Bauer Röhren- und Pumpenwerk GmbH

New Compact Separators From Bauer Group Designed for Small Farms and Waste Processors


Source: Bauer Röhren- und Pumpenwerk GmbH

MICHIGAN CITY, IN -- (Marketwire) -- 09/26/11 -- The Bauer Group announces the release of two new high quality press screw separators designed for small farms and waste processing operations with limited energy resources: the Bauer COMPACT and Fan Separator SOLIDRY.

With a maximum throughput of 15 cubic yards per hour, and our legendary quality, COMPACT and SOLIDRY are ideal for a wide range of agricultural applications, including dairy farms up to 300 head. The smaller footprint of these low-priced alternatives to standard separators makes this equipment easier to install and use.

COMPACT and SOLIDRY are economical. No need for a hydraulic or compressed air connection. Screen and auger wear is minimal, due to the low dry matter content (28% or less) in the plug. Both units come standard with a NEMA-flanged gearbox suitable for use with motors up to 5 hp.

How do they work?

A rotating auger inside a full floating screen separates solids and liquids. The waste material is gravity fed to the first part of the screen. Then the material is further extruded and discharged from the separator through the mouth piece. Dry matter content is controlled with an output regulator installed on the separator.

Come see COMPACTandSOLIDRY at the World Dairy Expo in Madison, WI, October 4-8, booths 1213-1214.

The Bauer Group at a Glance
The Bauer Group, based in Voitsberg, Austria, with North American offices in Michigan City, Ind., is an international leader in irrigation and slurry technology. Bauer and its affiliate FAN Separator have more than 75 dealers in North America and an extensive spare parts inventory.

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For more information contact:

BAUER North American office:

Jim DeWitt
sales manager

Robert Hultgren
office manager


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