Every imaginable separation technology on the planet

ANDRITZ SEPARATION filtration solutions cover a range from environment to food, to chemicals, and mining & minerals.

The Krauss-Maffei dynamic crossflow filter is the latest technology for on-site regeneration of lubricants in metal processing and removes 100% of the particles, without requiring consumables. As the filter achieves the highest possible retentate concentrations, the volume of oil lost is minimized, thus reducing production costs.

ANDRITZ SEPARATION has developed the new GentleFeeder inlet system for decanter centrifuges on the basis of dynamic, multi-phase CFD simulations. The new design is optimized for gentle product flow and reduced grain breakage. Test runs have confirmed substantially improved solid-liquid separation abilities, with enhanced recovery rate and lower cake moisture in the solid product.

ANDRITZ SEPARATION is the world’s leading separation specialist with the broadest technology portfolio and more than 2,000 specialists in 40 countries. For more than 150 years we are a driving force in the evolution of separation solutions and services for industries ranging from environment to food, chemicals and mining and minerals.

Leading brands and products:

3Sys Technologies, Bird, Delkor Capital Equipment (Pty) Ltd, Escher Wyss, Frautech, Guinard, KHD Humboldt Wedag, Krauss-Maffei centrifuges, dryers and filters, Lenser, Netzsch Filtration, Rittershaus & Blecher, Royal GMF Gouda, Sprout Bauer, Vandenbroek

Environment:

Dewatering, thickening, drying, and screening solutions for industrial and municipal wastewater, feed, and biofuel

Food:

From presses and centrifuges to filters, screens, and drying systems for food and beverage production.

Chemicals:

Equipment for high grade fine chemicals, cosmetic or pharmaceutical ingredients, as well as for petrochemical, agrochemical or bulk products

Minerals and Mining:

Highly efficient separation solutions for iron ore, coal potash, precious metals and more.

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Printed on 2017-12-12