Coagulation and clot centrifugation

Protein coagulation that makes up part of the blood is performed at a temperature of approximately 95°C. After this process, it is possible to separate the clot, red blood cells, and other cells. The most common form is centrifugation through a horizontal decanter. Later, this clot can be dried to obtain blood meal. Whereas the serum can be concentrated using an evaporator and, in most cases, it is used in the treatment of effluents. This process ensures the mechanical separation of approximately 75% of water in advance. A tank is used, with a stirrer and filter, to receive the blood, and a volumetric pump which regulates process capacity and feeds a coagulator.
A horizontal decanter centrifuges and separates the clot from the serum.

Applicable to the processes:

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