centrifugal extractor

centrifugal extractor

[‚sen′trif·i·gəl ik′strak·tər]
(chemical engineering)
A device for separating components of a liquid solution, consisting of a series of perforated concentric rings in a cylindrical drum that rotates at 2000-5000 revolutions per minute around a cylindrical shaft; liquids enter and leave through the shaft; they flow radially and concurrently in the rotating drum.
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In 1870, he produced its first centrifugal extractor for the speedy removal of water from washed wool and cloth.
6 complete sludge dehydration systems with centrifugal extractor (decanter) at the purification plants of povegliano, Bussolengo, San pietro in cariano, Castel d~azzano, San giovanni lupatoto and zevio.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Centrifugal Extractor
SCK-CEN is planning to buy a complete extraction centrifugal force against the current system and ready for use (counter current centrifugal extractor set-up) and consists of 16 centrifugal contactors and must be installed SCK-CEN.
The Institute for Transuranium Elements (ITU) plans to purchase a complete and ready-to-work counter-current centrifugal extractor set-up, consisting of 16 centrifugal contactors.
The Rousselet-Robatel range of centrifugal extractors consists of monostage, and multistage designs.