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filtertechnology - SONDERMANN Pumpen + Filter GmbH & Co. KG

FILTERTECHNOLOGY

High-performance

filters to reliably

remove organic and

inorganic contaminants

from neutral and

aggressive liquids.

Competence in pump

and filter technologies


Excellent products

Whenever you ask specialists which filter

technology they use, their answer will often

be Sondermann. That’s something we are

rightly proud of. Simple filter chambers or

complex custom-designed filter installations

– our products and equipment are of highest

quality. So they will work reliably and impeccably

in any place for a long time.

Reliable service

We have an especially dense network of

customer advisors – in Germany only, welltrained

technical advisors in 14 distribution

locations are at your disposal. So we are

everywhere in close contact with local users

of our products. Whatever challenge of fluid

filtering you face, the job will be done best

by a Sondermann filter. Just try us.

Long-standing experience

The Sondermann brand stands for decades

of experience and continuous development.

For more than 50 years, our filters and filtering

installations have been used in various

industries all over the world. And we

have been able to retain the technological

lead to this day. Now, our technical knowhow

allows us to solve almost every application

problem.

Much more than standard issue

As standard models are often not adequate

for a specific application, we have been prepared,

from the beginning, to manufacture

customized designs. Tell us your specific

type of problem. Once we know your problem

in detail, we will be able to help you

solve it in no time. This is also what Sondermann

stands for.

Quality made in Germany

Wherever Sondermann is written on, quality

made in Germany is inside. All our products

are entirely manufactured in Germany and

certified according to the ISO 9001 standard.

This is certainly one of the reasons

why our products are of superior quality.

Since we are very serious about each filter,

every single one is thoroughly checked in

several stages before it leaves the company.


TABLE OF CONTENT

Operating principles 4 – 5

Filter elements and cartridges 6 – 7

Housing sizes / Type designation code 8

Combinations of pumps and filters /Pressure drop graphs 9

Filter housing of type 1 10 – 11

Filter housing of type 4 12 – 13

Filter housing of type 8 14 – 15

Filter housing of type 15 16 – 17

Filter housing of type 32 18 – 19

Quick-change filters SF 20 – 21

Precoat filters 22 – 23

Inclined-bed belt filters 24

Sales representations in Germany and abroad 26 – 27

3


Individually adjustable

filter sizes

Sondermann filters are available as universal

filter housings of types 1 to 32. This

means, that they can take filter elements

including 1 to 32 filter cartridges.

Sondermann’s quick-change filters excel

by their compact design and easy handling.

Double safety fastening of the covering

cap ensures reliable operation.

In basic design, both filter housings are

made entirely of plastic. Depending on the

tasks to be accomplished, the filter housings

are also available in other materials.

Universal filter

housing FI00

Advantages of Sondermann

filter housings are:







Vast choice of sizes and

filter elements.

All-purpose filter chambers can

take a wide range of various filter

elements.

Easy to operate.

All filters may be combined with

the entire range of Sondermann

pumps.

Splash-guard built into the

filter cap.

Extremely easy handling of the

quick-change filter type, thanks

to its quick-release fastener.

open

closed

Quick change

filter FISF

4


OPERATING PRINCIPLES

Materials

All components in

contact with the

fluid

Gaskets

PP

PVDF

Plexiglas

Jenaer Glas ®

Stainless steel

Titanium

Temperature range

polypropylene

0° to +80°C

polyvinylidene fluoride –20° to +95°C

–10° to +50°C

–20° to +95°C

1,4305 1,4571 –20° to +100°C

3,7035 –20° to +100°C

EPDM

FKM

FEP coated

NBR

ethylene-propylene-diene rubber

fluorinated rubber

fluorinated rubber/FEP coated

nitrile-butadiene rubber

Solid housings for best resistance

against aggressive fluids

As they are entirely made of plastic, our

filter housings are especially suited to filter

aggressive fluids, such as:








acids, bases and mixtures;

solvents;

alkaline degressing baths;

electroplating baths;

foto chemicals;

radioactive, aseptic and precious

liquids;

any other thin fluids.

