Used Peeler Centrifuge Kraus Maffei HZ80
Here we are introducing a used Peeler Centrifuge that was manufactured in 1980 by the German company Kraus Maffei. The Peeler Centrifuge had been operating in anode sludge / silver sludge.
The drum diameter is 800 mm, the inner height of the drum is 400 mm. This results in a filter area of 1 m2. The drum shell is 18 mm thick and it has a nominal capacity of 83 dm3.
Dimensions, for this Peeler Centrifuge are as follows:
- L 2100 mm
- W 1600 mm
- H 1400 mm.
- The total weight is approx. 2400 kg.
All parts of the used Peeler Centrifuge consist of V4A / stainless steel and the speed is 1380 1/min.
Following, are the included accessories:
- Hydraulics for the scraper blade Langen & Co K3-10
- Main drive hydraulics: L 1200 mm x W 800 mm x H 1000 mm
- Switch cabinet: L 1800 mm x W 400 mm x H 800 mm
- Spare parts
A documentation in German as well as the test reports are also enclosed.
This used Peeler Centrifuge can be seen by appointment in our warehouse in Sinsheim, Germany and will be available from January 2020.
|Max. bowl speed:||1380 1/min|
|Inner diameter drum:||800 mm|
|Drum wall thickness:||18 mm|
|Interior drum length:||Drum height 400 mm|
|Permissible sediment density:||5,0 kg/dm3|
|Max. filling volume:||83 dm3|
|Dimensions:||L 2100 mm x W 1600 mm x H 1400 mm|
|Empty weight:||2400 kg|
|Accessories:||Langen & Co hydraulic K3-10 with tool, hydraulic: L 1200 mm x W 800 mm x H 1000 mm, switch cabinet: L 1800 mm x W 400 mm x H 800 mm, spare parts.|
What is a used Peeler Centrifuge
Peeler Centrifuges with perforated drums belong to the discontinuous filter centrifuges. Peeler centrifuges with full-jacket drums belong to the group of discontinuous sedimentation centrifuges. The drum rotates horizontally.
The used Peeler Centrifuge is extremely robust and can be operated at very high speeds. The solids are discharged in batches with the aid of a hydraulically driven, retractable scraper blade.
The field of application for used peeler centrifuges is very versatile.
It is often used for inorganic and organic crystal products. The same applies to biological products such as starch, antibiotics and protein.