Innovative Solid Bowl Decanter Technology

Solid bowl centrifuge technology

Modern centrifuges are used in technical processes for the mechanical separation of mixtures of solids and liquids. Sedimentation, centrifugation, and filtration are mechanical separation processes, in con-

trast to distillation, incineration and thermal drying, which are thermal separation processes. In many processes, mechanical separation is primarily responsible for product quality, production efficiency and envi-

ronmental control. Mechanical separation processes are found in practically all industrial sectors, including food, chemical, pharmaceutical, biotech, mineral, and environmental.

Advantages of modern centrifuges
Modern centrifuges have many advantages in comparison to other separation processes such as filtration and sedimentation. Compact designs, sealed construction to control odor emissions and avoid contamination of the product, ease of operation with continuous or automatic control systems, and limited replaceable operating parts such as filter media or filter aids make centrifuges advantageous to use.


e.Applications The following basic process operations are possible with solid bowl decanter centrifuges: • Clarification of liquids • Dewatering of sludges and suspensions • Thickening of slurries • Separation of three-phase mixtures. ® = registered trademark in various countries 3 . To obtain optimum results. SEDICANTER® and SORTICANTER®. FLOTTWEG CENTRIFUGES can more effectively help one reach their processing goals by offering a variety of basic designs. TRICANTER®. such as the DECANTER. solid bowl decanter centrifuges must be custom designed to suit specific separation processes. i. two immiscible liquid phases and a solid phase • Classification of solids in a suspension according to particle size (wet classification) • Sorting of solids by density. Solid bowl centrifuges are used in most areas of mechanical liquid-solid separation.

Typical processes Vegetable / animal raw materials Algea Animal fat Beer Blood Brewer’s yeast Biodiesel Biogas Casein Cellulose derivatives Coffee Drinking water Fermentation products Fish meal Fish oil Fish water Fruit juice Gelatin Fleshings Lactose Lignine Meat Molasses Pektin Potato Protein Sorbose Soy protein Starch Stillage Surimi Vegetable extracts Vegetable juice Vegetable oils Vitamins Wine Chemical / pharmazeutical products Aluminium hydroxide Barium sulfate Calcium fluoride Calcium sulfate Caustic soda Color pigments Cryolite Epoxy resin Fluorescents Iron oxide Lead oxide Lead sulfate Latex Nickel hydroxide Plastics derivatives/additives Phosphate compounds Phosphoric acid Polyethylene (HDPE) Polypropylene Polystyrene PVC Salts Silicate Sodium chloride Titanium dioxide Tricalcium phosphate Zinc carbonate Zinc oxide Zinc sulfate Minerals Bauxite Bentonite Calciumcarbonate Carbide sludge Clay kaolin Copper extraction Graphite Gypsum Iron hydroxide Kaolin Magnesium hydroxide Mica Silica Silicium Silicon carbide Environmental protection / Recycling Industrial wastewater Municipal wastewater Manure Paint sludge Plastics sorting/recycling Steelworks sludge Mineraloils Coal tar Drilling mud Mineral oil Oil sludge Examples from more than 300 different applications ® = registered trademark in various countries 4 .

technology improvements along with the availability of high strength and corrosion resistant raw 5 . Over the th materials have allowed solid bowl decanters to be applicable to many processes. solid bowl centrifuges have the broadest range of application. Of all modern industrial centrifuges. The utilization of electronic and electromechanical measuring and control components has improved the performance and availability of the machines.Solid bowl centrifuges The basic principle of the solid bowl centrifuge has been known since the end of the 19 century. The basic design of a solid bowl centrifuge is relatively simple and can be customized by FLOTTWEG for different requirements. course of time.

