CX Screen Scoll Centrifuge
- Consists of less than 20 main components
- Planetary gearbox used for extra torque
- Dual drive pulley system
- Drive motor and oil tank outside main frame
- Choice of bottom or side liquid discharge
- No cantilever effect
Multotec industrial centrifuges and decanters, used in many dewatering and classifying applications in the global mineral processing industry, achieve accurate solid/liquid separation for a range of industries. Sourced from Siebtechnik Tema, they are an economical and efficient solution for dewatering large quantities of solids to low final moistures in fast cycle times.
They are ideally suited for use with a wide range of minerals and ores, such as coal, copper and precious metals among others.
The Siebtechnik Tema industrial centrifuges are compact units requiring little space. The compact design makes them ideal for small operating areas. In addition, they:
High-performance Siebtechnik industrial decanter centrifuges that reduce waste and increase performance.
The Conturbex screen scroll centrifuge revolutionises solid/liquid separation with its unique scrolled designs.
Multotec supplies the wear-resistant Siebtechnik vibrating screen centrifuge to all coal dewatering applications.
Multotec supplies the Siebtechnik pusher centrifuge for low solids loss for very fine solids separation.
The Siebtechnik Conthick centrifuge combines pre-thickening with accurate solid/liquid separation.
Siebtechnik Turbo Screen decanter centrifuge is designed for high-performance solid/liquid separation.
The Siebtechnik twin Cone decanter is for high-performance, isolated clarification and drying of fine-grained solids.
Siebtechnik short bowl decanters for maximum control of fine solid separation in all dewatering applications.
The Siebtechnik Centriflex laboratory centrifuge is ideal for separating solid/liquid mixtures with high centrifugal forces.
The Siebtechnik Turbo Cascade Sliding Centrifuge is for dewatering coarse, uniform solids with no blinding.
Range of coal centrifuges with basket diameters 800 to 1 650 mm including vibrating and screen scroll centrifuges.
Get in touch with your local mineral processing specialists.
Multotec has extensive process knowledge enabling them to identify which industrial centrifuge can optimise specific separation requirements. Selecting the correct industrial centrifuge significantly reduces the cost of thermal drying, and Multotec’s experts will guide you in this process.
We assess your process design and throughput to tailor your industrial centrifuge to optimum specifications. The compact nature of these Siebtechnik Tema centrifuges means they are easy to install, for both retrofit projects and Greenfield developments.
Our industrial centrifuges:
Centrifugal decanters from Multotec are available in 3 distinct, application-specific types and come with international service and support.
TS Decanter Centrifuge: typically used in gas-tight process systems
DZ Decanter Centrifuge: supplied in an open process, vapour-tight and gas-tight design
DZS Screen Decanter Centrifuge: combination of a solid bowl decanting centrifuge and screen scroll centrifuge
The decanter centrifuge is considered the most versatile centrifuge type of all the machines operating on the centrifugal principle. It also has the most overall market share in the world.
This large market share can be attributed to the required legislation around the world that pertains to reduced waste content in effluent. The mineral processing industry’s requirements for maximum production plant efficiency have also contributed to the decanter centrifuge’s large footprint.
The Siebtechnik Tema screen roll centrifuge and vibrating screen centrifuge are the 2 longest standing centrifuges offered by Multotec.
The first Siebtechnik Tema vertical screen scroll centrifuge for industrial applications was developed in 1938, and the first horizontal centrifuge developed in 1954 with the name CONTURBEX. Today there are thousands of these centrifugal screening machines in use worldwide.
The Siebtechnik Tema vibrating screen centrifuges have been successfully used for dewatering coal since 1965 and are reliable coarse coal centrifuges.