GEA Kestner was founded in Lille in 1902. The company is famous worldwide for offering the best technical solutions, optimized design and investment, high energy efficiency and a successful integration of the evaporation plant in the process line.
GEA Kestner is an engineering company specializing in the implementation of 'tailor-made' units. Since the beginning of the century the founder, Paul Kestner’s, inventions have been applied throughout the world in a wide range of industries: sugar manufacture, the mining industry, alumina production, chemical and metallurgical processes, fertilizer production, power, O&G, wastewater and the pulp and paper industry. In 2005, the merging of GEA Kestner with its sister companies, Scami Tuchenhagen and GEA Process Engineering (former Niro France) gave birth to the new company GEA Process Engineering France with a Kestner Technology Centre.
GEA Kestner has a great facility centre to lead both lab scale and large scale pilot tests and has a 100 years database of products. With the support of thousands of references throughout the world, the possession of many international patents, and its expert knowledge in process engineering, the Kestner Technology Centre of GEA Process Engineering France has the know-how and the means required to meet the needs of the worldwide inorganic and organic process industries in evaporation, concentration, and crystallization and distillation techniques.
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