Landia is a Danish family-owned company, which was established back in 1933 in the western part of Denmark, where we're still based today.
Landia's founder, Mr. Christian Oelgaard (1909-1991), served his apprenticeship with master blacksmith H. S. Hansen in the late 1920s
Hansen trained several skilled and enterprising blacksmiths in his workshop and encouraged them to think independently.
This led to the establishment of several new metalworking companies in Lem Stationsby in the years leading up to World War II. Today the most well-known of these are Vestas, HansenGroup, IPL and Landia.
Over the years these four companies have shown a special ability to survive, develop and create growth far beyond the town’s borders.
On Stand Number K201 at UK AD & Biogas (Birmingham NEC July 5 & 6), Landia will be launching BioBuster, a new non-pumping pre-treatment that dramatically breaks down solid matter to enhance the performance of an AD plant.
Since its formation in 1993, Eco Sustainable Solutions has always looked for improvement with a total commitment to innovation that has distinguished itself in renewable energy.
Describing your highly innovative technology as ‘a slurry tank with a lid on’ is unlikely to win any marketing awards, but with nine successful farm-based AD plants in the UK and a new worldwide patent, Fre-energy’s simple grit-removal system could make it the must-have agricultural installation.
AD Operators and water companies can reduce the energy usage of their digester pumps and mixers by up to 50%, according to leading manufacturer, Landia.
In the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Landia’s AirJet is playing a key role in the success of the aeration and wastewater system for a major poultry processor.
If energy-efficient Aeration is not your priority – even when it is well documented that Aeration accounts for a pretty staggering 50-70 per cent of a treatment plant’s power consumption – then please, turn the page.
Landia has supplied a total of 22 pumps and mixers for an expanding Wastewater Treatment Plant in central China.
Over a decade on from an installation at a major wastewater treatment plant in Kansas, leading pump and mixer manufacturer Landia has once again demonstrated the longevity of its equipment by helping its customer get the original kit back into optimum operation.
At the official opening in March of Richgro’s new AD plant in Western Australia, Managing Director Geoff Richards looked out with immense pride and satisfaction. In the company’s centenary year, the new £3.5M AD plant represents a true cornerstone - not just for the family-owned and run Richgro, but for Australia as a whole. Geoff’s grandfather, Arthur Richards had arrived in Perth one hundred years ago with just £5 in his pocket, but soon set up a thriving grocers and general merchant’s store.
An aeration system made by Landia is part of a new wastewater treatment facility at a major UK Airport for the storage and treatment of surface run-off water, which can contain de-icing fluid, glycol, jet fuel, oil, dirt, grit, as well as general rubbish.