The reason why the stainless steel decanter centrifuge can efficiently separate the material is that the phase in the mixture is layered according to the density or particle size under the action of centrifugal force. Those with a large density or particle size are enriched in the drum wall, and those with a small density or particle size are concentrated in the center. The stainless steel decanter centrifuge uses the principle of centrifugal sedimentation to separate solid phase particles with small particle sizes from the liquid phase.
In the process of processing the material, the stainless steel decanter centrifuge forms a circular liquid layer under the centrifugal force by the suspension added to the drum, and the solid particles settle to the drum wall to form sediment. The clarified liquid is discharged through a drum overflow or a pipette, and is referred to as a separating liquid. At the end of the separation, the sediment is discharged manually or mechanically.
At present, the stainless steel decanter centrifuge is widely used, especially for the separation of the suspension when the filtration is likely to block the filter medium due to solid particles, the filtration resistance is too large, or the fine particles are excessively lost. . The stainless steel decanter centrifuge can be used for the separation of suspensions of crystals, chemical deposits, pulverized coal, etc., dewatering of various sewage sludges, and slag clarification of animal and vegetable oils.