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The centrifuge is a machine that USES centrifugal force to separate liquid and solid particles or the components in a mixture of liquid and liquid.
The centrifuge is mainly used to separate solid particles in suspension from liquid, or to separate two liquids in emulsion with different densities but not mutually soluble (for example, to separate cream from milk);
It can also be used to remove liquids from wet solids, such as washing machines to shake dry and wet clothes;
Special overspeed tube separator can also separate different density of gas mixture;
Some settling centrifuges can also classify the solid particles according to the density or particle size.
Suitable for intermittent or continuous operation.The speed and mixing mode are easy to adjust and can adapt to different extraction system requirements.Adopt upper suspension structure, no bottom bearing and mechanical seal, no leakage risk, no wearing parts, easy to maintain.No need to remove motor and bearing when replacing heavy phase weir plate.
1.A centrifuge has a cylinder, called a drum, that rotates at high speed around its own axis, usually driven by an electric motor.
When the suspension (or emulsion) is added to the drum, it is rapidly driven to rotate at the same speed as the drum.
Under the action of centrifugal force, the components are separated and discharged separately.
In general, the higher the drum speed, the better the separation effect.
2. There are two operating principles of a centrifuge: centrifugal filtration and centrifugal precipitation.
3. Centrifugal filtration is the centrifugal pressure generated by the suspension under the centrifugal field. It ACTS on the filter medium to make the liquid become filtrate through the filter medium, while the solid particles are trapped on the surface of the filter medium, so as to realize liquid-solid separation.
4. Centrifugal sedimentation is a process of liquid-solid (or liquid-liquid) separation based on the principle of rapid sedimentation of suspensions (or emulsions) with different concentrations in the centrifugal field.
5. The centrifuges used for experimental analysis can be used for liquid clarification and solid particle concentration, as well as for liquid-liquid separation. Such centrifuges have different structure types of operation under atmospheric pressure, vacuum and freezing conditions.
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