Testing & Discovery
Work with our team of engineers and separation experts to find the specific conditions required for your desired results. Send us a sample of your slurry requiring separation and let us know the desired results and our team will analysis its properties and find the ideal conditions to obtain the desired results.
How a Centrifuge Works
Separation takes place in the horizontal cylindrical bowl that is equipped with a screw conveyor inside. The feed enters inside the bowl through a feed pipe. Centrifugal force that results from the rotation of the bowl then forces the solids to the outside of the internal bowl surface. The conveyor rotating in the same direction as the bowl, but at a slower speed, moves the solids through the conical section of the bowl. The solids leave the bowl through the solids discharge ports. Separation takes place throughout the entire section of the bowl. Liquids are discharged by flowing over adjustable ports on the opposite side of the bowl from the solids discharge ports.