Sauter Plersch AG

Heating and cooling for concrete

With the new Booster product range Sauter Plersch AG has set new standards in concrete processing. Fully condensing plants are more efficient due to technical innovation, and also achieve a higher performance. Initial customer reactions have been positive.
The new concept covers the performance range up to 1,500 kW and safeguards the required concrete production at the correct temperature under all weather conditions. With the Booster 1,500 it is possible to heat up to 120 m³ of concrete per hour from -20° C to the required temperature. Energy requirements are, however, still lower. The...

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