I am looking for a material of construction suitable for an industrial decanter centrifuge. The feed contains mixed sulfate and chloride crystals in a solution containing 2% free HCl. Operating temperature would be about 80° C. Ideal material would be corrosion and abrasion resistant, with high structural strength (to withstand about 3000 g). It must also be possible to spin cast the material.
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Brian Dalder Forum Moderator 169 Posts
Re: Are there materials of construction suitable for spin casting?15 June 2009 at 1:29pmNormally, for processes containing chlorides and 2% HCl at 80° C, I would suggest a nickel-based alloy like N06022, N10276, or N06200. Casting would require using a cast equivalent version. However, I do not believe any of these HCl resistant alloys commonly used in the chemical industry are suitable for spin casting since they melt at high temperatures. Good luck in your search.