DC dewatering decanter centrifuge is GW series decanter centrifuge with beach angle of 11 degrees. DC GW series decanter centrifuge is usually used dewatering and thickening purpose. It is widely used for maximum dewatering requirements of municipal and industrial wastewater sludge.

Today we shipped a set of DCLW350-1200 decanter centrifuge to pakistan used for wastewater treatment. The dewatering decanter centrifuge is designed for easy separation material include large particle size, high density difference of solid and liquid, low viscosity, high concentration, high treatment capacity and higher dryness than clarity. The materials like sludge or wastewater containing fine particles usually need to be added with flocculants to gather the fine particles condensed into large ones, and then dewatered with DCLW series decanter centrifuge.

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The characteristics of Decanter centrifuge by DC

:1. Innovative design includes longer bowl, allowing drilling fluids to thread through more slowly, thus resulting in drier solids and finer separation point;
2. Big bowl offers big volume. It also generates high-G force;
3. Stainless steel bowl, scroll, compartment are available and covered with corrosion-proof coating so as to have longer lifespan;
4. Tungsten carbide scroll points with wide spacing flights at tapered end create a finer layer of conveyed solids for consistent, uniform separation and maximum solids control efficiency.
5. German FAG or Swedish SKF brand bearings are available;
6. Electrical Components complies with SIEMENS/Schneider ATEX or IEC Ex.

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DC Machinery not only provide users with Dewatering Decanter Centrifuges, rely on DC rich production line of separation and conveying equipment. DC can also provide users with turnkey solutions for the material dewatering process, including solutions for material transportation, classification and dewatering.

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