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Two honing filter systems

The BMF built two honing filter systems for the production of crankcases at a customer in Austria. With these systems it is possible to treat a total of 4,100 l / min of soiled honing emulsion. In addition to the steel construction and the stages, the complete electrical control with plant visualization comes from a single source. The filter units have a pressure of 5 bar at the pressure distributor and are equipped with a temperature control in the range of 23.0 ° C to +/- 1 ° C. The vacuum filters have a filter area of ​​12 m² (capacity 2,500 l / min) and 7 m² (capacity 1,600 l / min). A backwash filter works as a police filter in the flow. The preparation of the backwash material is carried out with the aid of a paper band filter. In addition, both honing filter systems have a magnetic roller, which is used in full flow in the return for the deposition of magnetic particles. The bath care takes place with a separator for the separation of finest particles. Another feature of the two systems is frequency-controlled system pumps for energy saving. With this project, the BMF successfully continued the good cooperation with the customer.

Volkswagen Group Award 2017 for BMF

Outstanding award for Bürener Maschinenfabrik GmbH (BMF): The technology company with the business units Material Handling, Coolant Lubrication Systems, Components and Plastics Processing, which employs about 850 people at its headquarters in Büren and other locations, has now received the "Volkswagen Group Award" for the second time since 2003. , With this award, the Volkswagen Group, which includes all twelve car brands, awarded its best suppliers in Berlin. Matthias Müller, CEO of Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft, and Dr. Ing. Francisco Javier Garcia Sanz, Group Director for the Procurement Division, presented the coveted awards to the top suppliers of the Group to some 270 guests from 25 countries. CEO Müller made clear in his speech: "We have to develop together and keep improving. The pressure and the possibilities were never as big as today ". For the 15th time already, the Volkswagen Group honored its best suppliers, who impressed with their innovative strength, product quality, development expertise, sustainability and professional project management. Tim Steinbrecher, who accepted the award as shareholder and managing director of the BMF Group, emphasized: "We are very pleased about the renewed award by the Volkswagen Group. We regard this award as recognition for the achievements of our employees, but also as an incentive for further peak performance in the future. Like all customers of the BMF Group, with whom we usually work together for many years, the Volkswagen Group can rely on our product quality, innovation momentum and reliability! ".

Now industrial water treatment

Through the acquisition of HAASE Energy GmbH, located in Neumünster and now renamed BMF HAASE GmbH, the BMF has achieved a significant expansion of its range of Services. The company from now on also provides industrial water treatment technology which is in strong demand particularly in manufacturing plants with a high level of water consumption. The BMF disposes of experts at the site in Schleswig-Holstein for ultra-and nanofiltration and reverse osmosis.

BMF HAASE can draw on decades of know-how in the monitoring and treatment of landfill leachate. The advanced technology is in use at over 100 locations worldwide. The plants are supplied as mobile container units or integrated into existing buildings. The expertise available lends itself excellently to application in industrial water treatment.

Reverse osmosis from BMF HAASE is a purely physical process particularly suitable for the treatment of highly contaminated water. This concentrating water treatment method is characterized by flexible operation, very high cleaning efficiency and low operating costs.

The integrated membrane technology (ultrafiltration and / or nanofiltration) from BMF HAASE reduces the container volume and increases the efficiency of the system.  The operation is based on the following principle: The higher the biological degradation rate and the larger the flow rates, the greater the economic efficiency of the biological system.