Netwater Technology supplies a sludge dehydrator for the Disctech®Nw500.301 rings for the industrial sector

By supplying this equipment our customer wants to improve the efficiency of the process of dehydration of the sludge produced in its production process and reduce the costs of treating them.

Before they had other types of conventional technologies such as centrifuges and belt filters, this type of technology did not achieve the performance desired by our customer in the treatment of sludge, for this reason did not request technical advice.

For this reason, NETWATER offered to our client a state-of-the-art Technology such as the Disctech Ring Sludge Dehydrator Nw500.301, a very efficient equipment, with lower electricity consumption, with lower operating costs, with lower maintenance costs, significantly reducing operating costs.

In the following table you can see the advantages of our technology in relation to the conventional technologies that exist in the market:

Characteristics DISCTECH®Nw500






Dehydration of waste water with low solids content
Requirements for sludge thickeners
24h of continuous operation
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Table 3: A comparative table of characteristics and advantages of a worm sludge dehydrator compared to others such as band filters, centrifuges and filter presses.

Netwater Technology has completed the supply of equipment for the treatment of sludge produced in an industrial sector:

  • 1 Dehydrator of sludge by rings Disctech nw100 (Flow: 1.5 – 2.5 m³/h, with a concentration of sludge at the entrance of 2%)

The main objective of this installation was to achieve:

-Increase dewatering of sludge, with a dryness of 20%.

-Reduce electricity consumption.

-Reduce maintenance costs.

-Reduce operating costs.

Netwater Technology, through this supply, has managed to meet the needs of our customer, who has been very satisfied with our product and service.

Netwater Technology in the 2019 edition of Smagua

Netwater Technology visited the 24th International Water and Irrigation Exhibition Smagua 2019, which was held from 05 to 07 February, at the fairgrounds of Zaragoza.

Netwater could not miss the appointment, which is defined by the president of the fair, Manuel Teruel as the benchmark for the water sector in Spain. Many others define it as the international water reference par excellence. In one way or another, with a history of 45 years of existence, Smagua becomes an essential appointment for Netwater, for the opportunity to coincide with companies like us: companies with a marked innovative character and committed to solutions of high technological value in the world of water treatment.

During our visit to Smagua, in addition to attending different technical conferences of the twenty offered by the event, we had the opportunity to exchange information, knowledge and concerns with more than fifty professionals from among the approximately 200 exhibitors at the fair. One more step in the definitive consolidation of Netwater in the national market and one more step towards the internationalization of the company.

Netwater Technology attend the conference on behalf “Export keys for Germany”

Last 14th of March 2018, the International Business Network, held a seminar intended for exporting or potential exporting companies to the German country.

The journey was organised in collaboration with the Cambra de Comerç de Barcelona: the conference opening speech was conducted by David Anton, representative of the Cambra delegation in the Maresme. The conference was run by Josep Maria Gomes, Cambra’s expert on the German market. The general manager of Tallers Gil Bo S.A. took part as a successful example of an export company, with his experience, keys and tips required to enter the German market.

Netwater Technology participated in this event, with the assistance of David Sánchez-Lafuente, General Manager and Eva Fargas, sales assistant. The session was very interesting, with a wide range of information and with all the questions answered. The German market represents the first European economy, it has a total population of 82 million people and a per capita income of around $48.839.

Netwater Technology assisted to the presentation by “BARCELONA EXPORT”: Exporting to France?

Last 30th of November 2017, the Program Go Global and the International Business Network, held a networking journey, to analyse the business opportunities to export to the French market.

The session began with an introduction of Mr. Jaume Teodoro, general manager of TecnoCampus. Then continued with the presentation of Ms. Isabel García, consultant at Barcelona Exportes. And ended with the address of Mr. Xavier Garcia, general manager of ESLA, as a successful company that exports to France.

Netwater Technology took part in this event with the assistance of Mr. David Sánchez-Lafuente, general manager and Eva Fargas, sales assistant. The feed-back for Netwater Technology was very positive, for the interesting insights concerning the French market and its specific features. A market with 70 million consumers, which represents the 6th largest worldwide economy, with plenty of possibilities for those companies that are able to add value and improvements to their products.