Svecia: All-new SAW-380

Date: 21 November 2001
Source: Svecia
Svecia introduces the all-new SAW-380 in-line screen reclaiming unit.Based on the field-proven SAW-320, which has reliably served the market with clean screens for more than a decade, the new SAW-380 offers higher capacity, shorter processing time with maintenanced immaculate cleaning result.

The SAW is easy to operate with large color display for updated information of actual tank volumes, number of screen and mesh area processed which greatly simplifies maintenance and servicing.Efficient, quiet and with special chemical and energy-saving features, the SAW is of the latest design to meet with the most stringent regulations for water and environmental protection.

600450 Svecia: All-new SAW-380
Date: 21 November 2001
Source: Svecia

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