At the company “Gemüse-Meyer” in Lower Saxony large quantities of waste and sewage water accrue. However these are not only disposed of, but used for producing biogas and for generating electrical energy. Right in the middle: Biogas-blowers made by Aerzener.
Loading and unloading of transport ships with bulk material is mostly done with huge “vacuum cleaners” from shore. But there is another way, namely with pneumatic unloading systems installed on board. Aerzen supplies the suitable technology.
The worldwide demand for oil-free compressed air is constantly increasing – not only in the food industry or in the medical sector. The new VMW water stage of Aerzener Maschinenfabrik is an essential further development of their compressing concept by the screw compressors with water injection cooling.
Within our series concerning the 145th anniversary of Aerzener Maschinenfabrik in this edition we remind of the new beginning after World War II, the period of time of the economic boom, by which also Aerzener Maschinenfabrik profited.
In future the Aerzen group focuses more on applications in the field of mine development. The South African subsidiary company Airgas Compressors therefore reports about the extensive experiences in this segment.
Due to the fast proceeding technology the assortment of the correct compressed-air systems under consideration of performance-, costs-, energy- and environmental aspects becomes more and more complex for manufacturing companies. This is where AERZEN SYSTEMS GmbH (founded near Hanover) starts.