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Alfa Laval’s products and solutions are used in areas of vital importance for humanity such as food and water supply, energy production and economizing and environmental protection.
Aim / Vision / Mission
Over the years, Alfa Laval has built up a reputation primarily on the strength of supplying high-quality products. This is still valid, but we also want to provide value for our customers. This value is summarized in our mission: To optimize the performance of our customers’ processes. Time and time again. This means that we should be a customer-focused company that supplies products and solutions that help our customers become more productive and competitive. We have to define the challenges faced by our customers and offer them solutions that respond to their true needs. Different customers have different requirements. We have to treat each one individually and appropriately, regardless of what they are selling and regardless of which market channel we are using.
In 2008, Alfa Laval celebrated its 125th anniversary. With the help of some of the most important milestones, you can follow Alfa Laval’s growth towards the large international group it has become today.
Alfa Laval’s founder, Gustaf de Laval, is born in the province of Dalarna in Sweden.
After reading an article in the German periodical, Milchzeitung, Gustaf de Laval starts to work on the development of a centrifugal separator.
The first continuous separator is demonstrated in Stockholm. This separator has a capacity of 130 litres per hour.
Gustaf de Laval and his partner, Oscar Lamm, establish the company AB Separator. The De Laval Cream Separator Co. is formed in the U.S. which is the start of a continuously growing international establishment.
The first pumps are sold. They are used to pump skimmed milk from the centrifugal separator.
The German inventor, Clemens von Bechtolsheim’s patent for conical metal discs is acquired. By using these so called Alfa-discs, the separator’s capacity is increased many times over.
Alfa Laval introduces the world’s first continuous separator using the Alfa disc stack technology. The first continuous milk pasteurizer is introduced.
The first yeast separator is installed in a customer’s production line.
Gustaf de Laval begins to work on the design of a milking machine.
Gustaf de Laval dies at the age of 67. During his lifetime, he acquires 92 Swedish patents and establishes 37 companies. His memorial is engraved with the inscription: “The Man of High Speed”.
Alfa Laval sells the first separator for oil purification.
1919 – 1936
Subsidiaries are formed in Denmark, South Africa, Finland, Australia, New Zealand, Poland, Yugoslavia and Ireland.
The world’s first hermetic separator is introduced by Alfa Laval at an exhibition in Berlin.
Alfa-Laval introduces its first heat exchanger. Pontus Hytte, son of the famous Swedish painter Carl Larsson, moves the development and production of heat exchangers to Lund.
Sales of the “self-cleaning” centrifugal separator and decanter centrifuges begins.
The first automatic CIP (Cleaning-In-Place) system is installed in a Swedish dairy.
The first sterilization processing system is installed in Italy. This marks a major breakthrough in the dairy and liquid food-processing sector.
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