disk centrifuge

disk centrifuge

[¦disk ′sen·trə‚fyüj]
(mechanical engineering)
A centrifuge with a large bowl having a set of disks that separate the liquid into thin layers to create shallow settling chambers.
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To distinguish between single particles and hard agglomerates, an X-Ray disk centrifuge (XDC) was used as suggested by Limbach et al.
The line of Disk Centrifuge particle size analyzers allows users to obtain realistic, repeatable results, even with very non-ideal samples that can't be measured accurately by laser diffraction or other common particle sizing methods.