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What are the common failures of flat plate centrifuges?

Date of issue:2020-04-15 Views:262

The flat plate centrifuge is generally a three-legged pendulum structure, and the three-legged is equipped with a tension spring to avoid oscillation caused by unbalanced load. The inner shell is made of stainless steel and is durable. The brake is generally installed with a brake opening and closing arm, and the braking performance is good. Triangle tape transmission is used, the starting wheel is driven by the motor, and it starts slowly to normal speed, and the operation is stable without oscillation.


Common faults and treatment methods of flat plate centrifuge:


1. Excessive oscillation, the first reason is that the dehydrated items are placed unevenly and the individual parts are loose, and then see if the foundation is solid;


2. After the power is connected, the liner does not turn. Please check whether the starting Lanling tape is stained with oil, and clean it in time;


3. The brake installation fails or the braking time is too long. At this time, we should first check whether the brake connector screws are loose, and then check the tape wear and do corresponding treatment;


4. The water discharge pipe is blocked, check if there is something blocked in the water pipe, just clean it;


5. The bearing seat is hot, check if there is any problem with the lubrication, just add some lubricating oil


The first part of the flat plate centrifuge is the liner. There are small holes around the liner, and the clothes to be dehydrated are placed in the liner. The flat plate centrifuge motor drives the liner to rotate at high speed through the belt. Therefore, a large centrifugal force is generated, so the water is thrown out through the small holes in the inner bladder and is discharged uniformly after being collected.


In general, regarding wet clothes, the drying effect achieved by the plate centrifuge after two minutes of operation is almost the same as the effect achieved by the dryer after twenty minutes of operation. Therefore, a method of saving time and energy is to perform dehydration operation on the wet clothes, and then perform the drying operation after the water is removed.