Centrifugal Separators

Featured industries served by the Liquid Solid Separator: Food & Beverage, Pharmaceuticals, Chemicals, Coatings, Ceramics, Water Processing, Recycling

Our centrifugal separator are ideal for removing high-load suspended solids from liquid slurries

The Russell Liquid Solid Separator™ is an advanced version of traditional separators for liquid-based applications. This multi-purpose industrial centrifuge has the ability to deal with soft and fibrous oversized solids and is adaptable to virtually any process. The centrifugal action of the impeller provides the machine with the ability to achieve high capacity liquid solid separation on fine meshes down to 20 microns.

Our centrifuge filtration systems can easily match capacities of 60" diameter vibratory screens and is ideal for applications that require high capacity filtration where investment into other separators such as centrifuges is not viable.

Contact us for more information on how this centrifugal separator can help you with your unique requirements.

Features & Benefits

Centrifugal Liquid Solid Separator Separator

  • Increase your productivity - Capable of handling high flow rates of liquid slurries up to 100,000 l/hr

  • Reduce your costs - Liquid Solid Separators™ reduce loss of good product and disposal costs of effluent streams

  • Operator friendly - Simple to operate and tune for optimum separation quality

  • Easy cleaning - Stripdown and assembly easily accomplished by one operator. Spray bar system available for backflushing the mesh either during or at end of a production run

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Frequently Asked Questions

How centrifugal separators work? 

Using centrifugal force generated by the high-speed rotational element spinning inside of the separator, the heavier and larger particle size materials (solids) are separated from the lighter and smaller particle size materials such as liquids which passes through a filter media of a determined aperture. Both solids and liquids are discharged at the same time via different outlets, allowing for a continuous separation process to be achieved.

Where are centrifugal separators used?

The most common applications where these separators are used are in the waste water, waste oil and dairy industry as it allows for large scale separation of liquids from solids. Centrifugal separators are versatile machines and come with varying sizes of mesh screens making them ideal for all kinds of applications from cheese production, plastic recycling and juice and pectin processing.