Flat Filter Centrifuge



The Flat Filter Centrifuge is top discharging, hermetic closure type equipment.  The material is fed into the drum through the feeding pipe on the hermetic closure casing; under the action of the centrifuge force field, the liquid-phase passes through the filter medium and the discharged out of the machine, while the solid-phase material is retained inside the drum and, after the machine is stopped, the material is discharged from the top.  The centrifuge has such features as smooth running, easy & convenient operation as well as conducting feeding, washing and dehydrating under the state of hermetic closure, etc.


Flat Filter Centrifuge filtration

Takes centrifugal force as a driving force, adding suspension into the perforated drum with filtering medium (such as filter cloth and filter cloth), solid particles trapped on filter media, liquid flowing through the cake layer and outflowing, and finally completes filtration operation separated from filtrate and filter cake.


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  • Low temperature rating: -40c
  • All contact parts made by SS304/316
  • Reinforced Sight Glass
  • Bi-Directional Agitation
  • Auto/Manual Controls
  • Digital HMI Interface
  • Variable Speed Control
  • Easy Material Loading/ Unloading
  • Heavy-Duty Spin Drying
  • No foundation required


Additional information

Weight N/A
Dimensions N/A
Capacity Per Batch

15 LBS., 30 LBS., 50 LBS., 90 LBS., 200 LBS.


240 VAC, 480 VAC





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