6/5/2012

Semi-Automatic Centrifuge Reduces Water, Compound Consumption

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Rosler’s Z800 HA semi-automatic centrifuge is designed for process water treatment and recirculation in mass finishing and wet blasting applications.

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Rosler’s Z800 HA semi-automatic centrifuge is designed for process water treatment and recirculation in mass finishing and wet blasting applications. The centrifuge extracts water from slurries and separates waste materials. It can handle as much as 300 gallons per hour.
 

The self-contained system is equipped with electronic controls and a coarse particle screen that is easy to clean, the company says. The sturdy, corrosion-resistant collection and clear water tanks are made from durable polyethylene and are shipped pre-installed. Units can be connected to multiple mass finishing machines, and they arrive ready for quick setup and installation, the company says. The Z800 HA can be fitted with an automatic compound and water make-up system. Optional Turbo-floc packages assist with challenging applications, help stabilize the process water and optimize performance. 

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