Energy, Environment and Food
We are a leading provider of separation technology, heat transfer and fluid handling. Our equipment, systems and services are used to treat water, reduce emissions and minimize water and energy consumption, as well as heating, cooling, separating and transporting foodstuffs.
The maritime industry is changing at an increasing pace, especially when it comes to new requirements in terms of energy efficiency and environmental protection. Alfa Laval has the solutions and expertise you need to stay ahead.
Data center cooling
Alfa Laval plate heat exchangers provide an efficient and flexible heat transfer solution and save space in the data center.
Municipal Wastewater Treatment
We offer a complete range of wastewater treatment, filtration and sludge treatment systems. This helps, among other things, to generate clean waste water and to reuse water and heat.
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Join Alfa Laval’s new Net-zero launch event − We are back with new products and insights!
After an incredibly successful first run in February 2022, Alfa Laval is back with new insight on how to accelerate sustainable solutions in the energy market. The Alfa Laval Net-zero launch event wil...
Introducing the Alfa Laval E-PowerPack – a game-changing advance in marine sustainability
As the marine industry works to decarbonize, Alfa Laval is at the forefront of preparing technologies to make it happen. Now the first of many new energy solutions is coming to fruition: the Alfa Lava...
Alfa Laval’s development of methanol solutions reflects the full spectrum of changes on board
The marine industry has ambitious decarbonization goals, but the fuel shift required to reach them will not occur overnight. The next step in the transition will likely be methanol, which – if produce...
No more compromises with the new Alfa Laval DuraCirc® circumferential piston pump
Performance, hygiene and simpler service are essential to hygienic processes. Yet manufacturers across the dairy, food, beverage, confectionery, and home-personal care industries must often compromi...