“Next level” desanding with the BE 600-C


BAUER MAT Slurry Handling Systems recently brought the new BE 600-C desanding plant on the market as a successor of the established BE 550. This 2-stage plant with double cyclone design is installed within a container frame, and includes a reservoir tank, solids discharge, hose guide, all-round access platform and upstream coarse screen. It delivers 174 kW of power and a considerable throughput capacity of 600 m3/h. This means that the plant can process up to 120 t of solids per hour – setting new standards in the field of desanding.

The BE 600-C, is comprised of 2 standard Type BE 300-C desanding plants. After being fully treated in a first step, the slurry is pumped through the second tank inside (rather than outside) the plant toward the desilter unit. Another feature is the comparatively low space requirement, as pumps and desilters are located within the container frame and not outside, as would be the case for standard double cyclone plants. The BE 600-C thus achieves a base area of just 6.1 x 5.9 m.

Because all components are installed within the container frame, it is possible to carry out transport, assembly and commissioning on site, quickly and easily. As needed, the BE 600-C can be divided back into 2 individual BE 300-C units, and the upstream coarse screen can also feed just a single unit.

While, each of the 2 individual plants features a 12’’ touch screen display, the complete plant can also be operated from a single screen in master-slave mode.

This MAT equipment can be used anywhere bentonite or cement slurry needs to be mixed.

More than 30 years of expertise in mixing and separation technology contribute to the process when equipment or components are newly developed or enhanced at BAUER MAT Slurry Handling Systems, but new trends such as digitalization and automation are also in focus.

With the new BE 600-C, BAUER MAT Slurry Handling Systems has taken a major step towards that goal.

Source: BAUER Group

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