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Conveying & Dosing Technology by TRENNSO-TECHNIK

Conveying & Dosing Technology by TRENNSO-TECHNIK
6 Oct 2023  |
Protecting the environment, conserving resources, recycling valuable materials - combining ecological awareness and economic interests are core issues at present. The engineering company TRENNSO-TECHNIK® from Weissenhorn, Bavaria recognized this more than 30 years ago.

With their pioneering solutions for separating and sorting a wide variety of materials, they are among the market leaders in their field. This applies in particular to the three core competence sectors of recycling, bulk solids and foodstuffs. They build plants Worldwide, individually adapted to the needs of their customers. These can consist of individual machines as well as modules, which impress with their innovative technology and the resulting outstanding sorting quality. Another quality feature is the robust construction of the components, which guarantees many years of safe operation for the customer.

Mechanical and pneumatic transport and conveyor systems

TRENNSO-TECHNIK® offers mechanical transport processes for horizontal, inclined or vertical material movements. The conveying and dosing technology such as elevators, screw conveyors and rotary valves complement the technology of the proven dry separation process. Our pneumatic conveyor systems are suitable for powdery and granular bulk materials as well as for vacuum and pneumatic pressure conveying. Where conveying and simultaneous sorting of bulk materials is required without the loss and breakage, we at TRENNSO-TECHNIK® support you in the planning and production of your pneumatic conveying.

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