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Filtertech acquires US Centrifuge Systems

July 28, 2016
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US Centrifuge’s model M512 manual centrifuge is most commonly applied to algae dewatering, harvesting, drying and separation applications.

Filtertech, Inc. located in Manlius NY, has acquired US Centrifuge Systems (USCS) and added their line of automatic and manual basket type centrifuges to the Filtertech line of filtration and related equipment.

A business partner for decades, the USCS acquisition will enhance Filtertech’s efforts in the wire and cable, glass grinding, algae dewatering and harvesting and paint industries. This partnership opens opportunities to augment industrial applications serviced by USCS, where clients require complete systems as solutions to their liquid solids separation requirements.

USCS is experienced in assisting algae biofuels companies and larger-scale commercial algae-based biofuel production operations with high capacity algae harvesting and separation. USCS also works with pond algae removal and treatment, wastewater algae treatment and reservoir algae treatment by utilizing centrifuge systems to separate, dewater and dry the treated algae oil residue and algae biomass.

Filtertech is an international producer of liquid filtration and waste disposal systems for industrial coolant applications including wire drawing, aluminum and steel rolling, machining, grinding, process water applications such as CV water, caster water, vibratory applications and optical lens generating. Systems include vacuum, gravity and pressure filters, centrifuges, magnetic separators, oil water separators, evaporators, and vacuum distillation units.

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