This differential speed determines the residence time of the solids in the bowl. Scroll The scroll rotates at a slightly different speed than the bowl and conveys the deposited solids toward the conical end of the bowl. FLOTTWEG DECANTERs can be supplied feed inlet solids discharge FLOTTWEG DECANTER for the liquid-solid separation with gravity overflow of the liquid phase (centrate) liquid discharge by gravity Eccentric – adjustable weir plates (patented) with a different scroll design or by modifying an existing scroll. If the physical properties of the slurry change. Scroll pitch and single or multiple flight configurations are important design variables. It can be adjusted by changing the differential speed of the scroll thus providing optimal separation. The length of the cylindrical bowl section and the cone angle are selected to meet the specific requirements of an application.FLOTTWEG DECANTER CENTRIFUGES Feed The slurry is fed through a stationary pipe into the feed zone located in the center of the scroll. Residence time is an important variable for the dry solids content. The solids contained in the slurry are deposited against the bowl wall by centrifugal force. Bowl The bowl has a cylindrical/ conical shape and rotates at a pre-set speed optimal for the application. 6 . The product is then accelerated circumferentially and delivered through distribution ports into the bowl. The slurry rotates with the bowl at the operating speed and forms a concentric layer at the bowl wall.

The FLOTTWEG adjustable impeller is an engi- neering refinement that permits quick and precise adjustment of the pond depth during operation to accommodate changing conditions. Materials of construction FLOTTWEG uses high-quality stainless steel for all wetted areas. Rotor bearing A special selection and arrangement of bearings provides long life and exceptional reliability. Overflow is then collected in a centrate chamber and discharged by gravity. Impeller (skimmer) The clarified liquid can also be decanted with an impeller and discharged from the bowl under pressure. Easily adjustable precision weir plates allow for the precise adjustment of the pond depth in the bowl. This eliminates the need for a separate centrate pump.Solids discharge Settled solids are ejected through ports at the conical end of the bowl into the solids housing and fall through to the discharge chute. A central lubrication system supplies either grease or oil to bearings. liquid discharge under pressure feed inlet solids discharge FLOTTWEG DECANTER with pressurized centrate discharge Adjustable impeller 7 . Bowl and scroll castings are made from centrifugal cast high strength and corrosion resistant stainless steel. Overflow weirs The clarified liquids flow to the cylindrical end of the bowl where they exit over weir plates.

The most important difference from a decanter is the separate discharge of the two liquid phases. i. light phase by gravity light liquid phase discharge by gravity Adjustable impeller 8 .FLOTTWEG TRICANTER® 3-phase separation The FLOTTWEG TRICANTER® enables three-phase separation. heavy liquid phase discharge under pressure feed inlet solids discharge FLOTTWEG TRICANTER® (THREE PHASE DECANTER) Discharge of the centrate: heavy liquid phase under pressure.e. This optimizes purity of the liquids and may possibly eliminate downstream equipment. provided that the solid phase is the heaviest phase. the simultaneous separation of two immiscible liquids with different densities and one solid phase. The FLOTTWEG TRICANTER® discharges the heavy liquid through an adjustable impeller under pressure and the light phase by gravity. The adjustable impeller allows adjusting the separation zone and degree of separation within the machine during operation.

Carrier liquids with different densities enable the user to shift the effective interface zone. liquid may be recycled as carrier liquid. When the floating par- cylindrical conical bowl with a second inner cone at the cylindrical end and a double acting liquid discharge under pressure feed inlet solids discharge heavy phase FLOTTWEG SORTICANTER® for plastic recycling solids discharge light phase ticles have reached the second inner cone. The process is aided by a carrier liquid with a specific gravity that is between the densities of the two solid streams to be separated.FLOTTWEG SORTICANTER® The innovative FLOTTWEG SORTICANTER® is designed for the separation of solids by density. The scroll conveys the deposited layer of heavy solids toward the conical bowl section. ® = registered trademark in various countries 9 . The bowl and lagging scroll rotate at a high speed in the same direction. The patented FLOTTWEG SORTICANTER consists of a ® scroll conforming to the inner contour of the bowl. scroll flights wound in the opposite direction to those conveying sedimentated solids transfer the lighter solids across a drying zone to the exit ports. The solid-liquid mixture is conveyed through the centrifuge feed pipe and inlet ports in the scroll body into the bowl and accelerated to the bowl speed. After an intermediate cleaning step. Centrifugal force causes the solids which are heavier than the carrier liquid to settle against the bowl wall. The liquid is skimmed off and discharged under pressure by an impeller at the cylindrical end of the bowl. The solids which are lighter than the carrier liquid float and are conveyed with the liquid toward the cylindrical end of the bowl. over the drying zone and ejects them through ports into the stationary solids housing and down the discharge chute.

