CentraSep - Model S-Series - Centrifuges
The Reliable, Low Maintenance Centrifuge. Using centrifugal force to separate particulates from liquid greatly increases the force of gravity and quickly separates liquid from solid materials. Like gravity, Trucent's Liquid-Solid Centrifuge works continuously with no operator intervention. Unlike settling tanks, this technology uses very little floor space.
This is a single-motor, vertical, self-discharging, automatic centrifuge. Its innovative bowl/blade clutch design automatically extracts particulate from liquid at rates ranging from 25 to 135 gallons per minute. Compared to traditional two-speed centrifuges, it removes up to four times the quantity of fines.
Liquid-Solid Centrifugation is available for purchase, or rental with the Purification Service agreement. With the nation's largest fleet of purification modules, a large service staff and hundreds of years of combined experience in separation technologies, Trucent has unparalleled capabilities and response time. And, with the Purification Service, you will experience the benefits of clean industrial fluids without capital expenditure. Trucent takes care of the machine for you, including all labor and parts, with our rapid response time, free upgrades, and even machine replacement if necessary. You reap the benefits, we'll take care of the rest.
- Single motor design
- Excellent media-free filtration
- Automatic self discharging
- Stainless steel components in contact with fluids
- Wide range of fluid handling (acidic/caustic)
- Advanced PLC programming
- Variable frequency drive technology
- Bowl/blade clutch design
- Mounting Isolators
- Glass and Brittle Materials
- Steel and Aluminum
- Industrial Wastewater
- Wire Drawing
- Less downtime
- Continuous operation
- No operator attendance
- Simultaneous bowl/blade adjustments
- Wide range of fluid handling
Before the process cycle, the positive locking clutch couples the blade assembly to the bowl drive. This design ensures that the blade assembly rotates at the same speed as the bowl, keeping the fluids flowing smoothly.
As the process cycle begins, dirty fluid enters through the injector tube and is forced into the rotating bowl. The centrifugal force separates the solids and packs them to the bowl wall without slippage. The clean fluid is discharged out through the bottom of the bowl.
At the end of the process cycle, the feed pump is turned off and the variable frequency drive rapidly decelerates the bowl to a smooth stop. The clutch uncouples the blade assembly from the bowl drive and locks it into a fixed position. The bowl is then rotated while the blades scrape the bowl wall to discharge the packed particulate. The entire operation is automated.