GN Solids Control makes various sizes and various standards centrifuges to meet for oil and gas drilling, no-oil drilling mud treatment, as well as industry waste separation.
In many cases, clients contact GN Solids Control sales team to ask for prices of GN centrifuges. They said their choice of centrifuge will depend on the characteristics and the price for this they want GN Solids Control to send them a draft quotation for all types of centrifuges.
Actually, it is impossible to quote prices if without the details information of the project or clients request on the separation centrifuges. Some of the reasons are that, GN Solids Control makes various types decanter centrifuge for oil gas drilling, slurry separation and industry separation.
GN Solids Control need the project information and clients’ request on the decanter centrifuge, then GN sales engineer can recommend clients suitable model with necessary standards.
Prices cannot be quoted without project information. As even for the same centrifuge model, price will vary much for different standard while treating different materials, like for the VFD centrifuges, for a same model, there are Explosion proof zone 1 and zone 2 for hazardous areas, there are CNEX, ATEX, and IECEX explosion proof standard for various market request. For the positive pressurized VFD control panel, there are 3 VFD or 2 VFD control panel per different field request. There are vortex tube cooking system and air conditioner cooling type VFD panel to suit for different ambient areas.
You can visit our website for information. And also there are non-explosion proof decanter and VFD panel for safety areas. Clients can choose the suitable standard based on his job site situation and his budget.
GN Solids Control website show some general centrifuge models for clients’ information.
Below are some general questions about centrifuge separation, but not limited to below:
1) Before entering into decanter centrifuge, where is the material coming from, and what treatment it have been down?
2) what is the solids & liquid percentage, and max. particle size before enter into centrifuge?
3) What kind of solids and liquid output you want to reach after centrifuge separation?
4) Handling capacity of centrifuge you want to reach?
and other information you can offer.