MAB 104 Centrifuge
High Speed Disc Stack Centrifuge
Separator Spares & Equipment, LLC is an Authorized Distributor for high-speed disc stack centrifuges manufactured by WSK Separators. The MAB 104 Centrifuge is extremely efficient in removing fine solid particles and liquid contaminants from different kinds of mineral oils. We supply a full line of solids-retaining centrifugal separators and recommended centrifuge spare parts.
MAB 104B-24 Solids Retaining Centrifuge
The MAB 104 high speed disc stack centrifuge is designed for purification or clarification of distillate, marine diesel oil, lubricating oils, and various mineral oils used on-board marine installations and in industrial applications. The MAB 104 solids retaining centrifuge is a proven designed for consistent high performance water and solid removal.
MAB 104 Centrifuge Design
The MAB 104 separator is driven by a horizontal drive shaft, friction clutch, worm wheel gear, and vertical drive shaft. This is all housed within the separator frame; the worm wheel gear is situated in an oil bath to ensure smooth running. The brake is situated on the top part of the frame; braking directly onto the bowl.
The bowl is fixed onto the vertical drive shaft situated in the top part of the frame. The frame hood is hinged to enable easy access when cleaning or carrying out maintenance.
The MAB 104 centrifuge is arranged as a purifier, but all parts necessary to transform it into a clarifier are supplied. The separation takes place in a solids-retaining bowl arranged for either clarification or purification. In both cases, contaminated oil is fed through the center, and centrifugal force separates it into phases. The sludge is forced outwards, so it’s easy to remove. The accumulated sludge and solid particles are removed from the bowl regularly by hand. A liquid seal in the bowl prevents oil from escaping through the water outlet.
Separator Throughputs and Capacities
The MAB 014 Separator is designed for continuous treatment of fuel & lube oils, hydraulic, diesel, turbine, and waste oils. (Throughputs may vary depending on temperature and viscosity of liquids.)