High Speed Tubular Centrifuge for Coconut Water Treatment

Not long ago, GN shipped out one set high speed tubular centrifuge for a Southeast client from coconut production industry. The ordered unit is used to extract coconut oil.

Some tropical island countries or continental coastal are the main growth areas of coconut trees. Coconut planting and processing can also bring economic benefits to some local industries. Coconut oil is usually extracted from crushed coconut meat and can be used in food, detergent processing, beauty and skin care products processing and other industries. The filtered liquid after coconut crushing contains water and coconut oil. The function of high-speed tubular centrifuge is to separate water and coconut oil, so as to obtain relatively pure coconut oil products.

Among the known industrial production scale centrifugal separation equipment, the tubular centrifuge has the highest separation G force, which determines the dominant position of this equipment in treating the liquid phase with low solid content and separating the two liquid phases with small specific gravity difference. Considering the single equipment production capacity, efficiency and cost, GNGF105 is usually used as the preferred model for coconut oil production.

The enclosure of GNGF105 tubular centrifuge has round and square design. The rotor can be made of stainless steel 304 or 316L, the casing is made of cast iron, lined and wrapped with stainless steel, which has both aesthetic and protective effects. Considering the convenience of disassembly and cleaning of the rotor, the door opening design can be selected for the casing to improve the work efficiency.

High speed usually reduces the processing capacity. Therefore, in projects with high processing capacity requirements, GN recommends increasing the order quantity or selecting spare rotors to increase work efficiency.

GN high-speed tubular centrifuge is divided into GQ clarification type and GF separation type. Targeted selection is required for different separation requirements. For more information about tubular centrifuges, please contact GN Separation.