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KMA Umwelttechnik GmbH

KMA Umwelttechnik GmbH is a manufacturer of air filtration systems. KMA waste air filtration systems can be applied to many fields within the processing industry. During the course of development our engineers and process technicians consistently focus on sustainability and energy efficiency. As a result, the KMA waste air filtration system consumes up to 80 percent less energy in comparison to conventional air filtration systems! Lowered energy consumption equals: lower costs! Consequently a KMA waste air filtration system is paid off in a relatively short time due to the reduced energy costs. KMA Umwelttechnik stands for quality and innovation. More than 2500 air filtration systems worldwide provide evidence of this. Their use achieves sustained success by avoiding environmental pollution such as smoke and odour. At the same time they make an important contribution to climate protection due to minimum energy consumption. KMA filter systems for the processing industry does not only remove smoke and bad odour from the air, it additionally – thanks to an energy-saving operation – reduces CO2-emissions significantly. Your contribution to climate protection: Improve the ecological footprint of your manufacturing processes.

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Type of Business

  • Installation,
  • Manufacturing,
  • Engineering

Technology

  • Process heat supply / waste heat recovery:
  • Absorbtion chillers,
  • Biomass cogeneration (CHP),
  • Cogeneration /combined Heat and Power (CHP),
  • Concentrated solar thermal systems,
  • Geothermal heat and power (CHP),
  • Heat exchanger technology,
  • Hot water boiler technology,
  • Industrial heat pump technology,
  • Organic rankine cycle technology,
  • Screw-type steam engine technology,
  • Solar thermal systems (large-scale),
  • Steam boiler technology,
  • Steam turbine technology,
  • Stirling engine technology
  • Commercial and industrial refrigeration / centralised heating, ventilation and air conditioning:
  • HVAC technologies (heating, ventilation and air conditioning)

Classification

  • Industrial production:
  • Food and beverage processing industry,
  • Iron and steel industry,
  • Vehicle manufacturing