Continuous centrifuges operate throughout the separation and extraction process. The centrifugal process appears seamless, but it usually involves a series of closely connected cycles. Continuous centrifuges are often used in waste water treatment plants. They provide good washing and low final moisture.
Aaron Equipment Company
Over 70 years of providing new, used and reconditioned process equipment. We offer hundreds of in stock centrifuges, including basket, decanter, disc automatic and lab centrifuges, plus centrifuge parts. As an industry centrifuge leader, Aaron's Equipment Company now offers the Ethanol Super-D-Canter Centrifuge. Known worldwide for quality, integrity, dependable service & competitive prices.
US Centrifuge Systems
US Centrifuge Systems offers a wide range of industrial centrifuges including manual and self-cleaning centrifuges, high-speeds and decanters. New and refurbished centrifuges provide the liquid-solid separation, sludge dewatering, solids control and fluid clarification you need at the cost you want. The service department performs on-site and in-house repairs and maintenance. US Centrifuge promises quality centrifuge machines that enable you to reduce costs and meet environmental regulations.
Sanborn Technologies manufactures the American made LiquaPac HS centrifuge. This unit is available in various configurations and is designed for separating fine granular solids from aqueous or oil based fluids. The easy to clean removable liner has a large solids holding capacity and our patented feed accelerator and self-draining bowl ensure uncommon performance.
Oliver Manufacturing Company, Inc.
Rocky Ford, CO
Oliver Manufacturing Company has been offering quality centrifugal separators and other separation equipment since 1930. We believe in continual improvement when it comes to the design and overall function of our equipment, and we have the longest warranty in the industry. Our superior service and quality products have been utilized in a variety of industries for generations. Let us serve you today. Call or visit us online!
Bazell Technologies Corporation
Bazell Technologies manufactures high quality industrial centrifugal equipment - solid-wall basket centrifuges, manually cleaned centrifuges, high speed centrifuges and centrifuge fluid processing systems. Our brands include CentriClean™, MicroCone® and Microseparator® (for the ophthalmic industry). Call or visit our website for more detailed information about the products and services we offer. We would love to serve you today!
Continuous centrifuges operate throughout the separation process and are vital to its success. The most common design of continuous separation is the basket centrifuge, also called a swinging bucket centrifuge. The best example of a basket centrifuge is a washing machine. These centrifuges consist of a basket that rotates around a vertical axis that uses centrifugal force to separate particles by density. Heavier particles tend to drift down, while lighter ones tend to drift toward the top. This process can be used to separate, purify, extract or wash substances, materials or particles. Centrifuges can be made from metal, metal alloy or plastic among other materials and are normally powered by an electric motor that begins the spinning motion. Continuous centrifuges are most often used in waste water treatment plants, but can also be used in medical, molecular, scientific and aerospace industries, just to name a few.
The centrifugal process may appear to be seamless, but it requires a series of closely connected cycles. If one cycle is off track, the rest are thrown off track as well. The balance of a continuous centrifuge is an important consideration. If the equilibrium balance of a device is off, even by a little bit, it can put a dangerous amount of stress on the device causing mechanical damage and possibly personal injury. This is one consideration for continuous centrifuge purchasers, particularly when they are looking at used centrifuges. Manufacturers and retail associates can help consumers determine the necessary centrifuge requirements for a given application and all things to consider when purchasing a new or used centrifuge. Continuous centrifuges usually contain intake and output channels so as to prevent buildup and to ensure proper separation. Prior to making a purchasing decision, one would have to take the centrifuge's balance, build, previous wear and tear and industry recommendations into consideration.