CF-55 Centrifuge Wastewater System

Specs

Process Capacity: 12 gpm

Supply Pump: 1/3 hp Sump Included

Footprint: 39.25" x 18.5"

Motor: 2 hp

Voltage: 230/460v, 3 phase

CF-55 Centrifuge Wastewater System

Filtration without media for industrial applications

The CF-55 Centrifuge Wastewater System offered by MFI is a manually cleaned, liquid- solid separator module providing efficient and reliable cleaning of process water, machine tool coolants, or oil in a wide variety of industrial applications. The robust construction is ideally suited to the characteristics of abrasive solids such as glass, quartz, ceramics, carbide, and metals.

It is capable of processing 12 gallons of wastewater per minute with a rotor volume of 1.75 gallons.

Process liquid is fed to the centrifuge rotor where the solids are centrifugally separated for easy removal via a reusable liner. Cleaning a full rotor only requires stopping the unit, opening the hinged cover, and removing the accumulated solids from the reusable liner.

The CF-55 incorporates a mild steel support frame, manually cleaned liner, and an electrical control package incorporating starters for the centrifuge and optional feed pump. Easy to set up and install requiring only 3 phase power.

Power · 230v 3 Phase, 60 Hertz
Construction· 304 SS Enclosure
· Aluminum for Rotor Assembly Optional
· Mild Steel Support Frame
Wheels· Heavy duty castors
· Two braking castors
Process Capacity· Flow Rate: 12 gpm (45 lpm)
· Rotor Volume: 1.75 gallons (6.6 liters)
Motor· 2 hp (1.5 kw) Drive Motor
Overall Footprint· 39.25” long (997mm) x 18.5 wide (469mm) x 26″ H (660mm)
Includes· Two Neoprene Liners
Electrical· NEMA 12 enclosure
· 110v Cover Limit switch or optional 24v electro-mechanical interlock
· CE Mark Available
· All 3 Phase Power Configurations Available

How It Works

Process liquid is fed to the centrifuge rotor where the solids are centrifugally separated for easy removal via a reusable liner. Cleaning a full rotor only requires stopping the unit, opening the hinged cover, and removing the accumulated solids from the reusable liner.