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The Hanil J-1250 High Speed Continuous Flow Centrifuge. Unique design with front door for easy rotor access.

High-speed tubular centrifuges are used mainly for separating solid components from fermentation or BioReactor suspensions. Continuous Flow Centrifugation is used to separate two liquids and remove a solid at the same time. The liquid is fed into the rotor from below while the centrifuge is running. The suspension components are stratified by density in the rotor. The liquid(s) are discharged continuously via the run-off top tray. The solid remains in the rotor.

The end product is either the solid material in the Bowl Rotor or the separated liquid collected in decanting vessel.

Applications


• Pharmaceutical Areas
Collection of pharmaceutical intermediates, herb extracts, plant fibers and cholera.

• Food Processing Areas
Soy bean, fat, vegetable oil, starches, grains, gelatin, amino acids, soy sauce, reducing fat in milk.

• Chemistry Industry Areas
Cleaning and collection of ink, paints, ammonia, barium, aluminum, zinc, activated charcoal and staining.

• Waste Water Treatment
Cleaning on straining waste water, leather waste water, petroleum tank sludge, waste oil.

• The Other Fields
Milk fat processing, cosmetics, cod-liver oil, yeast processing, and many other separation of solution and collection of solids.

Please CALL +1-908-604-1417 or Email gotosam@gotosam.com for further information.

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Hanil J-1250 High Speed Continuous Flow Centrifuge.
Hanil J-1250 Continuous Flow Centrifuge

The Hanil J-1250 High Speed Continuous Flow Centrifuge. Unique design with front door for easy rotor access.
High-speed tubular centrifuges are used mainly for separating solid components from fermenter suspensions.
Specifications:

* Bowl Capacity: 9 Litres

* Max. RPM: 15,000rpm
* Max RCF: 15,800xg
* Max Capacity: 2,200L/H
* Motor: 3.7 Kw
* Display: Digital LCD
* DIMS: 500(W) x 845(D) x 1,550(H)/mm
* Weight: 600 Kg

Call +1-908-604-1417 or email
gotosam@gotosam.com for further information.
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