Apart from standard filters that can be

combined with any Sondermann pump,

we also develop and produce, in close

cooperation with our clients, customized

functional modules ready to be installed.

For example, this

filtering installation with a

filter of type 32

and a filtration rate of up to 72,000l/h.

Highly effective filters

The following filter elements can be inserted

into our filter housings:





Filter cartridges;

Filter plates;

Filter bags;

Activated carbon.

5


The filter elements

Wound cartridges

The microscopic structure of the filter material

is one of the most deciding factors

of filtration efficiency and service life of

the filter.





Depth filter for multiple use.

Direction of filtration from the

outside in.

Easy handling.

High loading capacity grants for a

long service life.

Wound cartridges

Length: 4“ – 40“

Particle retention:

0.5 – 500µm

Metal filter cartridges

Metal filter cartridges are surface filters.

They are best used for processes running

at high temperatures or pressures.

Metal filter cartridges

Length: 10“

Particle retention:

approx. 50µm – 200µm

Filter bags and filter cloth

Both filter bags and filter cloth are surface

filters.






The cake is contained within the

filter bag instead of falling off into

the bath.

Direction of filtration from the inside

to out.

Easy handling.

Easy washing of the filter cloth.

Frequent change of filter is required.

Filter bags

Length: 10” – 40”

Particle retention:

approx. 1µm – 100µm

6


FILTER ELEMENTS AND CARTRIDGES

Filter plates

Filter plates covered with filtering paper

for surface filtration





The cake forms on the top of each

filter paper, i.e. between the filter

plates.

Medium loading capacity.

Only small volume of waste.

Low-priced consumables.

Filter plates

Length: acc. to

the size of the housing

Particle retention:

1µm – 100µm

Canister to take activated

carbon granules

Activated carbon is pure and highly porous

carbon with a large surface area (of up to

300 m 2 per gram). Activated carbon is used

to absorb organic substances as well as

odorous and flavouring substances.




The canister element allows easy

and clean use of activated carbon.

Low flow rates inside the canister

result in long contact times that

further increase the effectiveness

of the filter.

A filter cartridge used as retention

element prevents the activated carbon

from being flushed out.

7


HOUSING SIZES / TYPE DESIGNATION CODE

Filter housings

Universal filter housings

Quick-change

filter housings

without safety

switch SHS

with safety

switch SHS

with safety

switch SHS

Type 1:

4”, 10”, 20”, 30”

Type 1:

4”, 10”, 20”, 30”

Quick-change filter

housing 1: 10”, 20”

Type 3:

10”, 20”, 30”

Type 3:

10”, 20”, 30”

Quick-change filter

housing 1: 10”, 20”

Type 4:

10”, 20”, 30”, 40”

Type 8:

10”, 20”, 30”, 40”

Type 15:

10”, 20”, 30”, 40”

Type 32:

10”, 20”, 30”

Material of the

filter housing

Filter size on basis of

a 10” filter housing

Type 4:

10”, 20”, 30”, 40”

Type 8:

10”, 20”, 30”, 40”

Type 15:

10”, 20”, 30”, 40”

Type 32:

10”, 20”, 30”

Designation code of Sondermann filters

PP 4(1) G2”

Size of feeding and

discharge ports

PVDF 45(3) G2”

The type number is identical with

the number of filter cartridge slots

available in a cartridge. For example,

type 4 has 4 slots, type

32 has 32 slots.

The filter size indicated by the

designation code includes the

total number of filter cartridges

on the basis of a size of 10“ and

the length of the housing. This

means, the first number of the

filter size designation 1(1) indicates

the number of filter cartridges

of size 10“ - i.e. here

1 candle -, the second number in

brackets indicates the length of

the housing.

