Manual Discharging Centrifuge
Designed to meet a wide range of applications and operational requirements for the metal cutting and finishing industry. Sanborn Technologies supplies LiquaPac Centrifuges in a variety of sizes and configurations.
TMC Tank Mounted LiquaPack Centrifuge:
The TMC is designed for retrofit or OEM applications where the machine tool includes its own holding tank and pumps. This basic Centrifuge provides high-efficiency separation with minimal maintenance due to its design. Like all LiquaPac models, the TMC features our patented feed accelerator for higher solids removal efficiencies over conventional Centrifuges. The removable sludge
liner holds a total of 1.4 gallons of solids which can greatly reduce downtime for solids removal maintenance.
LDC Long-Deck Centrifuge:
LiquaPac System designed to improve fluid filtration for machine tools
that have an existing sump. Flow Rates to 30 GPM.
Dirty fluid from the machine tool flows directly into the LDC lifting tank located
under the Centrifuge component. An integrated feed pump lifts the fluid into
the Centrifuge where the fluid is cleaned and then flows by gravity into the
existing sump to be returned to the cutting surface. The LDC does not include
a clean tank or supply pump. Your existing sump is transformed into a clean
(only) tank, thereby improving the quality of the fluid being returned to the
RCS Self Contained LiquaPac Centrifuge:
Complete LiquaPac Clarification Systems including tanks and pumps
The completely self-contained RCS system includes heavy duty supply and feed
pumps, a dirty tank with trash strainers and a large clean tank. The unit comes
fully assembled. Options include liquid-level controls, a chiller and high pressure
pumps. The inlet height to the dirty tank is 13” allowing for gravity feed from most machine tools. The RCS is available in multiple configurations to accommodate flow rates up to 120 GPM. Machines can be customized to meet specific plant requirements.
For example, a post-separation one micron cartridge filter can be integrated for
customers that require absolute filtration.
Reduced Cleanout frequency due to its 1.4 gallon holding capacity
Removes both ferrous and non-ferrous contaminants
Accommodates water-based or oil-based fluids
Feed cone rapidly accelerates fluid to bowl rotation speed, improving separation efficiency
Does not use disposable media such as paper or cartridges
May be started and stopped at any time without the need to clean out the bowl
Self-draining feature automatically removes standing fluid from the centrifuge bowl
Sealed rotating assembly virtually eliminates premature bearing failure
Cover interlock keeps operators safe during processing
High temperature model can operate up to 250°F
Low moisture solids cake means more fluid recovery
Eliminates expensive roll paper media and filter cartridges
Recovers more solids than disposable filter systems
Easy recovery of valuable solids such as Carbide and Tungsten
Reduces maintenance and labor expenses to keep the machine tool and sump clean
Minimizes energy requirements
Increases Quality and Productivity
Increases production quality and consistency
Reduces or eliminates downtime for sump cleaning and grinding wheel dressings
Reduces or eliminates operator involvement
Use of consistently clean fluids extends tooling life
Reduces liability for manifesting and storing contaminated fluids
Anticipates increasingly stringent waste disposal regulations
Solids-laden liquid is pumped into the center inlet feed pipe and jetted to the bottom of the bowl. With the aid of the conical accelerator feed cone, the liquid is quickly accelerated to the speed of the rotating bowl. Centrifugal force then causes the solids in the liquid to conform to the inside vertical surfaces of the bowl liner.
Cleaned liquid overflows the top lip of the rotating bowl and drains by gravity through the tangential outlet in the centrifugal case. When the bowl is stopped, the pool of fluid remaining in the rotor, automatically drains back to the feed fluid reservoir leaving only solids in the bowl liner.
As necessary, the liner is removed from the bowl and the low-moisture solids cake is removed for recovery or discharge. The liner is then reinstalled and the separating process can begin again.
Below is all information pertaining to the Manual Discharging Centrifuge:
Manual Discharging Centrifuges
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