High speed centrifuge for continuous separation of two liquids, clarifying of liquid and solid materials, emulsifying of several fluids, blood fractioning, concentration and extraction of viruses and bacteria as well as for several other applications in the industrial scale.
For mobile use the centrifuge can be installed on a trailer. Also available in different housing types.
The fluid is fed into the bottom of the cylinder by means of pumps or gravity. In this way fluid mixtures are layered from the inside to the outside according to their densities and even the finest impurities or capacities are deposited quickly and reliable in the cylinder. The clarified fluid rises in the center of the cylinder to the top and emerges purified. The two phases of a fluid mixture are routed into separate collection pans.
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Centrifuge is in stainless steel execution, in stationary arrangement, equipped with one cylinder made of stainless steel 1.4571 for separating or clarifying liquids, with built-on special motor and pulley for drive over flat belt, footstep bearing with feeder made of stain- less steel 1.4571, collecting covers made of stainless steel 1.4571;
The cylinder for separating or clarifying is made of stainless steel 1.4571, theoretical content 2 l, capacity approx. 200 - 500 l/h, normal clarifyable liquid, number of revolutions approx. 20.000 rpm. with accelerating gyro;
With special centrifuge motor for high-starting torque, three-phase, with built-in posistor feelers 130°C;
With centrifuge control in switchboard, installed on the centrifuge, including all hand-actuated auxiliary switches necessary for the function, as well as "emergency shutdown" and electro-magnetic locking of the spindle protective sleeve, the spindle protective sleeve can only be released after standstill of the cylinder, supervision by a proximity switch;
Connected load: 400 V, 50 Hz, approx. 0.9 kW;
The motor has a run-up time of approx. 50 seconds. The starting current is 7.2 times the nominal current.