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Classen Apparatebau Wiesloch

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Hall 26, Stand D11
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Company Data

Classen Apparatebau
Wiesloch GmbH

Ludwig-Wagner-Str. 9/1
69168 Wiesloch
Germany
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Fax: +49 62 22 57 26 10

Contact(s)

Mr. Dipl.-Ing. Christian Schnadt
Managing Director / CSO
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Fax: +49 62 22 57 26 10

Facts

No. of employees
11-50 (Status: 2016)

Management
Claus Peter Albrecht
Hans-Raymund Roos
Christian Schnadt

Company profile

CAW designs and fabricates gaseous, liquid and solid waste incinerators and modern solid fuel firing systems for the thermal utilization of wood waste and biomass. The reciprocating grates are versatile, reliable and very tolerant to a broad variety of fuel sizes and physical moisture contents while performing excellent burnout and minimum emissions. The products are designed for max. efficiency and min. environmental impact by permanent optimisation of the combustion parameters, application of low- NOx firing systems ad waste heat recovery systems. CAW's scope of supply ranges from pre-contractual engineering and feasibility studies through single plant components and up to turn-key energy centres. The KONTAKTOMAT-thermal oil heaters are designed, fabricated and equipped acc. to the PED 2014/68/EC, DIN 4754, ASME-Code and acc. to the SQLO/ML-requirements of the PRC. Licences for the delivery of energy systems to the Russian Federation and to Belorussia are being held.

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Products

Range of products

- KONTAKTOMAT® thermal oil heaters - Thermal utilisation of process residuals, contaminated wood and industrial waste - Hot gas generation plants for particle board, MDF- and OSB-board plants - Geat recovery plants (waste gas heated) for Thermal Oil, Steam and hot water - Mechanical reciprocating ...read more

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