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SWARF REMOVAL SYSTEM PROCESS

The process is based on two rotating concentric drums whose axis is tilted at a slight angle to the horizontal (up to 100). The inner drum has large (10mm) perforations and the outer drum has replaceable fine mesh panels (typically 3mm square mesh). The circulating fluid and waste pass through a flow control device into the inner drum. The fluid passes through the perforations and meshes into a collecting tank below the drums and via this tank back to the platform mud circuit. The swarf is retained within the drums, and due to the angle of inclination and the rotation of the drum is caused to travel down the length of the drum exiting the open end by way of a chute into waste skips for disposal.

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FIGURE 1A. GENERAL ARRANGEMENT

Swarf Removal System Process

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