Centrifuge Baskets and Screens

Carbis centrifuge screens, baskets and meshes are used worldwide to solve problems of liquid / solid separation within the Chemicals, Minerals, Plastics, Mining, Food and Petrochemical industries.

Carbis centrifuge screens and meshes are designed to improve product throughput, give lower residual moisture and give longer operating life using our highly developed screen technology.

Carbis centrifuge screens and meshes are designed and manufactured to fit Pusher, Screen Bowl Decanter, Screen Scroll, Peeler, Vibratory and Filtering centrifuges.

We manufacture our screens to fit Original Equipment manufactured by the following Original Equipment Manufacturers, Krauss Maffei, Siebtechnik, Tema, Broadbent, Bird, KHD, Humboldt, Escher-Wyss and Alfa-Laval.

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Sugar Mills

Flat, curved and cylindrical screens are used for juice filtration, separation and drainage
and for separating crushed sugar cane supply.

Salt Washeries

Cylindrical and conical type centrifuge baskets to suit most existing centrifuges having precise slot apertures, high mechanical strength and excellent corrosion resistance.

Coal & Coke Washeries

Flat and curved screens and Centrifuge Baskets for de-watering on stationery and moving frames, suction filters and centrifugal driers.

Cement, Chemical and Fertiliser Plants

Flat panels, curved screens, cylinders and cylindrical and conical centrifuge baskets.

Ore Beneficent Plants

In Iron and other Ore beneficent Plants, curved screens and centrifuge baskets used for efficient de-watering and recovery of fines.

Cellulose, Wood and Straw Pulp and Board Industries

Centrifuge baskets are used for preliminary screening for knot catchers and for fibre recovery. Screens ensure greater efficiency than the conventional perforated or milled plates.

Sewage, Effluent and Water Treatment

Treatment for the reduction of suspended solids. Wedge wire is also used in a technique for the consolidation of sludge when the flow rate is controlled at low operating pressures.