SIMA-tec GmbH

SIMA-tec is specialised in the design and manufacture of laboratory and pilot equipment for R&D according to customers’ requirements. The techniques offered are: membrane technologies (MF, UF, NF, RO, DD, ED, PV) and all separation technologies (e.g. extraction, hydrocyclone, magnetic separators). It is also possible to integrate new techniques in a specialised plant according to the requirements. The innovative aspects and main advantages of the equipment are the high degree of automation and the high precision recording of the measuring data.

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