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Cyclext Press Release- ZGF/CST Partnership

Media Contact: Rick Bovensiep President,Cyclext Separator Technologies, LLC Phone: 248-379-8581 Email: rbovensiep@cyclext.com To:General Public(Internet Release) Cyclext Separator Technologies is proud to announce that we have partnered with Zero Gravity Filters in Brighton, Michigan to bring the Cyclext Gen-II Separator to market. Zero Gravity Filters will be adding the Cyclext Gen-II Separator to their already impressive…

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Cyclext Press Release – Official Debut

The future of centrifugal separation is now here. Cyclext Separator Technologies debuts it’s new GEN-II Separator at IMTS 2018 in Chicago, Ill Chicago, Ill 9/10/2018 – Cyclext Separator Technologies, LLC is proud to debut the revolutionary new GEN-II series of Cyclext Centrifugal Separators. CST’s new patent-pending slot/blade configuration we go where no other centrifugal separator…

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Why chose Cyclext Separators for your project? Simple, we did our homework.

Why chose Cyclext Separators for your project over the competition? It’s simple, we did our homework. Flow and filtration are not the same thing. Our competitors designed their separators with flow modeling, ours was done with partial modeling.  Doing that highlighted a major flaw that the Cyclext brand separators solved. With the unique blade design…

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WHY CYCLEXT SEPARATORS? SIMPLE CHOICE – FLEXIBILITY

Why choose Cyclext Separators over other bladed design separators? It’s really a simple choice – Flexibility. Other bladed separator designs are only designed to run in the vertical direction. The inlet is located 90° to the discharge. For years this has been the standard design for centrifugal separators. The trademark(& patent pending) design of the…

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Why Cyclext Separators? Simple choice – Serviceability

Why choose Cyclext Separators over other bladed design separators? It’s really a simple choice – Serviceability. Other bladed designed separators are a single welded assembly. Doing this makes cleaning and inspection of critical internal components virtually impossible. Some versions have a “Clean-Out” at the bottom. This only gets you up to a baffle which blocks the…

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