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Precautions for using a three-legged centrifuge

Date of issue:2020-02-27 Views:130

During the operation of the three-legged centrifuge, do not place solid materials to avoid the high-speed rotating drum pouring out the materials and hurting people, and the liquid is outside. It is strictly forbidden to exceed the larger volume of the three-legged centrifuge. What should I pay attention to when using a three-legged centrifuge? We need a certain technology to use a three-legged centrifuge, not blindly. We will explain the precautions for using a three-legged centrifuge below.


Note: If the material is a fluid, add the appropriate amount at a uniform speed to avoid the liquid in the water tank overflowing from the lower part of the three-legged centrifuge due to improper discharge.


Press the "Start" button to start the three-legged centrifuge. The three-legged centrifuge reaches a higher speed in 180 seconds. Press the "Abort" button to stop the three-legged centrifuge in 180 seconds. If the three-legged centrifuge oscillates violently during this process, press the stop button or immediately cut off the power to check whether the material is flat. After adjusting the data evenly, if it still oscillates, please immediately stop the machine and contact the manufacturer.


After the three-legged centrifuge reaches a higher speed, a large amount of liquid is discharged from the discharge pipe. After about 2 minutes, the material is basically dry, and almost no liquid flows out of the drain pipe. You can press the abort button.


When the three-legged centrifuge is idling, it will make a harsh noise when it reaches high speed. This is a normal phenomenon and disappears after the data is inserted. When the three-legged centrifuge is suspended, there will be burning paint after pressing the "abort" button. The smell of coke is caused by the heating of the braking resistor in the inverter. This is normal; the braking resistor is a high-temperature original. Do not touch with hands.


Place the filter bag in the fabric and lay it flat to ensure that the filter cloth is as close to the sides and bottom of the fabric as possible without too many wrinkles. The excess filter cloth on the upper edge of the liner is evenly packed between the casing and the liner. In the distance.


If the material is solid, put the material to be dehydrated into the liner evenly and evenly. After the material is put in, it should be as flat and even as possible. If the material is a fluid, it can be poured into a three-legged centrifuge at a higher speed. Or pump into the material.