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Friday, December 30, 2016

mobile centrifuge separator | presented by E&W Industrial Service Asia Co.,Ltd.



One for All – the mobile solution
STA Separators are very compact and space saving, on top of this they can be done mobile, to be even more all-purpose and flexible. Due to their own back flow pressure there is no installation works necessary apart from connecting two tubes.


advantage of liquid centrifugal separators | presented by E&W Industrial Service Asia Co., Ltd.




A good spin on separation performance ?

The fluid-dynamically designed accelerator hub and the big effective flow radius help applying the high rotor accelerations of up to 2.000 g effectively on the liquid and the particles to be separated. This is why STA Separators reach significant grade efficiencies for particles down to 1 to 3 ┬Ám. For high flow rates up to 250 l/min strong drives are selected accordingly.

It’s running already?

So quiet you wonder why it’s not running. Thanks to its direct drive and the silicon sand filled double casing the separator generates a very low noise level; only 70 dB(A) on the model S-15. Sound-damping housings are rarely necessary.
  


Not afraid of hot acid

STA Separators are available in different material pairings. For demanding applications in medical or food-related industry, or for use with hot and chemically aggressive media all models can be stainless steel built, in both 304 and 316 Ti alloy, accordingly combined with special sealing materials.

Right and Tight

the high acceleration forces also result in an optimum compression of the separated solids. The sludge is dry and can be reasonably disposed or even recycled. 

A matter of mud

If you decide to go for a centrifugal separator as your separating system, most parameters relevant to filtration, such as shape and composition of the solids, become forgettable. Unfilterable additives like greases and polish, or those problematic ingredients in cast alloys namely graphite and silicon just get removed as well. More examples: chlorinated drawing oils, molybdenum, scales, paint sludge, phosphates, organic slurries, …