This allows you to quickly and easily

find the filter size required.

For example:

4(1) Filter housing of type 4

with a length of 10“

8(2) Filter housing of type 4

with a length of 20“

45(3) Filter housing of type 15

with a length of 30“

8


COMBINATION OF PUMPS AND FILTERS /

PRESSURE DROP GRAPHS

Filter

Immersion pump of type

RT1 – RT5

Magnetically coupled

pump of type RM1 to RM5

Quick-change filter

SF1 or SF3

Universal filter housing

of type 1 or 3

Universal filter housing

of type 1 to type 32

Support

Piping

To combine a filter with an

immersion pump, the filter

is integrated into the mounting

flange of the pump.

Pump and filter are installed

onto a support and make,

together with the piping, a

compact installation.

Pressure drop graphs to determine the adequate filter chamber

BG1 BG4 BG8 BG15 BG32

0.7

0.6

0.5

0.4

0.3

0.2

0.1

0.0

0

Pressure drop

(bar)

3 6 9 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 33 36 39 42 45 48 51 54 57 60 63 66 69 72 75

Filtration rate (m 3 /h)

9


Specification of filter housings of type 1

Materials

Gaskets

Filter elements

PP, PVDF, Plexiglas, Jenaer Glas ® , stainless steel, titanium

EPDM, FKM, NBR, FEP coated

Filter cartridges, plates, bags, activated carbon

Housing length 4” 10” 20” 30”

Number of cartridges 1 x 4” 1 x 10” 1 x 20” 1 x 30”

Filter plates* 0.032m 2 0.148m 2 0.316m 2 0.429m 2

Paper dia = 0.2mm

Felt dia = 1.8mm 0.024m 2 0.104m 2 0.196m 2 0.348m 2

Fill weight (act. carb.) – 0.525kg 1.0kg 1.6kg

Act. carbon canister – 1.5dm 3 3.0dm 3 4.5dm 3

Housing volume 1.07dm 3 2.2dm 3 4.1dm 3 6.0dm 3

(without filter elements)

Dimension A (mm) 240 390 641 898

* The number of paper discs required and

thus the filtering surface depend on the

thickness of the paper used.

Filter housing of type 1 for

one filter cartridges.

The central locking screw

facilitates change of filter

element. Inlet and outlet ports

are placed at the side.

10


FILTER HOUSINGS OF TYPE 1

The dimensioned drawing shows a filter combined with a

pump of type 1.5. Other combinations may have different

dimensions.

0.7

0.6

Pressure drop with increasing filtration rate of type 1

0.5

0.4

0.3

0.2

0.1

0.0

0

Pressure drop

(bar)

3 6 9 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 33 36 39 42 45 48 51 54 57 60 63 66 69 72 75

Filtration rate (m 3 /h)

11


Specification of filter housings of type 4

Materials

Gaskets

Filter elements

PP, PVDF, stainless steel, titanium

EPDM, FKM, NBR, FEP coated

Filter cartridges, plates, bags, activated carbon

Housing length 10” 20” 30” 40”

Number of cartridges 4 x 10” 4 x 20” 4 x 30” 4 x 40”

Number of filter plates 26 51 70 89

Paper discs 25 50 69 88

Filtering surface of paper* 0.45m 2 0.9m 2 1.242m 2 1.584m 2

Fill weight (act. carb.) 1.75kg 3.35kg 5.2kg –

Act. carbon canister 5dm 3 9.5dm 3 14dm 3 –

Housing volume 8dm 3 14dm 3 20dm 3 26dm 3

(without filter elements)

Dimension A (mm) 596 850 1104 1358

* The number of paper discs required and

thus the filtering surface depend on the

thickness of the paper used.

Filter of type 4 combined

with a pump of type RM3

for 4 filter cartridges.

The central locking screw

facilitates change of filter

element.

