The 2 phase horizontal decanter is divided into three separation processes: centrifugal separation, centrifugal sedimentation and centrifuge filtration. The centrifugal separation process is to separate the emulsion formed by the different liquids by the meter. Under the centrifugal force, the liquid is divided according to the severity. Layers are then extracted separately.
The centrifugal filtration process is commonly used to separate solid-liquid mixtures with a large amount of solids and large particles. The separation process can generally be divided into three stages: in the first stage, solid particles are deposited on the inner wall of the drum by centrifugal force to form a filter residue layer, and the filtrate is also It is filtered out through the mesh of the drum by the action of centrifugal force.
In the second stage, the filter residue layer is pressed under the action of centrifugal force, and the filter hydraulic pressure contained therein is extruded. In the third stage, the liquid contained in the voids of the filter residue layer is continuously discharged under the action of centrifugal force, so that the filter residue is further dried. The centrifugal sedimentation process of the 2-phase horizontal centrifuge can be used to separate the suspension containing the micro-solid forest particles.
It can be divided into two stages. In the first stage, solid particles are deposited on the inner wall of the drum by centrifugal force. In the second stage, the layer of particles that settled on the drum wall was compacted by centrifugal force. When the solid content in the suspension is large, the settled particles are accumulated in a large amount, and the slag layer is quickly thickened, so continuous slag discharge is required.