Iowa is a developing state in that the population and industrial capacity has been steadily increasing in recent years. Any person involved in the agricultural or chemical processing in that state might be keen on having a new centrifuge. Industrial Surplus Inc. specializes in procuring materials for recycling. This includes used machinery.

Centrifuges are sturdy equipment and can last for decades if properly maintained. Many factory owners have disposed of theirs for what was otherwise a minor problem. Skilled engineers can refurbish used equipment and they can provide an inexpensive boost to your business. A large electric motor and various attachments have numerous possibilities.

Industrial Surplus has the inventory; a business in Iowa only needs to be in the market. This same company offers industrial parts and industrial recycling nationwide, so there is the high probability that your company will get its new centrifuge delivered right to your doorstep.

Refurbished centrifuges are not only cheaper, they are often better. Heavy duty equipment with only one working part, the shell at least should last for decades. The motor will last a long time, and if there is wear, it might only need specific parts replacing. A used centrifuge can be as good as buying brand new, simply because good machinery does not fail easily.

A centrifuge is any spinning device that applies rotational force to a material. This is typically to separate one semi-liquid from another. It can be very difficult to separate anything as thick as a gel, so force many times greater than gravity is used. Centrifuges basically are artificial gravity machines. They accelerate the inclination of lighter fluids to rise above heavier materials.

Common examples are in homes. Washing machines use a centrifuge to separate excess moisture from clothing. This is the mechanical equivalent of using a wash board to squeeze out soapy water. This everyday example of centripetal force is precisely what industrial centrifuges accomplish. The difference might be the chemicals involved.

Medical centers will frequently spin blood to separate the plasma. This can be accomplished on a larger scale. Blood will be reduced to its plasma, red blood cell, and white blood cell layers. Similarly, oil can be separated from a paint and the powder pigment turned into a paste for further refining.

Many chemical processes require a centrifuge. This is a powered decanter, and will force alcohols out of water. There are many applications, only limited by your imagination and mechanical knowledge.