12


FILTER HOUSINGS OF TYPE 4

The dimensioned drawing

shows a filter combined

with a pump of type 3.

Other combinations may

have different dimensions.

0.7

0.6

Pressure drop with increasing filtration rate of type 4

0.5

0.4

0.3

0.2

0.1

0.0

0

Pressure drop

(bar)

3 6 9 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 33 36 39 42 45 48 51 54 57 60 63 66 69 72 75

Filtration rate (m 3 /h)

13


Specifications of filter housings of type 8

Materials

Gaskets

Filter elements

PP, PVDF, stainless steel, titanium

EPDM, FKM, NBR, FEP coated

Filter cartridges, plates, bags, activated carbon

Housing length 10” 20” 30” 40”

Number of cartridges 8 x 10” 8 x 20” 8 x 30” 8 x 40”

Number of filter plates 26 51 70 89

Paper discs 25 50 69 88

Filtering surface of paper* 0.73m 2 1.45m 2 2.01m 2 2.56m 2

Act. carbon canister 9.5dm 3 15dm 3 21.5dm 3 28dm 3

Housing volume 12dm 3 22dm 3 32dm 3 42dm 3

(without filter elements)

Dimension A (mm) 552 806 1060 1314

* The number of paper discs required and

thus the filtering surface depend on the

thickness of the paper used.

Filter of type 8 for 8 filter

cartridges combined with activated

carbon filter of type 4 and

pump of type RM4. Cartridge

filtration with bypass filtration

through activated carbon.

14


FILTER HOUSINGS OF TYPE 8

The dimensioned drawing

shows a filter combined

with a pump of type 4.

Other combinations may

have different dimensions.

0.7

0.6

Pressure drop with increasing filtration rate of type 8

0.5

0.4

0.3

0.2

0.1

0.0

0

Pressure drop

(bar)

3 6 9 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 33 36 39 42 45 48 51 54 57 60 63 66 69 72 75

Filtration rate (m 3 /h)

15


Specifications of filter housings of type 15

Materials

Gaskets

Filter elements

PP, PVDF, stainless steel, titanium

EPDM, FKM, NBR, FEP coated

Filter cartridges, plates, bags, activated carbon

Housing length 10” 20” 30” 40”

Number of cartridges 15 x 10” 15 x 20” 15 x 30” 15 x 40”

Number of filter plates 24 44 66 88

Paper discs 23 43 65 87

Filtering surface of paper* 1.4m 2 2.6m 2 3.85m 2 5.2m 2

Act. carbon canister 15dm 3 29dm 3 43dm 3 –

Housing volume 26dm 3 46dm 3 66dm 3 86dm 3

(without filter elements)

Dimension A (mm) 630 884 1138 1392

* The number of paper discs required and

thus the filtering surface depend on the

thickness of the paper used.

Filter of type 15 for 15 filter

cartridges combined with activated

carbon filter of type 4 and pump

of type RM4. Wound cartridge

filtration with bypass filtration

through activated carbon.

16


FILTER HOUSINGS OF TYPE 15

The dimensioned drawing

shows a filter combined

with a pump of type 4.5.

Other combinations may

have different dimensions.

0.7

0.6

Pressure drop with increasing filtration rate of type 15

0.5

0.4

0.3

0.2

0.1

0.0

0

Pressure drop

(bar)

3 6 9 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 33 36 39 42 45 48 51 54 57 60 63 66 69 72 75

Filtration rate (m 3 /h)

17


Specifications of filter housings of type 32

Materials

Gaskets

Filter elements

PP, PVDF, stainless steel, titanium

EPDM, FKM, NBR, FEP coated

Filter cartridges, bags, activated carbon (filter plates available upon request)

Housing length 10” 20” 30” 40”

Number of cartridges 32 x 10” 32 x 20” 32 x 30” 32 x 40“

Number of filter plates – – – –

Paper discs – – – –

Filtering surface of paper* – – – –

Act. carbon canister 40.4dm 3 76.9dm 3 113.4dm 3 149.9dm 3

Housing volume 73dm 3 129dm 3 185dm 3 241dm 3

(without filter elements)

Dimension A (mm) 640 894 1148 1402

* The number of paper discs required and

thus the filtering surface depend on the

thickness of the paper used.

