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Forza G Italia: wastewater treatment - high productivity and quality standards

2010-01-01 | Treatment plants

More than 10 years of activity and experience – this is the strength behind Forza G’s work, as well as 250 and more clients to testify the functionality and reliability of its products. In this article our readers can find out how these centrifugal systems work, along with the developments the company has made, leading it to be able to guarantee 100 per cent recycling of waste water, lengthening the working life of both machinery and tools.

Forza G Italia: wastewater treatment - high productivity and quality standards
Following a market survey on the products needed for the development of glass processing systems, in autumn 1998, G Force Italy was set up. At that time, the company imported centrifuges from the United States, elaborating them to make them suitable for use in the glass and stone sectors. Four years later, the name of the company became Forza G Italia S.r.l., for the independent production and assembly of “made in Italy” centrifuge filtration systems.
In 12 years of dedication to products for wastewater, the company has developed and consolidated considerable experience in the mechanical treatment, by means of separation, without the use of chemical products. Today, Forza G’s equipment is simple to use and totally automatic, with PLC control, and guarantees excellent quality of the liquid treated, with extreme reliability and considerably reduced costs.
Forza G’s service starts by understanding each single problem and difficulty, evaluating the needs of clients, suggesting the most suitable integrated system, creating, installing, starting up and testing the same system.
Forza G also offers free consultancy and the realization and sizing of the hydraulic system for the handling of water inside glassworks.

Centrifugal systems can have various formats, which use mechanical separation, taking advantage of the principle relative to the force of gravity expressed in “G” points from which the name Forza G comes. The systems are made up of two grav...


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