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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Metso reported that the internal geometry of its MHC Series hydrocyclone is optimized to promote smooth flow from the inlet through the entire hydrocyclone, minimizing turbulence and increasing throughput.
The Weir Group acquired Warman in 1999 and in 2010, it acquired Linatex, which brought with it a range of dewatering hydrocyclones and rubber lining products.
The experimental variables include the operation parameters and structure parameters of the hydrocyclone with feed solid, inlet pressure, diameter of the apex, and diameter of the vortex.
The results of investigating enrichment of fine-grain oil shale in hydrocyclones, pneumatic separators and settling centrifuges demonstrate a principal possibility for increasing heating value of energetic oil shale [1].
APPLICATION: The Rotating Tank Hydrodynamometer (RTH) is a new device designed to measure the hydrodynamics of different pulp fibers, which may help to predict the separation of different pulp fibers in hydrocyclones.
3 m overflow ball mill operating in closed circuit with an array of hydrocyclones.
The Cavex hydrocyclone brand from Weir Minerals is celebrating its 20-year anniversary.
The Cavex 700CVX hydrocyclone can achieve up to 50% higher throughput in the 26-in.
This compact system boasts up to 400 GPM normal cleaning volumes/500 GPM max, and features a 4,900 gallon three compartment tank, one 3 panel linear motion scalping shaker, one 5 panel linear motion combo shaker with one 10" desanding hydrocyclone and six 5" desilting hydrocyclones, an 80KW generator, adjustable while drilling shaker deck angle, and a new phenolic lined tank interior to minimize corrosion.
Centrifugal flotation systems are based on liquid hydrocyclone technology.
Georgia Tech's EEMC recommended three major upgrades at Lithonia: reducing the horsepower of its water pumps, lowering the hydrocyclone elevation, and replacing four standard electric motors with energy-efficient models.
The flow enters the top of each hydrocyclone horizontally, tangential to the entry chamber.