Filter housing of type 32 for 32

filter cartridges with maximum

filtration rate of 72m 2 /h.

Special lifting equipment for

the cover cap facilitates change

of filter element.

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FILTER HOUSINGS OF TYPE 32

0.7

0.6

Pressure drop with increasing filtration rate of type 32

0.5

0.4

0.3

0.2

0.1

0.0

0

Pressure drop

(bar)

3 6 9 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 33 36 39 42 45 48 51 54 57 60 63 66 69 72 75

Filtration rate (m 3 /h)

19


Quick-change filters

Quick-change filters use filter-medium or

surface filtration to remove organic contaminants

from neutral and aggressive

liquids.

The filters are designed to take filter elements

of 10“, 20“ or 30“ in length to absorb

contaminants of various particle

sizes. The liquid to be filtered passes over

the filter element and then flows to the

outlet.

The special locking mechanism allows the

user to quickly and smoothly change the

filter elements. This will not only increase

the availability of the filter, but also reduce

downtime in case of maintenance

work.

To prevent accidents, two safety switches

control both the filter elements and the

locking of the filter.

Advantages of Sondermann

quick-change filter:




Compact design.

Easy and quick handling.

Double safety fastening

of the covering cap.

Key features:

Filtering surfaces of 0.053m 2 bis 0.2m 2

Filtering volume of 2.375m 3 bis 13.5dm 3

Filter lenghts of 10” to 30”

20


QUICK-CHANGE FILTERS SF

Quick-change filters SF1

Double safety switch for covering

cap; lever-operated quick-release.

The quick-change filter is available in

two variants: Feeding from bottom

(”EU“) and feeding from top (”EO“).

Materials

Gaskets

Filter elements

Particle retention

PP, PVDF

EPDM, FKM, NBR

Strainers, wound cartridges

25µm –80µm (strainers)

0.3µm –100µm (wounded cartridges)

Housing lenght 10” 20”

Number of cartridges 1 x 10” 1 x 10”

Filtering surface 0.053m 2 0.11m 2

Housing volume 2375dm 3 4.25dm 3

Quick-change filters SF3

Double safety switch for covering cap;

lever-operated quick-release.

Materials

Gaskets

Filter elements

Particle retention

PP, PVDF

EPDM, FKM, NBR

Wound cartridges, filter bags,

activated carbon

0.3 – 100µm (wounded cartridges)

Housing length 10” 20”

Number of cartridges 3 x 10” 3 x 20”

Filtering surface(bag) 0.2m 2

Housing volume (with- 8.42dm 3 13.5dm 3

out filter elements)

Fill weight

2.250kg

(activated carbon)

Act. carbon canister 65dm 3

21


Precoat filters

With precoat filtration, filter aids are used

as a precoat to the actual filter medium.

The filter medium can be a filter plate or a

filter cartridge with filter fabric.

The precoating filter aid forms a cake on

the filter medium where the actual particle

precipitation takes place. The so formed

cake acts as a depth filter and

considerably increases the loading capacity

of the actual surface filter.

Precoating

Filter

medium

Precoat filters are also suited for the preparation

of baths or for filtration with activated

carbon. The filters are specifically

designed to perfectly adapt to our customers’

specifications and applications.

Advantages of precoat

filters are:

Easily adjustable to any application

because of various filter aids

available.

Longer service life of surface

filters.

Backwashing is partly possible.

Filtering

Filter

medium

Filter

medium

Backwashing

22


PRECOAT FILTERS

Filter of type 8 with precoating housing,

combined with pump of type RM4.5 to

reach a filtration rate of 30m 3 /h.

