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20' Modular Slurry Separation Plant
20' MSSP Base Tank
FLC 2000 (4-Panel) with 6" Cones
FLC 2000 (4-Panel)
Cascade 2000
DE-1000 FHD

MODULAR SLURRY SEPARATION PLANT

Utilizing Platform Strategy, Derrick’s versatile Modular Slurry Separation Plant can be used for various civil construction applications such as horizontal drilling, microtunneling, and slurry wall milling. The innovative design provides optimal flexibility for a wide range of ground conditions. The plant integrates a three-chambered modular base tank with electrical control panel, one or two centrifugal pumps to feed the hydrocyclones, and shaker platform(s). The base tank can accommodate up to three Derrick equipment platforms for multiple slurry separation equipment combinations to meet the end-user requirements.

  • 20′ Base Tank
  • FLC 2000 4-Panel
  • FLC 2000 4-Panel with 6″ Cones
  • DE-1000 FHD Centrifuge
  • Cascade 2000

FEATURES & BENEFITS

  • 238.1’’ (L) x 95.8’’ (W) x 102.1” (H)
  • Approximately 6200 gallon capacity
  • Accommodates up to three equipment platforms (3rd platform requires platform extensions)
  • (3) Chambered construction
  • Integrated hydrocyclone feed pump(s) 8 x 6 x 14 with 75HP Motor
  • Common Electrical Panel (460v, 60Hz, 3 Phase)
  • Stairwell with handrails
  • Mounted on 8’ (W) x 15’ (L) platform
  • Super G® vibratory motors provide continuous high G-force linear motion
  • Top feeder
  • “Rapid Change” quick screen tensioning system
  • Deck angle adjustment (-1˚ to + 7˚)
  • Integral underflow sump, walkway and handrails
  • Accommodates Derrick urethane, flat and Pyramid® screen panels (typically uses 20 to 80 mesh urethane screens)
  • Platform twist locks in place on top of base tank • Unit provides initial screening of up to 800 GPM
  • Mounted on 8’ (W) x 15’ (L) platform
  • (8) 6” Hydrocyclones (1600 GPM), d50 cut point 30-35 micron
  • Super G vibratory motors provide continuous high G-force linear motion
  • Top feeder with 6” Victaulic incoming feed connection
  • “Rapid Change” quick screen tensioning system • Deck angle adjustment (-1˚ to + 7˚)
  • Integral underflow sump, walkway and handrails
  • Accommodates Derrick urethane, flat and Pyramid screen panels (typically uses 100 to 200 mesh Pyramid screens)
  • Platform twist locks in place on top of base tank • Unit is fed via hose by centrifugal pump located on base tank
  • Mounted on 8’ (W) x 15’ (L) platform
  • Complete with 50 HP motor (460v, 3 Phase, 60Hz)
  • Integral centrifugal acceleration exceeding 2300 G’s
  • Maximum bowl speed of 3400 RPM
  • Conveyor differential speeds 3 to 90 RPM
  • Maximum capacity of 150 GPM
  • Nominal cut point of 5 to 8 micron
  • Suitable for Class 1, Division 1, Group C and D areas
  • Positive displacement feed pump recommended
  • Platform twist locks in place on top of base tank
  • Mounted on an 8’x15’ Equipment Platform
  • Consists of a Flo-Line Primer (Belt Scalper) machine mounted directly over an FLC 2000 3-panel screening machine
  • Top Primer Deck (Flo-LIne Primer):
    • Provides initial separation of large oversized material and sticky, consolidated clays
    • Typically utilizes inclined synthetic conveyor belt with 5, 10 or 20 mesh openings
    • Powered by a 1.5HP drive motor • Bottom Screening Deck (FLC-2000 3-Panel):
    • Super G vibratory motors provide continuous high G-force linear motion
    • Typically utilizes 20 to 80 mesh polyurethane screen surfaces
    • Rapid Change quick screen tensioning system
    • Deck angle adjustment (-1˚ to +5˚) • Integral underflow sump, walkway and handrails
  • Platform twist locks in place on top of base tank • Provides initial screening of up to 1000 GPM

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Please note: Information on this website is subject to change. To obtain accurate dimensions and equipment configurations, please contact the Derrick Engineering Department for an updated GA drawing.

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Please note: Information on this website is subject to change. To obtain accurate dimensions and equipment configurations, please contact the Derrick Engineering Department for an updated GA drawing.

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