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Exciting visit at ENTEX. Baratti Engineering GmbH gives a lecture on vacuum technology

Mr. Gerhard Baratti, Managing Director of Baratti Engineering GmbH, offered the ENTEX team exciting insights into the field of vacuum technology. In addition to the patented melt and freeze process, the different vacuum systems with pre-separation for different applications were intensively discussed. Another focus was on the selection of the right system in order to work out environmentally efficient and cost saving concepts for the customer. The ENTEX team would like to thank Mr. Baratti for the knowledge transfer and the passionate presentation. We look forward to a further inspiring exchange of information.

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