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Effi­cient and mobile

„Plug & Play“ sep­a­ra­tors from Bauer

The “plug & play” sep­a­ra­tor system from the Bauer Group, tech­nol­o­gy leader in the sep­a­ra­tion of liquid and solid mate­ri­als and head­quar­tered in Austria, is a compact, mobile unit fea­tur­ing all com­po­nents packed tightly togeth­er: from the intake pump and the media lines to the elec­tron­ic control. A true space-saver with tremen­dous power that, once plugged in, effi­cient­ly sep­a­rates solid and liquid phases.

The “plug & play” system is – as the name says – a mobile unit that can be easily moved to another loca­tion and started up with just a few actions: uncou­ple, load up and off to the next job. The system sup­ports many uses and is suited, for example, for pro­duc­ing high-quality bedding for cattle, optimal pro­cess­ing of pig slurry, obtain­ing sub­strate for biogas systems or recy­cling wastes in the food-pro­cess­ing industry.

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“The indi­vid­ual com­po­nents are opti­mal­ly inte­grat­ed into the design for guar­an­teed sta­bil­i­ty and a long lifes­pan. The compact unit deliv­ers a very high level of dryness with low energy con­sump­tion,” notes Hans-Peter Hojas, product manager at the Bauer Group, to high­light the optimal per­for­mance for the price.

The fea­tures leave no wish unful­filled: sep­a­ra­tor, eccen­tric screw pump, cen­trifu­gal dis­charge pump, elec­tron­ic control, piping, cabling, mount­ing to a stable frame with fork­lift features.

All Bauer-sep­a­ra­tors are avail­able as „Plug&Play“

The “plug & play” system is avail­able for the com­plete range of Bauer sep­a­ra­tors: the sep­a­ra­tor S300 (through­put up to 5m³/h, dry matter up to 32%), the S655 / 655 HD (through­put up to 30 m³/h, up to 32% dry matter), the S855 / 855 HD (through­put up to 40 m³/h, up to 32% dry matter) and the sep­a­ra­tor 855 GB (through­put up to 25 m³/h, up to 36% dry matter). The through­put depends on the medium, dry matter content, vis­cos­i­ty, screen width, tem­per­a­ture, age of the raw mate­r­i­al, counter weights.