When you're familiar with centrifuges, you'll see they are simple machines. They do one job, and when they're properly outfitted and operated, they do that one job extremely well. Our training and consulting services educate owners and operators on how to successfully run their equipment and optimize their separation process.
Before we dive into the role air pressure plays in centrifuge performance, it’s important to point out that air pressure is just one factor out of many. In other words, air pressure is important, but it’s not the whole picture. With that being said, here’s a look at how air pressure impacts centrifuge separators.
When it comes to centrifugal separation, there are numerous ways to increase efficiency and optimize the separation process. We’ve found that by taking the time to analyze your process and identify areas for improvement, businesses see a dramatic improvement
Here are four things that commonly affect the efficiency of centrifugal separation.