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Offline higgy19

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Centrifuge plans anyone
« on: October 11, 2010, 10:50:10 AM »
Looking for Centrifuge plans, can anyone help. Sounds like Will the Prancer doesn't want to show.

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Re: Centrifuge plans anyone
« Reply #1 on: April 08, 2014, 11:08:51 PM »
I've acquired the technical drawings for every HY-G built from 12" to 38", my first build is going to be the one pictured below which is the 12 inch model with a shaker screen mounted on top.

Here's the specs on this machine.

Specification  Sheet

Feed  Capacity (will vary with material) - 70 to 130 lbs per minute

Typical  fluidization  water  required - 32  to  40 gpm

Fluidization  water  pressure - 23  to  30  psi

Water  inlet  pipe  size - 1-1/2 inch pipe

Feed  Density  - 5  to  65%  solids by weight

Feed  Size - 6 mm  maximum

Typical  flush  cycle  duration - 3  to  5  minutes (manual flush)

Bowl  force  upon  ore - 70 Gs  at  640 rpm

Motor - Electric, 2 Hp, 110/220 volt, 1 Ph, TEFC industrial  grade or 2 Hp, 230/460 volt, 3 ph.

Water  pressure  gage - 4 inch precision, liquid filled, 0-60 psi

Ore  feed  hopper - Unit can be manually bucket fed, or by slurry pump, or by small conveyor.

Inlet  water  requirements - Near clear and filtered to 50 mesh

Forty Eight Sheets of drawings for the 12 inch centrifuge.






Twenty one inch centrifuge at work.


gustvus

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Re: Centrifuge plans anyone
« Reply #2 on: April 14, 2014, 03:45:20 PM »
Deposited the DXF machine files this afternoon to the shop which has this cool laser, my parts are now in queue for cutting. I'm having enough parts cut out to manufacture two 12 inch centrifuges.








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Re: Centrifuge plans anyone
« Reply #3 on: April 29, 2014, 01:18:49 AM »
Hi Gustavus...with a capacity of about 100 lbs/min...what size of wash plant (yds/hr) could you feed directly into the cyclone? Can you vary the feed rate through your cyclone and still get the same rate of recovery? Having drawings to build from certainly helps on the trial and error costs. Thanks for sharing. NN

 


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