FLOTTWEG SEDICANTER® The FLOTTWEG SEDICANTER® is used for the separation of solids from liquids when the solids form a soft but flowable sediment. During the separation process. Technical features: • Up to 10. The sediment formed in the SEDICANTER . 10 . protein suspensions and fermentation broths.000 x g centrifugal force possible to facilitate the separation of very fine. yeast suspensions. The centrate is discharged through an adjustable impeller within the scroll. phase. is accumulated and pressed out of the bowl under an immersion disc. slowsettling solids • Uniquely designed feed distributor and bowl seal to prevent foaming in the product inlet zone cases where the solids are too fine-grained to be processed in a normal decanter and the sediment cannot be easily discharged from the decanter due to its soft consistency. Applications for the SEDICANTER include ® FLOTTWEG SEDICANTER® • Gastight machine design • Clean-in-place provisions available to meet pharmaceutical industry standards • Fluoropolymer rotor seals available for critical applications FLOTTWEG SEDICANTER® S4E-3 • Optional drives including the FLOTTWEG SIMP-DRIVE®. the heavy ® “soft products” such as biomasses. The SEDICANTER is used in ® the liquid and solids move in the same direction without having to pass through a turbulent inlet zone.

biotech- nological and food processing applications are designed with Clean-in-Place (CiP) systems. Biotechnical and Food Processing Applications FLOTTWEG designs its centrifuges for the pharmaceutical. FLOTTWEG CENTRIFUGES for pharmaceutical. Cleaning of Centrifuges for Pharmaceutical. • Electropolished scroll. • The centrate impeller is adjustable to facilitate flushing of the bowl. Characteristic features of centrifuges to meet hygienic requirements are: • All welds are ground to meet specific sanitary finish standards. Cleaning of Centrifuges for Standard Applications For the majority of applications (e. the use of a solids-free centrate will be adequate. • All product-contact parts are provided with a surface finish in accordance with specified roughness values. separation of crystalline products). Requirements and specifications for design. ® = registered trademark in various countries 11 . • Special hygienic housing seals • Electrically reversible scroll rotation for enhancing cleaning during CIP cleaning. • Frequency-controlled drives for CIP-cleaning at low speed. the bowl exterior and the scroll interior can be installed if required.Centrifuge cleaning Centrifuges must always be flushed clean before shutdown. housing and bowl surfaces. In most cases. manufacturing and testing are according to specific company standards. Additional rinsing nozzles for cleaning the housing. it is sufficient to flush the centrifuge before shutdown through the feed pipe to remove deposits of solids. FLOTTWEG CENTRIFUGES are designed for continuous operation and do not need to be opened for cleaning. biotechnological and food processing industries to meet the highest demands for cleanliness.g. Depending on the application. • Rinsing nozzles are provided for the centrifuge housing and for the interior of the scroll body. different cleaning systems may be incorporated into the centrifuge design. The flushing time and the type of cleaning fluid are product-dependent. sludges.

