hydrocyclone


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hydrocyclone

[¦hī·drō¦sī‚klōn]
(mechanical engineering)
A cyclone separator in which granular solids are removed from a stream of water and classified by centrifugal force.
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Designed to measure the hydrodynamics of different pulp fibers, a new device may help predict the separation of different pulp fibers in hydrocyclones.
Engel said the material from the hydrocyclone separation step is much cleaner, there is less pollution, fewer foreign bodies, the flakes cause fewer problems in the following stages and customers get a better price for their finished products.
Experimental Testing of Hydrocyclone on Separation Factory at "Estonia"" Mine.
Williams, "Industrial Monitoring of Hydrocyclone Operation using Electrical Resistance Tomography," Mineral Eng.
A hydrocyclone then separates the HDPE basecup chips from the PET chips (the density of PET is 1.
A hydrocyclone filter has no moving parts and works on a simple principle.
CDE have developed a process for accurately separating the oversize particles and removing clay though the hydrocyclone based washing system, which could be either single stage or double stage depending on the level of clay present.
In addition, the Tango 600HD2 features the new Hyper-G six-panel linear motion shaker with increased G-force output and single-point leveling jack, Firestone single-piece vibration isolation system, independent centrifugal pump pockets for direct maintenance access and eight 4-inch desilter hydrocyclone manifold capable of cleaning fluid down to 25 microns.
CNTs were dosed in the last side feeder with aid of a pneumatic system with autoclave and discharge hydrocyclone.
The device may be used to predict the fiber separation that occurs in hydrocyclones, given a knowledge of the flow field in the hydrocyclone.
The technologies for PW treatment include hydrocyclone, gas flotation, and walnut shell media filters, among others.
The components that are heavier than water (nylon 6 and nylon 6,6) flow out through the bottom of the hydrocyclone, whereas the lighter components (such as the polypropylene backing) flow through the overflow of the hydrocyclone along with the water.