gea-centrifuge-training-301-webinar-event

The material to be processed has a direct impact on both the materials used in decanter centrifuge construction and its configuration.

This webinar will review how to size, select and specify a decanter centrifuge based on the product being processed as well as the quality of cake and centrate required.  

We’ll discuss:

  • Solids characteristics effecting compaction, dewaterability and flowability 
  • Centrate quality requirements
  • Erosiveness of the solid
  • Corrosiveness of the liquid
  • Bowl configurations
  • Materials of construction
  • Centrate discharge methods
  • Motor and gear sizing
  • Cleaning methods

Previous GEA webinars have reviewed the basic operation of decanter centrifuges.  In this course, we’ll highlight options available for those who are specifying a decanter centrifuge for environmental, food, mining or specialty applications.

Attendees may want to review recording of the two previous webinars: 

Decanter Centrifuge 101 -- http://video.gea.com/decanter-centrifuge-training-101

Decanter Centrifuge 201 -- http://video.gea.com/gea-decanter-centrifuge-training

 

Presenters:

  • James D. Hanson, P.E., Decanter Product Specialist, GEA North America

Moderator:

  • Todd Marshall, Market Manager, Separation – Environmental Applications, GEA North America

Want to know more?

Contact us
gea-centrifuge-training-301-webinar-event

The material to be processed has a direct impact on both the materials used in decanter centrifuge construction and its configuration.

This webinar will review how to size, select and specify a decanter centrifuge based on the product being processed as well as the quality of cake and centrate required.  

We’ll discuss:

  • Solids characteristics effecting compaction, dewaterability and flowability 
  • Centrate quality requirements
  • Erosiveness of the solid
  • Corrosiveness of the liquid
  • Bowl configurations
  • Materials of construction
  • Centrate discharge methods
  • Motor and gear sizing
  • Cleaning methods

Previous GEA webinars have reviewed the basic operation of decanter centrifuges.  In this course, we’ll highlight options available for those who are specifying a decanter centrifuge for environmental, food, mining or specialty applications.

Attendees may want to review recording of the two previous webinars: 

Decanter Centrifuge 101 -- http://video.gea.com/decanter-centrifuge-training-101

Decanter Centrifuge 201 -- http://video.gea.com/gea-decanter-centrifuge-training

 

Presenters:

  • James D. Hanson, P.E., Decanter Product Specialist, GEA North America

Moderator:

  • Todd Marshall, Market Manager, Separation – Environmental Applications, GEA North America

Want to know more?

Contact us