Mammoth 2276

(660GPM)/(2500L/min)

The North American made Mammoth-2276 is the ideal centrifuge for use in the solids control industry, with a proven track record in the harshest environments around the world. This high volume centrifuge design creates immediate value to the clients by:

    To complement the Mammoth-2276’s larger bowl is a KHT-125 96:1 gearbox. This gearbox creates an output of 175,000 in/lbs., which is far superior to the industry average, which typically only creates 30,000 to 53,000 in/lbs. ultimately the KHT-125 gearbox facilitates an increase in the volume of solids that the Mammoth-2276 can remove. This is especially critical when working with weighted muds where the required volume of solids to be removed is substantial, and requires additional torque from the centrifuge.

    Features and Benefits
    • A high capacity 22"x 76" bowl reduces the need for high RPM`s required to increase G Force, resulting in a lower velocity of liquids and solids. This ultimately reduces wear and tear on all components.
    • The larger bowl diameter and length further increases residence time and efficiency of separation.
    • The Kayden designed 96:1 ratio, planetary gearbox delivers 175,000 in/ lbs. output torque to handle high solids loading, driven by a 100 HP motor with variable speed control.
    • Use of high grade stainless steel construction for all process liquid wetted parts.
    • Four vibration mounts isolating the bowl carrier frame. These protect the main bearings during transport and ensure quiet operation.
    • The variable pitch flights on the conveyor are optimized for solids removal and increase overall efficiency.
    • The axial flow conveyor inside each centrifuge is precision balanced to provide smooth, vibration free operation, and long service life.
    • A unique Kayden Industries design increases the dewatering capacity of each centrifuge, and allows the centrifuge to process high feed volumes.
    • A remote electrical control panel can be placed within 75' of the centrifuge.
    • A 'torque out' reset eliminates mechanical shear pins.