Their compact design (controls. The hydraulic aggregate for the scroll is compact because only one oil circuit is required. Hybrid drive In this version.Drives General Decanter centrifuges are subject to two conflicting basic drive requirements. 12 . Hydraulic drives offer particular advantages for applications in mobile processing systems. the entire rotor has to run at high speed. Control and adjustment are the same as with the hydraulic drive. FLOTTWEG offers hydraulic motors or gear drives to drive the scroll depending on the application. The drive’s design enables independent rotation of the scroll even when the bowl is shut down. This ensures optimum adjustment to meet individual customer requirements. FLOTTWEG frequency controlled electric motors or speed-adjustable hydraulic motors offer infinitely variable speed. On one hand. Another advantage is applicability in explosion proof areas. whereas the oil supply pressure is directly proportional to the torque output and thus to the load. monitoring and analog control. the scroll inside the bowl has to rotate at a very low differential speed and simultaneously at a high torque relative to the bowl wall. Long start-up times help overcome a high inertia moment and avoid peak loads during the initial current phase. aggregate) provides for optimal utilization of floor space. Fully hydraulic drive Hybrid drive Frequency inverter drive (VFD) Fully hydraulic drive The bowl and the scroll are driven by separate hydraulic motors. A compact hydraulic aggregate with two variable pumps feeds two separate oil circuits. The volume flow of the oil determines the bowl speed and the differential speed of the scroll. The majority of the drive configurations offer variable differential speeds. This drive per- mits the use of variably adjustable control. and on the other hand. a frequencycontrolled electric motor drives the bowl instead of a hydraulic motor.

Therefore the decanter adapts itself to varying load conditions and dewaters the product in order to reach maximum cake allows for entirely independent • A simple drive system not operation and drive of the bowl requiring linkage and scroll (similar to a hydraulic drive) • Independent frequency inverters (VFDs) which are standard designs. controls the differential speed in relation to the scroll torque. ferent transmission ratio powers a cycloid planetary gear and generates the differential speed of the scroll.ferential speed. Backdrive with Dual-VFD This solution is derived from the FLOTTWEG gear drive with the scroll drive having its own frequency-controlled motor. Both drive motors are powered by a FLOTTWEG frequency inverter. which is power-linked via a regenerative circuit. The differential speed can be Bowl drive Scroll drive Backdrive with Dual-VFD SIMP-DRIVE® SIMP-DRIVE® The FLOTTWEG SIMP-DRIVE ® dryness.Gear drive with frequency inverter motor drives the bowl via a The FLOTTWEG gear drive is the most basic drive solution and is processes which do not require separately adjusted with a preset range and controlled and monitored independently of torque. The differential speed can be changed and adjusted by changing V-belt pulleys. simple to operate and simple to maintain • Constant torque. A second parallel operating adjustment of the difV-belt drive with a slightly dif. A frequency-controlled electric particularly suited for separation V-belt drive. This drive is best suited for high differential speeds. high solids ® = registered trademark in various countries 13 . The main feature of this new concept is a multistage planetary gear which Benefits include: • High efficiency and low energy demand • Simple integration into process control systems • Smallest possible inverter size • High flexibility in the selection of the operating speed • Discharge of the bowl even at full stop • Applicable for small to medium differential speeds • Low power draw.

An integrated two-stage overload protection offers excellent control of the machine resulting from process deviations. blockage or an overload of the centrifuge. Scroll torque is a measure of bowl solids load. the differential speed needs to be continuously adjusted for operating conditions. FLOTTWEG offers control systems for the differential speed which are based on the following principle. the feed supply is stopped until when the torque reaches the 14 ® = registered trademark in various countries . this is sufficient to remedy the overload without having to shutdown the system. If this measure is insufficient to keep the scroll torque from rising. the bowl drive is shut down second set point. Load and torque should be kept at an optimum value. the FLOTTWEG control system increases the differential speed to convey the solid faster out of the bowl until the torque decreases. Process control system If the increase in differential speed is not sufficient to compensate for a solids overload. To avoid problems and to fully utilize the capacity of the centrifuge. the torque is reduced and the machine will usually empty itself.Centrifuge controls Fluctuations of the solid throughput and concentration in the centrifuge may cause a decrease in separation results. This automatic control process ensures optimum separation during normal operation. If the torque exceeds the optimum value. Typically there is no need for manually removing the solids. In the majority of situations. the torque falls back below set point. Machines with hydraulic drive or SIMP-DRIVE® enable solids discharge at full-torque scroll operation during the bowl shut down. the differential speed is reduced when the torque decreases. As the bowl speed decreases. Conversely.

