Introducing the polynode – the latest in separator technology


Introducing the polynode – the latest in separator technology

Increased separation surface, increased capacity – Introducing the polynode.

It’s a matter of cause and effect – smaller and lower nodes mean we can add more discs to the stack. More discs mean increased separation surface – and more separation surface means capacity gets a significant boost.

But capacity is not everything. As an alternative for dairy producers, the use of polynodes enables an increased separation efficiency at a maintained capacity. This is interesting for customers that, for example, want to remove as much fat as possible to achieve their end product specifications.

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