イラン企業が汚水処理に使えるデカンター型遠心分離機を開発: ずくなしの冷や水

2019年09月09日

イラン企業が汚水処理に使えるデカンター型遠心分離機を開発

FARSNEWS2019/9/8
Iranian Company Makes Decanter Centrifuge for Water Treatment
TEHRAN (FNA)- An Iranian knowledge-based company said it has managed to manufacture a 100% homegrown decanter centrifuge for water and wastewater treatment.

An Iranian knowledge-based firm has succeeded in producing a "Decanter Centrifuge" to enter the global competition arena as its CEO Azim Azimi Nejadan says it will soon sign a contract with Sweden to export its products.

Decanter centrifuges are used in a variety of industries, including brewing and liquid oil production. This type of centrifuge separates solids from the liquid and is therefore widely used in water and wastewater treatment.

Azimi Nejadan noted that the company is active in the production of decanter centrifuges, complete production lines for sugar beet and sugar cane, water and wastewater recycling, stating that the company's products are up to 40% cheaper than similar products of European countries.

That's why this centrifuge can easily find its customers. At the same time, our company's products are competing with the European market and the world leading firms in the production of these products.

Managing director of the company also stated that the company has been able to indigenize many products manufactured by European and Chinese countries by relying on Iranian expert force and using native knowledge.

There is no competitor for these products in the Middle East and the competition is only global.

He added that the company imports only 20% of special materials for its products from abroad and supplies 80% of its materials from domestic products.

In June, Iranian Vice-President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari underlined that the US sanctions against Iran have started an opportunity for the Iranian knowledge-based companies to make further progress.

"Sanctions imposed by the US government against Iran have created a good opportunity for the knowledge-based companies to expand the scope of their activities," Sattari said on June 22.

Knowledge-based economy is one of the main pillars that has been taken into consideration by the government, he said, adding, “The government should throw its weight behind knowledge-based firms while the country is under sanctions, so as to facilitate the export of these companies to other countries in the world.”

Given the current economic situation of the country and the sanctions, exporting products of knowledge-based companies can be a suitable solution for the evermore development and growth of economy in the country, Sattari added.
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