GEA CF decanter centrifuge with Active Torque Control (ATC)
GEA’s Active Torque Control (ATC) feature for CF decanter centrifuges can detect the stick-slip effect and adjust the decanter centrifuges automatically.
Designed to add intelligence to the decanter system, the ATC feature allows calibration and adjustment during operation for an optimal working point.
It features on-the-fly, automated correction of the differential speed by means of active torque control to ensure an optimal working point while avoiding stick-slip. This enables maximum solid yield, minimum energy costs for thermal drying and lower risk of system damage due to stick-slip.
The ATC automated monitoring and control system is available for the CF decanter series machines. There is also an option to retrofit existing CF decanters with ATC.
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