The advantages of fruit juice decanter centrifuge

- Mar 17, 2018-

The advantages of fruit juice decanter centrifuge, first of all, we actually need to pay attention to its energy consumption will also be more provincial, the electricity will also appear smaller; juice decanter centrifuge work The environment is relatively good and the floor space is not large. In general, it will be 10 to 15 square meters.


Distillers in a fruit juice decanter centrifuge will also appear to be drier after filtration, with less water content. For solid phase particles with an equivalent diameter of more than 2 μm and a feed concentration ratio of less than or equal to 70%, a liquid-solid specific gravity difference of 0.05 g/cm 3 for different types of suspension is suitable for the use of such centrifuges. Liquid-solid separation or particle grading.


When the fruit juice decanter centrifuge is actually used, the separation effect it shows will be better, the processing volume will be large, and the cost will be smaller. And when the fruit juice decanter centrifuge equipment is in use, no other auxiliary equipment is needed at this time.


Juice decanter centrifuges are relatively widely used in juice pressing, fiber material concentration, and press dewatering. After that, to a large extent, it will be used for the dewatering of sludge, waste, sludge concentration and dewatering, and will be widely used in pulp fiber, wine, wine, etc. The industry, at this time, will be used to squeeze the juice from the grape dregs after fermentation, or the grape dregs and the juice from vegetables, sea buckthorn, blueberry, and pomegranate dregs separated by juice decanter centrifuges. .


The fruit juice decanter centrifuge is widely used in the wine industry or in the dehydration industry of rice wine lees. Our country's alcohol energy, fine chemicals, feed additives and other industries use fruit juice decanter centrifuges are also more obvious, for containing part The solid-liquid separation of fiber materials is commonly used for the dewatering of light industry, food, and other substances.