SE Davis & Son Ltd commissioned the second Baioni high performance centrifuge
- 23 February 2011
- Company & Industry News
S.E. Davis & Son company specializes in contract hire washing plants with their own designed washing system have recently chosen Baidec series decanter centrifuge for the second time after having used the first one for 2 years. Mounted in a trailer style transportable unit, which has proved to be an efficient method of dealing with slits and sludge below 74 microns, it enables them to operate in sites with limited space and no methods available for settling silt water. The first centrifuge used can be transported form site to site and be set-up within a very short time.
The second centrifuge has been installed in a purpose built containerised unit designed by Paul Davis specifically to meet the demands of their hire fleet requirements, again the containerised unit complete with its Baioni control panel and automatic polymer dosing system can be transported to sites and be set-up very fast to cope with high levels of silt flow being also able to return water back to the washing plant for reuse.
The Baidec series decanters come with their own special PLC control system allowing the infinite control of the bowl and scroll speed and the polymer dosage. Given the various materials experienced on contract hire, it is very important to have an accurate control of the machine. Baioni PLC control systems with its touch screen display has a manual and an automatic control, which allows the centrifuge to be programmed to a set period of operation without operator attendance. The centrifuge will shut down after the programmed period and 10 minutes before the end of its shift it will automatically go though a washing process and make the centrifuge ready for the next start-up.
The Baioni range of centrifuges was developed over a period of time specifically to meet the needs of recycling industry and with their needs to deal with heavy sludge and several material input, the unique design of the Baidec scroll can produce up to 20% more than conventional centrifuges in recycled and quarried materials.