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Our separators are designed especially for liquid-based applications. Using centrifugal force, they separate substances and solids from liquids. They are equally as effective at separating liquid mixtures at the same time as removing solids.
In solid-based applications, our decanters ensure optimum separation efficiency, particularly in the case of suspencsions with a very high proportion of solids. They are also used for the extraction of constituents from liquids and for concentrating, dewatering and classifying solids.
Used separators and decanters with high running reliability, a long service life and the know how of the original manufacturer GEA Westfalia Separator.
Simplicity and usability were the thoughts behind the development of the new control system GEA Westfalia Separator IO. The result: a completely new design with intuitive operability and a user guidance facility reduced to the essentials which minimizes sources of error.
The two essential elements for solving a technical process task are the plant and the control. However, it is only by their individual co-ordination and combination that they unite to form a useful unit – and thus an efficient technical processing plant.
We see every plant as a whole, to set it up for the highest level of efficiency from the start. Customer requests, quality requirements and the relevant regulations are taken into consideration here. The package units and process lines developed in this way produce immediate added value.
Apart from our classic products we can also offer a wide range of additional equipment – from the buttermaking machine through fresh-water generators via the CIP unit to round off your process or system application.
Centrifuges from GEA Westfalia Separator are used to clean and separate or clarify liquids or to remove solids from liquids while making use of the physical gravity laws. Here you can learn how this works.