Flottweg at IFAT 2014
THE NEW C-XI DECANTER SERIES
For the first time, Flottweg will be presenting its new increased-performance C-XI decanter series. Flottweg has packed decades of experience in the dewatering of sludge into the development of the C-XI decanter series, and can now offer sewage treatment plants the option of saving even more.
20 YEARS OF FLOTTWEG SIMP DRIVE®
Flottweg is also celebrating a very special anniversary: 20 years of Simp Drive®. This cost-effective decanter drive is particularly outstanding for its broad range of applications in the most demanding of separation tasks.
We would be happy to show you our most powerful and energy-saving machines and most efficient drive systems. Visit us and celebrate with us at our booth no. 536 in Building A1!
For over 60 years, Flottweg has manufactured decanters, separators, belt presses, and systems for the mechanical separation of solids and liquids. This technology handles key industrial functions in the treatment of liquids, separation of liquid mixtures, and in the concentration and dewatering of solids. Flottweg is one of the world's leading solution providers in the area of mechanical separation technology
Currently, over 600 employees around the world see a turnover of 145 million Euros a year, with the export share making up over 85% of that amount. Flottweg is continually at work developing its centrifuges and belt presses further and bringing new models and variants to the market. Today, the Flottweg product line includes decanters, Tricanters®, Sedicanters®, Sorticanters®, and plate separators as well as belt presses. Flottweg machines are available as individual components or complete systems.
These decanters, separators, and belt presses, manufactured exclusively in Germany, are outstanding for their high efficiency, performance, and long service life.
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