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Körting ejectors are maintenance free with no movable parts. They meet the challenging requirements of industrial and municipal waste water treatment for a powerful oxygen transfer system that delivers results consistently.
Körting ICE Condensation Vacuum Systems are used to deodorise edible oil. They are environment-friendly, energy-efficient and have an excellent track record for reliability worldwide.
As a clever alternative to standard types, Körting steam jet chilling plants harness the existing waste steam or leftover steam to produce cold water.
In many cases, this machinery surpasses the mixing results of mechanical agitators, requires less energy, has no movable parts in the tank and is suitable for all liquids.
Körting offers many years of experience and in-depth expertise in the field of ejectors and components/systems for process engineering plants.
For our environmental technology products we provide an essential contribution towards the observation of emission regulations and therefore also protection of the environment.
HANS HENNIG GmbH, a Körting subsidiary, is your partner when it comes to customised, turnkey solutions for your industrial firing technology requirements.
The corner stone for this now worldwide operating family establishment was laid when founding the company in 1871.
Supported by its subsidiary companies, Körting Hannover AG has placed its focus on technical engineering competence and flexibility in the respective application fields.
Constant and consequent further development, own research and development as well as the ongoing interchanging of ideas with customers and operators have resulted in the extensive product mix which Körting Hannover AG is able to offer today.
The demand for environmental technologies from Germany is rising steeply every year. Körting Hannover AG is also noticing the industry’s strong growth.
With its longstanding experience, Körting Hannover AG supplies components for vacuum generation in refineries and petrochemical plants.
In processes where vacuums have to be used, mechanically driven vacuum pumps and jet ejectors compete with one another. Each type of pump has pros and cons.