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  • Erie, PA

    Our centrifuge technology comes with superior components that allow for ultimate operation. All of our products adhere to extensive testing to ensure their functionality and durability. The professionals at our company can handle any of your requests. If you are unsure which solutions are best for you then just let us know and we can assist you. Our engineers are ready to assist you!

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  • Concord, CA

    There are a number of premium advantages associated with our centrifuges. We manufacture the most vital components and our processes are unmatched. Our engineers will treat you with respect and we strive to exceed your expectations. These functional centrifuges will last for many years. These is no obstacle too challenging for our teams. Please give us a call today to learn more information!

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  • Scotts, MI

    We manufacture scrap metal recycling & chip processing equipment with capacities from 500 to 5,000 lbs. per hour, everything from stand-alone centrifuges to turnkey centrifuge systems. Designs include diagonal, horizontal and vertical centrifuges or wringers. Specs preparation at no charge.

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  • Brea, CA

    Beckman Coulter aims to simplify, automate and innovate complex biomedical testing. Over 275,000 Beckman Coulter systems operate in both diagnostics and life sciences laboratories on six continents. As far as centrifuge innovation goes, Beckman Coulter is at the forefront having introduced the first commercial ultracentrifuge in 1947. Visit Beckman’s website to learn more about this company.

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Basket Centrifuge

Basket centrifuges are the most basic kind of filtering centrifuge; they consist of a basket that rotates around the vertical axis of the machine.

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Purpose of Basket Centrifuges

Centrifuges are used to separate particles from a solution. By spinning at a high velocity, centrifuges create a force much more powerful than gravity. Through this process, the heavier particles are separated from lighter ones.

Application of Basket Centrifuges

Basket centrifuges are used in many different applications. They can be used to isolate molecules in chemistry labs, separate cutting oil from metal chips in machining operations, separate uranium in nuclear power plants, test astronauts at NASA, purify dirty water and churn butter in addition to a variety of other industrial, commercial and residential uses. Basket centrifuges are used in wastewater treatment, oil, soil, food and beverage, agricultural and aerospace applications, just to name a few. Basket Centrifuges are the most basic and common type of centrifuge.

Design of Basket Centrifuges

Basket Centrifuges, also called swinging bucket centrifuges, consist of a basket that rotates around the vertical axis of a machine. As the basket swings around the axis at a high velocity centrifugal force is created in order to separate liquids in a solution or liquids from a solid. During separation, heavier, denser particles tend to drift to the bottom while lighter, less dense particles drift toward the top. The force created can be up to twenty thousand times more powerful than the force of gravity.

Materials Used
Centrifuges can be made from metal, metal alloys, plastic and other materials and are normally powered by an electric motor.
Balance is extremely important in basket centrifuges, as the load must be exact and carefully balanced. If the load is not perfectly balanced it could cause extensive damage to the machine or personal injury to the user. The easiest way to understand the way a basket centrifuge works is to think of a spin cycle on a washing machine. The basket inside of the machine spins at such a high speed that the majority of water is pulled out of the materials. The water then travels through the small holes in the inner cylinder, or basket. The basket of the machine is covered with a filtering cloth. When the basket is full, the speed decreases and the solids are scraped from the walls of the machine.