As a manufacturer of our control panels.FLOTTWEG Automation Technology Optimal Integration and operation . • Fast and world-wide availability of spare parts is obtained by using standard components FLOTTWEG Touch Control FLOTTWEG AG assures an optimal tuning/adaptation of the control panel for the use with the centrifuge. thus avoiding interfaces with undefined responsibilities. we can fulfill nearly all customerspecific requirements. • Systems are equipped with connections that allow for all options of remote maintenance/control. With the help of our know-how and the competence as a manufacturer of centrifuges. The extensive testing of our control systems before delivery in our facility avoids delays at startup and enables the customer to get the production up to speed quickly and efficiently. • Highest possible safety is accomplished via compliance with all relevant ISO and EN regulations as well as our comprehensive Factory Acceptance Test. • All functionalities and signals are tested before delivery which facilitates the start-up process and gets your production up to speed quickly. you can be certain that all of your future challenges can be solved easily.customized to your process Your advantages • Optimal integration of the centrifuge’s control panel into your control system is a necessity for high efficiency and safe operation of your plant • Easy and self-explanatory operation of the FLOTTWEG touch control minimizes down time due to operating errors. because only a manufacturer of a machine has the complete knowledge of all technical details. 15 . Adaptations to new requirements can be achieved easily. After a time-efficient start-up the centrifuge gets perfectly integrated into your process and the full capacity of production can be reached without delay. This avoids unplanned down time and minimizes operating costs.

corrosive or flammable media by applying inert purge gas to rotor seals and by inertizing the process chamber and centrifuge housing. Vapor-tight versions of FLOTTWEG centrifuges are the right choice in cases where substances emitted from the process could pollute the environment or if contact of the product with ambient air is undesirable.Sealing systems Most sizes and models of FLOTTWEG CENTRIFUGES are available in a variety of rotor and housing seal designs for the following operating conditions: • atmospheric • vapor-tight • gas-tight FLOTTWEG CENTRIFUGES can also be adapted for operating in closed-loop systems. Atmospheric Vapor-tight Gas-tight Gas-tight centrifuges allow the safe operation with toxic. 16 . Emissions can be eliminated when purge gas/air is applied to seals or the centrifuge housing is vented. Slight positive or negative pressures can be maintained in the process area by regulating the purge gas supply. Atmospheric centrifuges are the standard version. They are used for applications where there is no harm from products or vapors released to the environment and where it is not necessary to isolate the centrifuge bowl from the surrounding atmosphere. Additional seals on rotor shafts and housing provide the necessary seal. Special sealing elements minimize the seal gas consumption.

up to temperature class T3. Manual readjustment is not required anymore. For this purpose.Purging with inert gas Processing of hazardous materials Processes with any risk of explosion must be controlled by using inert gas. Continuous inert gas supply After successful purging and during the operation with product. Purging Before starting. Purging is complete if a multiple of the system volume has passed through the machine or if an oxygen probe at the centrifuge housing shows a safe oxygen concentration. These centrifuges comply with ATEX 95 in Zone 1. nitrogen is used. sufficient inert gas is fed into the system to ensure a small overpressure. large volumes of inert gas are flushed through the system until the oxygen is reduced below critical level with the inert gas. Typical examples are processes in the chemical. This prevents atmospheric air from penetrating into the system. Centrifuges and system parts used for the processing of hazardous materials have to be gastight to prevent the exit of vapors into the atmosphere as well as to avoid the entry of air into the system. In many cases. processes with flammable organic solvents or oil sludge treatment processes. the entire system including the centrifuge is purged. petroleum. A system monitoring the flow of gas is typically used. Rotor Seal Housing FLOTTWEG purge gas control unit Control of centrifuges purged with inert gas is based on a differntial pressure monitoring system with integrated automatic control. Processing of materials susceptible to oxidation Often the processing of beverages and food requires that products be prevented from undergoing oxidation. carbon dioxide is used as the inert gas. This ensures a small overpressure within the sealing system and the inside of the centrifuge guaranteeing protection against air leakage into the system and product emission into the atmosphere. and pharmaceutical industry. For this purpose the leakage of air into the centrifuge is prevented by corresponding constructive measures and positive inert gas pressures are maintained at the centrifuge. a fixed constant overpressure in the sealing system using control vales is maintained. Thus. 17 . Generally.

