Solid-liquid Separation Salt Horizontal Two Stage Piston Pusher Filtering CentrifugeIntroduction
Model LWL centrifuge is a horizontal spiral discharge filtering centrifuge. It has the advantages of smooth rotation, good washing results, large treatment capacity and high production efficiency. It can feed, wash, dewater and discharge automatically and continuously during the rotation at full speed. It's efficient separating equipment of separating solid from liquid. It is widely used in chemical, pharmaceutical, food ,metallurgy, mine etc .
|Feed quantity2-5|| m3/h|
|The maximum diameter of the drum ||350mm|
|Drum working length||260mm|
|Drum cone angle||2*10|
The machine design corresponds to GMP requirements.
It can run continuously and deal with materials greatly.
Several various drums and spiral roll canisters make wide use.
Reasonable power setting and low consumption.
The parts touching separated materials are made of Austenite stainless steel.
The LWL350N centrifuge is mainly composed of a base part, a main shaft part, an outer drum part, an inner spiral part, a casing part, a feed washing pipe part, a door cover part, a motor part, a lubrication system, a differential, and the like.
Electric box and screen
It is suitable for separation of suspension materials with 10-80% density and crystal or lineal grain with diameter between 0.13mm and 5mm (0.2mm is better), such as citrate, salt, fruit juice, sulphuric ammonium and urea etc.
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1) what are your treating slurry ?
2) what is the solid content (%) , solid size distribution ?
3) what is your slurry treating (M3/Hour , or ton/hour) ?