Alfa Laval - Decanter Centrifuge Rebuilds Indicators

When is it time to rebuild your decanter centrifuge?

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Performing regular maintenance on your decanter centrifuge can keep you up and running smoothly for years, but eventually your machine may require a full rebuild to maintain performance. That’s why we put together this list of indicators to help you make the case for rebuilding your equipment.

A rebuild can restore or improve your equipment’s dewatering or thickening performance. It can also be significantly less expensive than a new decanter centrifuge or full rotating assembly.

If you are experiencing more than three of the indicators below, it may be time to think about a rebuild.

 

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Equipment operating for more than ~ 15K hours (can vary based on plant and application)

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Reduced capacity from original specifications

 

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Reduced cake dryness

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Increased power draw for the same loading

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Increased vibrations from your steady state

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Atypical or cyclic sounds

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Increased bearing temperature

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Unexpected alarms or equipment stops

Need help determining if a rebuild is right for you? Talk to a rebuilds expert today and schedule your free equipment assessment!

 

Download the interactive version of this list.

Need help determining if a rebuild is right for you? Talk to a rebuilds expert today and schedule your free equipment assessment!


What's included? An Alfa Laval expert will visit your site for a full inspection of your equipment. You’ll receive a estimate for disassembly, cleaning and evaluation that includes options to fit your budget and deliver the performance you will most benefit from.

Schedule your free equipment assessment

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