The scroll bearings are permanently sealed and lubricated. Pneumatic designs are available for utilization in explosion-proof areas. batch or continuous operation and the degree of automation of the entire system. This system does not require oil recirculation or treatment. the greasing system can be automatically activated. They are suited for Zone 1 up to temperature class T4 according to ATEX 95. The lubricant is dispensed proportionally through a special piston distributor.or overlubricated and rules out shortterm spikes in bearing temperatures and excessive grease consumption. Central lubrication system (manually operated) Automatic grease lubrication Oil droplet lubrication system This ensures the uniform and reliable lubrication of the centrifuge. Optimum lubrication is achieved at high speeds. Monitoring of the oil and air pressure guarantees high operational safety. but can also be re-greased manually. Automatic grease lubrication In contrast to the manual central lubrication system. 18 . with low oil consumption and no loss in performance. The grease pump is automatically controlled.Lubrication FLOTTWEG CENTRIFUGES can be provided with different lubrication systems. The lubrication system depends on the type of operation. an airoperated oil droplet lubrication system is supplied. Central lubrication system All main lubrication points are permanently manifolded via tubing or hoses to a central pump. Automatic oil droplet lubrication system The fully automatic oil-air lubrication system ensures optimal lubrication with oil droplets transported via air to the bearings. for example. For many applications. It prevents bearings from being under.

except welded hard facings or spray coatings. all wear protection elements. are field-replaceable. brazed or bolted [4] Chill castings [5] Plastic liners In order to minimize maintenance costs for applications involving highly abrasive products. Illustration of replaceable wear protection elements 19 .Wear protection FLOTTWEG offers a wide range of wear protection to meet the requirements of the many different applications in which centrifuges are installed: [1] Welded hard facing or spray coating [2] Ceramic [3] Tungsten carbide tiles.

Upon exceeding pre-set temperature limits.Decanter Control Vibration monitoring (standard) Vibration sensors transmit acceleration signals to an analyzer that sounds an alarm or trips the centrifuge upon reaching the full limit value. Bearing Monitoring (SPM) (optional) The roller bearings in the centrifuge are monitored continuously using an SPM system. This preventive measure safeguards against bearing failure or machine damage. Continuous monitoring of key machine variables during operation helps to minimize preventable failures and maintain acceptable safety standards. the centrifuge alarms or shuts down. Temperature Monitoring (optional) Bearing temperatures are constantly remote-monitored in FLOTTWEG centrifuges by means of resistance thermometers. Shock-impulse sensors are installed at each bearing and connected to a central alarm. Pressure waves (stock impulses) emitted by damaged or worn bearings are picked up by the sensor and converted into an electrical signal An alarm is triggered if the signals from the sensor exceed a set limit more than once every 10 seconds. 20 . Speed Monitoring (standard) Bowl speed and scroll differential speed are each measured by an inductive sensor and shown on a digital display.

FLOTTWEG services include: • Competent advice on separation processes • Pilot tests on-site or at the FLOTTWEG laboratory and test center • Selection and specification of equipment • Customer-tailored automation/control systems and process integration • Design and construction of complete process systems • Installation. high-quality manufacturing and professional after-sales service are prerequisites for customer satisfaction. Experienced and reliable service engineers from our customer service department are ready to respond quickly to reduce down time. repair and spare parts service worldwide. FLOTTWEG products are designed and manufactured in GERMANY! Service hotline Telephone +49 / 8741 301-321 +49 / 180 5035135 Telefax +49 / 8741 301-404 The FLOTTWEG mobile test units. maintenance. 21 . Service on call 365 days a year. ISO certification FLOTTWEG is ISO 9001 certified and manufactures its products in compliance with all current technical standards. commissioning.Customer service Customer service is our strength Application-based project planning. The FLOTTWEG service group is also available to perform preventive maintenance.

