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Reorganization of galvanic plants to material loss minimised process techniques with simultaneous reduction of costs: employing of an unbaised equipment contractor
- Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF)
Fertigstellung des Projekts:
Maschinen- / Anlagenbau
Through the application of production-integrated processes for the economisation of raw materials and waste avoidance, expenditure on downstream decontamination and waste disposal processes can be substantially reduced. In the electroplating sector, however, integrated concepts which can be applied regardless of the manufacturer concerned are still restricted by significant handicaps.
In the course of an overall research project, it was intended to demonstrate that process technology for the minimisation of material losses can be cost-effectively implemented, not only in new facilities, but also in conjunction with the conversion of existing electroplating installations.
This subproject was intended to establish the extent to which this process can be supported by the specialised expertise of a “neutral” plant supplier, i.e. a company which, while expertly qualified in the planning, coordination and construction of plant systems, is not exclusively involved in the sector concerned and, as a result, will not be governed by the specific interests of that sector. To this end, a trial project has been launched in which the definition of the technical concept and plant construction have been separated and are to be undertaken by different partners.
- In the example of the Liebherr Aerospace electroplating facility considered, it has been demonstrated that the involvement of a “neutral” plant supplier offers potential for the more effective implementation of the process concept developed.
- Findings derived from this project have been recorded in supporting materials such as checklists and flow charts.
Autor/Projektleiter: Rudolf Günther
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