Solids from Liquid Centrifuges

Solids-from- Liquid Centrifuges are very successful in reducing solids in numerous applications wherever removal of fines is desired

Solids from Liquid Centrifuges

Solids will collect in individual machine tool sumps and in large central systems.

The presence of this reactive metal has detrimental effects on coolant performance and longevity and can cause corrosion via galvanic reaction. It can also cause loss of production, maintenance headaches and the investment of significant labor to address solids removal. Therefore, it is very important to remove the chips and fines from a system or sump to achieve optimum system performance.

Many companies prefer to remove solids on a continuous basis without the need for disposable media. These companies can benefit from Eriez' Solids-from- Liquid Centrifuges which provide continuous MEDIA-FREE filtration to remove solids from their industrial fluids.

All Eriez Solids-from- Liquid Centrifuges are specifically engineered for heavy-duty industrial applications and will offer years of trouble-free operation.

Solids-from-Liquid Centrifuges are very successful in reducing solids in numerous applications including machining of parts, grinding, sawing, high-speed centrifuge pre-filtration, rolling mills and tube mills, water jet cutting, de-scaling operations, wire drawing, parts washers, quench tanks, UF pre-filtration, precious metals recovery and, in fact, wherever removal of fines is desired. These machines offer terrific performance in both metallic and non-metallic solids removal applications. 

Solids-from-Liquid Centrifuges are available in both manually cleaned basket style (complete with reusable liner) and fully automatic self-cleaning designs.

Whether mounted on a single machine or used as a component of a complete filtration/ recycling system, the Solids-from-Liquid Centrifuge reduces or eliminates the use of costly filter paper, bags and cartridges, all of which require proper disposal. Eriez’ Solids-from-Liquid Centrifuges are also used to supplement existing paper media or central systems to remove solids typically missed by barrier filtration.  Solids-from-Liquid Centrifuges offer dependable, easy to maintain, media-free solutions for your filtration problems.

BenefitsFeaturesApplications
  • Removes fine particulate material easily
  • Improves tool/grinding wheel life
  • Reduces disposal
  • Reduces/eliminates use of disposable media
  • Low operating costs
  • Not affected by tramp oils
  • Removes magnetic and nonmagnetic materials
  • Robust design
  • Manually cleaned units feature removable rubber liner for easy cleaning
  • Automatic self-desludging units feature fully automated operation
  • Very effective on glass and ceramic applications, as well as metalworking fluids
Low-speed or basket centrifuges can be very successfully applied to solids reduction in a variety of applications including:
  • Machining of parts
  • Grinding
  • Sawing
  • High-speed centrifuge pre-filtration
  • Rolling and tube mills
  • Water jet cutting
  • Descaling operations
  • Wire drawing
  • Parts washers
  • Quench tanks
  • UF pre-filtration
  • Precious metals recovery
Specialized, heavier-duty machines are often required for the following operations because the solids pack so densely in the centrifuge bowl. Call Eriez for recommendations in the following categories:
  • Carbide grinding
  • Glass grinding
  • Ceramics machining or grinding
  • Vibratory finishing
Both manual and self-cleaning centrifuges help to:
  • Improve surface finish
  • Improve product quality
  • Increase productivity
  • Eliminate frequent tank clean out
  • Extend fluid useful life
  • Reduce wear on tools and parts
  • Reduce machine maintenance

All Eriez solids-from-liquids centrifuges are specifically engineered for heavy-duty industrial applications and will offer years of trouble-free operation. If service is ever required, our fully trained, licensed service technicians will have your machine running smoothly in no time.

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