Electric H20 Filtration

Centrifugal Separator

The Electric H2O Centrifugal Separator uses centrifugal force to separate suspended particles from the fluid. Afferent fluid enters the tangential inlet port where the velocity is increased by an internal accelerator ring in the body of the separator. As the fluid spins through separation chamber, the centrifugal force caused by the accelerator ring forces particles to move toward the perimeter of the chamber. Concentrated particles are forced along the separator wall, traveling downward to the collection chamber, while the clean fluid is forced to change direction by the redirection plate. The vortex breaker allows the particles to settle in the collection chamber. Particles concentrated in the collection chamber are periodically purged or continuously bled form he separator as required by each application.

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