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Guinard Centrifuge


  • N type

    N type

    Short Basket type
    Standard type, equipped with large slurry feed inlet and suitable for treating slurries containing coarse solids.
  • HLS type

    HLS type

    Washing liquid separation type
    Separated liquid and Washing Liquid are collected separately.
  • H type

    H type

    Tall Basket type
    Suitable for treating low concentration slurries or viscous liquids.
  • HL2 type

    HL2 type

    Two-stage washing type
    For more efficient performance of solid washing. You can also use two different types of washing liquid.
  • HL type

    HL type

    Single-stage washing type
    Capable of washing the separated solid by spraying a washing liquid.
  • HL2S type

    HL2S type

    Two-stage washing type Liquid separation type
    After the two-step washing, clarified liquid and washing liquid II/washing liquid I are collected separately.

Excellent Dehydration Centrifuge

Slurry is fed from the top of the machine in this stand type Guinard Continuous Centrifuge. Liquid in the slurry passes through the slit of the screen that rotates at high speed by centrifugal force, and then is separated. On the other hand, solid particles remaining inside the screen are scraped away by the scraper inside the rotator, and then discharged downwards.

Features of IHI's Guinard Centrifuge

  • Speedy Operation
  • Excellent Dehydration
  • Capability of washing separated solids
  • Capability of collecting mother liquid and washing liquid separately
  • Low Vibration & Compact size
  • Completely Closed type

Structures of IHI's Guinard Centrifuge

In the cone type casing, the cone type basket in which the screen is set is installed. Inside of the basket, a scraper is installed with small clearance to discharge the solid. The screen and the scraper rotate at high speed in the same direction at a constant relative rate of speed.
Slurry is fed from the top of the casing, and liquid is spread out of the rotator by centrifugal force.
Separated solids are scraped away from the rotator, and discharged from the outlet at the bottom of the machine.

Operation Example