Precoating

housing

1

2

7

6

3

Pump

Filter

8

5

4

Outlet

Operating mode

Valve position

Valve no. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Large circuit

including filter


Large circuit

without filter


Small circuit including

precoating housing

pump and filter

Small circuit including

precoating housing

and pump

Filter chamber

discharge


= closed, = open

23


INCLINED-BED BELT FILTER

Inclined-bed belt filter

The inclined-bed belt filter complements the

wide range of Sondermann filters. This filter

is especially suitable for aggressive fluids

with high contamination levels. Main fields of

application include electroplating, etching

and cleaning plants, sewage and water treatment

installations as well as solar, textile and

food industries.

Impure liquid

Paper transport

Operating principle

of the inclined-bed

belt filter

Purified liquid

Advantages at a glance:




All components in contact with the

fluid are made of plastic.

Variable-speed drive.

Compact and portable housing.

Materials

All components

in contact with

the fluid

Gaskets

PP

PVDF

PPS

Stainless steel

Oxide ceramic

PTFE graphite

Temperature range

polypropylene

0° to +80°C

polyvinylidene fluoride –20° to +95°C

Ryton ®

–20° to +100°C

1.4305, 1.4571 –20° to +100°C

aluminium oxide 99,7% –20° to +100°C

PTFE graphite

–20° to +100°C

EPDM

FKM

FEP coated

NBR

ethylene-propylene-diene rubber

fluorinated rubber

perfluorethylene/propylene copolymer

nitrile-butadiene rubber

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NOTES

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SALES REPRESENTATIONS

Thanks to our wide distribution network all over Germany,

you will always find Sondermann pumps at close range.

