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What is a Centrifugal Separator

Centrifugal separators use centrifugal force to separate solids from a liquid phase. Aspirating solid particles from fluids to result in smoother engine/application operation by reducing wear on engine components.

During the evolution process (liquid/solid separation), the purified fluid moves towards the center of the drum and is discharged through the outlet. Solid contaminants move toward the bowl perimeter and collect on the centrifuge bowl walls.

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Some centrifugal separators are pressure driven and some are directly driven by electric motors.

Centrifugal separators are used in a variety of industries to protect a variety of applications from harmful contaminants. They are commonly used in the natural gas, power generation, transportation, marine and mining industries to separate products from liquids for various purposes.

A centrifugal separator is usually a cylindrical-shaped unit that will turn and rotate at high speed within a larger stationary container. Most large centrifugal separators have a stack of disks to aid in filtration. This creates a larger surface area for faster separation and helps transport heavier particles to the outer bowl walls.

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