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GNZ thickener is a new High rate thickener with central drive, automatic lifting rake that we have developed based on foreign technology .It is widely applicable to treatment of various industrial feed pulp, like coals, metal ore dressing water, metallurgy, chemical, tailings treatment, environmental protection etc.
When sizing a high rate thickener, one factor that limits the size and throughput in the unit is the available torque. This is particularly true with center driven, high rate thickeners. The use of a peripheral drive, like that on the Titan™, takes advantage of the long ‘lever arm’ of the raking mechanism, instead of being limited by it
High rate thickener units are provided in sizes ranging from 5' to 250' in diameter, and can accommodate drive head torques of up to 4 million foot pounds. They are available in shaft or cage driven models.
The drive head, together with the raking arms, are the heart of the mechanism since the entire operation of the thickener depends on their ability to convey continuously the dense underflows from the periphery of the tank to the center.
High rates usually require a combination of a stronger thickener mechanism and a lifting device. The amount of material larger than 250 micron (+60 mesh) in the feed. This affects tank bottom slope, drive and strength of mechanism.
The EIMCO K.C.P. Ltd is a leading manufacturer of equipment based on EIMCO, USA technology for Liquid – Solid Separation for Industrial and Environmental Applications: Thickening, Clarification, Classification, Vacuum Filtration, Aeration Systems etc.
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