1 Berlin/Brandenburg

Sondermann Pumpen + Filter

GmbH & Co. KG

August-Horch-Straße 4,

51149 Cologne

Tel.: 0 22 03/93 94-0

Fax: 0 22 03/93 94-48

info@sondermann-pumpen.de

2 Hamburg/Schleswig-Holstein

Rolf-Dieter Thelen

Falkenweg 9, 25337 Elmshorn

Tel.: 0 41 21/725 93

Fax: 0 41 21/725 93

mobil: 0172/628 77 82

r.thelen@flux-pumpen.de

3 Hannover/Kassel

Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Ulrich Pöhls

Alte Bemeroder Straße 122

30539 Hannover

Tel.: 0 5 11/51 71 51

Fax: 0 5 11/544 59 29

mobil: 0172/628 77 83

u.poehls@flux-pumpen.de

4 Bremen/Münster

Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Dieter Röder

Sögelner Str. 5, 49565 Bramsche

Tel.: 0 54 61/96 90 20

Fax: 0 54 61/96 90 21

mobil: 0170/180 25 46

d.roeder@flux-pumpen.de

5.1 Nordrhein-Westfalen Nord

Stephan Hill

Wilensteinweg 10, 50739 Cologne

Tel.: 0 22 03/93 94-20

Fax: 0 22 03/93 94-48

mobil: 0173/716 28 44

s.hill@sondermann-pumpen.de

5.2 Nordrhein-Westfalen Süd

Waldemar Wostmann

Mattlener Weg 12, 50769 Cologne

Tel.: 02 21/708 81 92

Fax: 02 21/700 40 96

mobil: 0177/708 81 92

pumpeninfo@wostmann.de

6 Hessen

Robert Höfling

Odenwaldring 25

63500 Seligenstadt

Tel.: 0 61 82/15 83

Fax: 0 61 82/96 19 27

mobil: 0177/583 49 69

r.hoefling@flux-pumpen.de

7.1 Stuttgart/Ulm

Horst Laidig

Buchfinkenweg 7,

70563 Stuttgart

Tel.: 0 7 11/780 11 29

Fax: 0 7 11/780 43 29

mobil: 0172/407 39 40

h.laidig@flux-pumpen.de

5.1

5.2

BREMEN

COLOGNE

10

SAARBRÜCKEN

7.2 Baden-Württemberg Süd

Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Zdenko Hrncjar

Vogesenstraße 1b, 79331 Teningen

Tel.: 0 76 41/933 51 14

Fax: 0 76 41/933 51 16

mobil: 0172/101 42 17

z.hrncjar@flux-pumpen.de

7.3 Baden-Württemberg West

Martin Reichert

Talweg 12, 75433 Maulbronn

Tel.: 0 70 43/101-420

Fax: 0 70 43/101-444

mobil: 0174/166 57 62

m.reichert@flux-pumpen.de

8 Bayern Süd

Markus Werner

Hauptstraße 5a, 82544 Egling

Tel.: 0 81 76/15 45

Fax: 0 81 76/99 70 23

mobil: 0172/831 15 96

m.werner@flux-pumpen.de

9 Bayern Nord

Dipl.-Ing. (FH) W. Schauer

Margaretenweg 3

91166 Georgensgmünd

Tel.: 0 91 72/77 52

Fax: 0 91 72/70 01 28

mobil: 0172/628 77 81

w.schauer@flux-pumpen.de

4

MÜNSTER

6

KIEL

HAMBURG

HANNOVER

ERFURT

ROSTOCK

FRANKFURT

WÜRZBURG

NÜRNBERG

9

MANNHEIM

MAULBRONN

STUTTGART

7.3

7.2

FREIBURG

2

3

7.1

17

MAGDEBURG

1

15 16

8

MUNICH

BERLIN

10 Rheinland-Pfalz/Saarland

Frank Schorn

Fliederstraße 19,

66773 Schwalbach

Tel.: 0 68 34/56 72 50

Fax: 0 68 34/56 72 62

mobil: 0172/625 92 23

f.schorn@flux-pumpen.de

DRESDEN

15 Thüringen/Sachsen-Anhalt

Dipl. Ing. (FH) Hendrik Müller

Angerstraße 4, 06193 Götschetal

Tel.: 0 34 606/29 03 21

Fax: 0 34 606/29 03 22

mobil: 0172/132 46 74

h.mueller@flux-pumpen.de

16 Sachsen

Dipl.-Ing. Gerd Hanauska

Wasserschänkenstraße 32

09247 Chemnitz/Röhrsdorf

Tel.: 0 37 22/50 25 75

Fax: 0 37 22/50 56 03

mobil: 0172/628 77 84

g.hanauska@flux-pumpen.de

17 Mecklenburg/Vorpommern

Rolf-Dieter Thelen

Falkenweg 9

25337 Elmshorn

Tel.: 0 41 21/725 93

Fax: 0 41 21/725 93

mobil: 0172/628 77 82

r.thelen@flux-pumpen.de

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SALES REPRESENTATIONS

Sondermann pumps and filters

are present all over the world.

Are you looking for an opportunity

to buy our products in your country?

Just give us a call at our

Cologne headquarters. We will be

pleased to help you.

Sondermann

Pumpen + Filter GmbH & Co. KG

August-Horch-Strasse 4

D-51149 Cologne

Phone: +49(0)2203-93940

Fax: (+49(0)2203-939448)

info@sondermann-pumpen.de

www.sondermann-pumpen.de

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pneumatic diaphragm pumps and liquid

volume meters. We invite you to also

benefit from this wide-range competence

for doing a good job.

For more information visit us online at

www.flux-pumpen.de

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SFI 09/09 – 2E

SONDERMANN

PUMPEN + FILTER GMBH & Co. KG

August-Horch-Straße 4 · D-51149 Cologne

Postbox 920101 · D-51151 Cologne

Tel. +49(0)2203/93 94-0

Fax +49(0)2203/93 94-48

info@sondermann-pumpen.de

www.sondermann-pumpen.de

Subject to technical modification.

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