From porcelain to filter presses...
Faure Équipements has a long and illustrious history. In 1868, an arts and crafts engineer named Paul FAURE started a machine-building workshop to produce porcelain plates.
From 1868 to 1903, Paul FAURE designed and manufactured automated technologies that allowed Limoges porcelain to be industrialized.
André FAURE, engineer of arts and industries, succeeded him in 1903. He updated the methods for preparing ceramic bodies and replaced manual machinery with automatic devices. The output is subsequently routed to crushers, delayers, agitators, sieves, filter presses, pumps, and degassers, among other things.
The obvious choice is the filter press.
ABOUT THE COMPANY
Thanks to our comprehensive range of filter presses, we are the French leader in the field of filtration and dehydration.
Its manufacturing facility is in Limoges, in the Magré-Romanet Industrial Zone. It is situated on a 21,000 m2 block of land and consists of 8,000 m2 of workshops and offices.
Our axes of development
> innovation thanks to its R&D department
> turnkey engineering
These strategic decisions have allowed Faure Equipements to become the market leader in France and to export and exports its technologies all over the world .
A dedicated team
We also ensure that specific spare parts for our equipment are available, even for older versions (parts for 50-year-old pumps, etc.).