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Rotating speed difference of decanter centrifuge

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The rotating speed of the decanter centrifuge drum can be adjusted steplessly in a relatively large range. By adjusting the rotating speed, the separation factor of the decanter centrifuge can be controlled to adapt to different mud requirements. Generally speaking, the larger the sludge particle and the greater the density, the lower the separation factor, and the higher the separation factor.

The initial settling sludge generally only needs a small α value to obtain a better dewatering effect. Although the digested sludge particles become smaller, due to the increased density, the required α value is basically equivalent to that of the primary sludge. The density of activated sludge is small, and the size of sludge particles is also small. To obtain a higher dewatering effect, a larger α value is required. The higher the SVI value of the activated sludge, the larger the required α value. The longer the sludge age, the larger the required α value. The activated sludge in the expanded state generally requires a high-speed decanter decanter centrifuge to dehydrate. The required α value of mixed sludge depends on the proportion of activated sludge. The higher the ratio of activated sludge, the greater the required α value. When the mud quality is unchanged, increasing the value of α can increase the recovery rate of dehydrated solids and improve the clarity of the separation liquid. As the value of α increases, energy consumption also rises, so unless a high solids recovery rate is required, an excessively high value of α is not required.

GN dewatering decanter centrifuge is P series decanter centrifuge with beach angle of 11 degrees. GN P series decanter centrifuge is usually used dewatering and thickening purpose. It is widely used for maximum dewatering requirements of municipal and industrial wastewater sludge. The dewatering decanter centrifuge is designed for easy separation material include large particle size, high density difference of solid and liquid, low viscosity, high concentration, high treatment capacity and higher dryness than clarity. The materials like sludge or wastewater containing fine particles usually need to be added with flocculants to gather the fine particles condensed into large ones, and then dewatered with P series decanter centrifuge.