centrifugal filter


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centrifugal filter

[‚sen′trif·i·gəl ′fil·tər]
(engineering)
An adaptation of the centrifugal settler; centrifugal action of a spinning container segregates heavy and light materials but heavy materials escape through nozzles as a thick slurry.
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The piece de resistance of this centrifugal filter unit is that an aerosol phase is generated and the fine spray is then mechanically collected.
A centrifugal filter operates on an entirely different principle than the barrier-type media filters commonly used.
The water treatment controls the growth of biologies, the strainers remove the large particles, and the centrifugal filters remove particles down to the 40 micron level.
Filtration products include disposable syringe filters, centrifugal filters and bottle-top formats; reusable filtration systems, as well as filter papers and membranes.
In addition, Maine Manufacturing can now offer direct to customers and distributors the ZapCap brand of bottle top filtration units and the broad range of Centrex centrifugal filters.
MagStar will perform the detailed prototype design and manufacturing of centrifugal filters that are suitable for cleaning hot gases from a small modular biopower system developed by CPC.
However, driven by the increase of extended oil and filter service intervals, and their inherent efficiency and cost effective operation, centrifugal filters are set to play a crucial role in oil filtration systems of the future.