sugar screens - ferguson perforating
Ferguson Perforating supplies batch centrifugal screens for all major types of centrifuges worldwide. Both round hole and slotted screens are available in stainless steel or brass. Our slotted screen has a higher open area than comparable screens that other suppliers offer. Precision aligned locklap joints allow easy insertion during installation.
We have developed a mud filter screen with an improved hole pattern. Our screens have a uniform flatness, have straight and parallel long sides, and a flatter working surface with minimal residual stress. All these characteristics together make the screens easier to install, extends the service life and reduces failure due to cracking. Our focus is on providing you screens that lower your operating cost.
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The SGZ three-column automatic bottom discharge scraper centrifuges are mainly applicable for washing of slurries containing solid phase as well as solid-liquid separation. The suitable solid phase size is 0.05-1mm, and filtration cake density is limited from 1.0 to 1.5. The solid content in slurry is ranged from 15% to 50%. Moreover, slurries should be uniform and continuous, and have exceptional mobility in pipeline.
Applications of SGZ Scraper Centrifuge
Our chemical separation equipment is the proven solution for treatment of plaster, ammonium sulfate, mirabilite, ferric sulfate, copper sulfate, nickel sulfate, potassium chloride, acetic acid, borax, soda, rubber additive, dyestuff, starch, sugar refining, vitamin, antibiotics, herbicide, vermifuge, copper, zinc, aluminum, anhydrite, metal refining, pure water sludge and sewage sludge.
6. Protection: rotation speed detection, over-vibration protection, motor overload and overheat protection, scraper movement protection, limit protection of lifting equipment, interlocking protection of scraper and basket, etc.
Note on Configuration of SGZ Scraper Centrifuge
During order making, special attention should paid on specific requirements of variable frequency drive, braking method, material, feeding method, explosion-proof, corrosion resistance, surface finish, electrical component and control system, etc.
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