Our Mud Cleaner completes consist of everything you need to plumb up to and operate the equipment as it own stand alone unit. Just select the Mud Cleaner and Shaker combination you need based off of the flow rate you need to process and what micron level you need to cut to.
You can option the equipment combination to be on a “Cut Awat Skid” so you can easily mount the unit over an existing tank.
If you do not have an existing tank to dump into, you can opt for an “Oil Feild Skid” on some models which will catch the under flow of the shaker allowiung you to redirect the fluid as needed.
If you need to retain a larger capacity we are more than capable of constructing and fitting the equipment on any size tank you need.
More on how to make your selection.
Triflo’s expertly designed line of mud cleaners are a cost effective, reliable solution to removing sands and solids from contaminated water. All of our units utilize Triflo patented static hydro-cyclones for solids separation. This offers many unique advantages as they do not utilize any moving parts which helps to keep operation cost and downtime to a minimum. In addition the produced water out of our cones flow through our “candy canes” into an open top atmospheric pressure discharge trough, instead of a pressured discharge manifold. This discharge method is unique to Triflo and allows our mud cleaners to be operated at lower pressure, as low as 25 PSI, reducing the size of pumps needed to power our units.
|HYDROCYCLONE SELECTION GUIDE|
|CONE SIZE||MAXIMUM CUT (MICRONS)||MAXIMUM FLOW RATE (GPMS)|
|2” (P.N. 03-00-051)||25||15-20|
|4” (P.N. 03-00-044)||35||65|
|10” (P.N. 03-00-382)||80||500|
Desanders are what larger diameter hydro-cyclones are typically referred as, and will be the next step in solids removal after an initial scalping shaker pass. Desanders are capable of handling large flow rates, up to 500 gpm per cone, but do not offer as fine of a cut. The underflow will be recirculated over a shaker and processed again while the overflow will be free to move on to the next stage, typically a desilter.
Desilters are what smaller diameter hydrocyclones are typically referred to as, and will generally be used directly after a desander. Occasionally desanders will not be necessary and the desilter will operate immediately after the scalping pass. While desilting cones can achieve a finer cut, down to 20 micron, than desander cones they cannot process at as high of a rate per cone and are headered together in order to meet the desired throughput. The Underflow will be recirculated over a shaker and processed again while the overflow will be free to move on to the next stage, whether it’s a centrifuge, chemical treatment, or a finished product.