Solid bowl centrifuges Product lines and models DECANTER Centrifugal force x g* C3E C4E 3310 3040 C5E 3060 C7E 3000 Z23-3 Z23-4 Z32-3 Z32-4 Z4E-3 Z4E-4 4630 3890 4470 3620 4140 4140 Z5E-4 3620 Z6E-2 Z6E-3 Z6E-4 3550 3550 3550 Z8E-3 3000 Z8E-4 3000 Z92-3 2600 Z92-4 2600 * dependent on temperature and density of the slurry 22 .

TRICANTER® Centrifugal force x g* Z23-3 Z23-4 Z32-3 Z32-4 4630 3890 4470 3620 Z4E-3 Z4E-4 4140 4140 Z5E-4 3620 Z6E-3 Z6E-4 3550 3550 Z8E-4 3000 SORTICANTER® K4D-4 2880 K6E-4 K6EF-4 1680 2160 SEDICANTER® PRODECANTER® S3E 10000 S4E 6500 S6E 5000 * dependent on temperature and density of the slurry ® = registered trademark in various countries 23 . Germany Flottweg AG China Flottweg Separation Technology (Shanghai) Co.moskau@flottweg. Torre Zero Benito Juàrez Nte. V. NSW 2069 Sydney AUSTRALIA Telephone +61/2-94102255 Telefax +61/2-94101466 Italy Veronesi Separatori SPA Via Don Minzoni. 1 40050 Villanova di Castenaso Bologna ITALY Telephone +39/051 6054511 Telefax +39/051 6053183 info@veronesi.FLOTTWEG subsidiaries around the world Australia Flottweg Australian Representative Office 90 A Pacific Highway Roseville. de C. 1001 France Flottweg France SAS Technoparc-Espace Media 3 rue Gustave Eiffel 78306 Poissy Cedex FRANCE Telephone +33/1-3922-4044 Telefax +33/1-3922-6453 CIS/Russia Flottweg AG Techno-Park “ORBITA” Kulakova st. Estado de Mèxico Flottweg AG Vertriebs. KY41051 USA Telephone +1/859 448-2300 Telefax +1/859 448-2333 sales@flottweg. Moscow CIS/RUSSIA Telephone +7/495 9748 129 Telefax +7/495 9748 129 flottweg. 1B Poland Flottweg Polska ul. P. 516. No. San Francisco Coauxusco Metepec.und Service-Center Büro Nord-Ost Handelsplatz 2 04319 Leipzig-Engelsdorf GERMANY Telephone +49/341 86898-0 Telefax +49/341 86898-40 leipzig@flottweg. 52158 México MEXIKO Telephone +52/722-232-5165 Telefax +52/722-232-5165 Mexico Flottweg Mexico S A. Inc. CHINA Telephone +86/21-544 20775 Telefax +86/21-544 21653 flottweg@online. USA/Canada Flottweg Separation Technology. 6 Col. Ltd. Pelplinska 8b 01-683 Warszawa POLAND Telephone +48/22-732 2230 Telefax +48/22-751 4791 FlottwegPoland@flottweg. 20. Flottweg worldwide Repräsentant: PR – 0004 I – 10 6 11 / 10 .net For more than 50 FLOTTWEG representatives worldwide see our website: http://www. Chunzhong Road Xinzhuang Industrial Zone Shanghai 201108 P. 10700 Toebben Drive Independence. 107 pec@flottweg. R.separatori.und Service-Center Büro Nord-West Rösrather Straße 265 51107 Köln GERMANY Telephone +49/221 299917-20 Telefax +49/221 299917-30 koeln@flottweg.

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