×

Select global Site Language
Deutschland & Global Deutsch | English | Español | Français
UK English
USA English
中华人民共和国China 中國 | English
South Africa English
France Français
India English
América Latina Español
Middle East English
Marked products
Contact
Any questions? Please ask!
Industrial mesh:
brian@gkdusa.com

Process belt mesh:
lindys@gkdusa.com

Metallfabrics:
andy@gkdusa.com

Transparente Medienfassaden:
andy@gkdusa.com

Or use our:
Contact form

Press

Woven high-tech solutions for micro-screening

GKD to premiere flow-optimised 6 µm ODW at the IFAT

One of the key future demands on industry and society is a responsible utilisation of water resources. With its all-round range of solutions for the treatment of wastewater and process water, GKD – GEBR. KUFFERATH AG, the international leader in filtration and process belt technology, is well-known for regularly setting new standards. At the IFAT 2016 in Munich from 30 May to 3 June, the world’s leading trade fair for water, sewage, waste and raw materials management, GKD will be presenting a range of innovative developments for cost-effective treatment of municipal and industrial wastewater. From dewatering or drying of sewage sludge to micro-screening water treatment, the owner-managed technical weaver will be offering a fascinating insight into its comprehensive range of products at Stand 318 in Hall A2. Professionals and experts from the environmental sector will be particularly interested in a number of innovations and further developments of established GKD products, for example filter segments or disc filters with a flow-optimised dutch weave mesh (ODW6) that, with filtration rates down to 6 µm, promises higher permeability and longer service life. The range of advanced technology on exhibition will be rounded off with the MAXFLOW Belt Filter system. Its self-cleaning endless woven stainless steel wire mesh belt makes it an efficient and cost-effective alternative option for the filtration of process fluids.

The full press release is available as PDF download:

Other topics

×

Log in to see additional content

If you do not yet have access to the GKD-Infocenter, please set up a user account. Due to our new website, it is necessary that users with an existing account register again.

Register now
Forgot password?