Espin is the perfect choice for your business needs.

Trailblazing designs, consistent and innovative research, superior materials and complete sharing of expertise, thanks to a lean and flexible structure. These are the key ingredients in our approach. They allow us to focus directly on our most important objective: maximum machine efficiency performance and total satisfaction for you.


Continuous ongoing research has led us to develop a high-performance bowl, which allows top efficiency, a reduction of the installed electrical power and, therefore, energy consumption, resulting in lower operating costs.

Furthermore, in order to support correct use of the product, we supply special software to enable remote and real-time monitoring of all the fundamental operating parameters.


All components are manufactured to the highest quality and safety standards. Special SUPER DUPLEX stainless steels with very high resistance to mechanical stress and corrosion are used for the bowl. Parts in contact with the product are made of AISI 304/316 stainless steel.

How does it work? There is a physical principle behind it…

It all starts with the exploitation of a centrifugal force, which generates a more efficient and much faster separation compared to the more traditional decanting method.

The mixture requiring separation flows into a bowl that is similar to a tank. As this bowl rotates at exceptionally high speed, the effect of gravity is replaced by the centrifugal force (G), which can be up to 10,000 times greater than the force of gravity.

The separation efficiency gets an additional boost from a disc stack inside the bowl.

The feeding system features a soft product inlet flow, allowing it to reach a high speed without damaging its characteristics.

Separated solids, which have a higher density, accumulate on the peripheral part of the bowl (again due to centrifugal force). At regular intervals, they are automatically exhausted by a partial and/or total discharge process.

Separated liquids flow to the upper section of the bowl and are discharged by centripetal pumps.