4'' & 10'' polyurethane hydrocyclones for desander and desilter

Group Polyurethane Hydrocyclones for Desander & Desilter
Min. Order 10 piece
Terms of Payment T/T
Update Time 2017-12-23
Item specifics
ApplicationSeparate the solid particles from drill
Inlet Size75-150mm
Treating Capacity80-130 m3/h(616GPM)
Screen Area1.0m2 ~2.4 m2
Outlet Size125-200mm
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4'' & 10'' polyurethane hydrocyclones  for desander and desilter

The high efficiency liquid/liquid hydrocyclone provides maximum oil/water separation efficiency, and the solid/liquid hydrocyclone is a cyclone clarifier that offers continuous solids removal from liquid. Both can be used in industrial process water, industrial reuse, oil/water separation, and clarification/separation applications.

The liquid/liquid hydrocyclone is one of the most advanced, yet least complicated oil/water separation devices available. It effectively removes free oil and grease in a compact package, at a cost far less than other types of separators. Liquid/liquid hydrocyclones are ideal for oily process water and oil-field produced water applications. 

The solid/liquid hydrocyclone offers effective solids removal in a compact package. It can handle high levels of solids, with removal capabilities down to five micron.Solid/liquid hydrocyclones are ideal for treating oily process water and oil-field produced water, desanding of injection water and for sand jetting systems applications.

Due to the higher recovery rates of the 10, 12, 15 and 20 inch (250, 305, 380 and 500mm) Classifying Cyclones, an optimum amount of fine particles that are washed will be recovered from a dilute stream and transported to downstream dewatering equipment.

Available in 10, 12, 15, and 20-inch (250, 305, 380, 500mm) diameters

Unique lower cone arrangement permits ultra fine separations

Ranging from near 60 to 200 mesh and (0.250 to 0.074mm) D95 separation size

Will increase recovery

Exceptional abrasion resistance

Reaction bonded silicon carbide ceramic in lower cones, nitride bonded silicon, and carbide ceramic in upper sections

Ceramic liners are encased with polyurethane so no steel housings to corrode.