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Change of existing galvanization plants to meterials loss minimized process technique at simultaneous costs reduction: Change of a hot-dip galvanising (TV 16)
- Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF)
Fertigstellung des Projekts:
Fertigung / produzierende Unternehmen, Maschinen- / Anlagenbau
In the surface finishing sector, which also includes hot-dip galvanising, it is almost exclusively end-of-pipe technologies that are used for environmental protection. Converting to preventative, production-integrated pollution control systems is frequently regarded in the sector as too expensive and therefore as uncompetitive.
The aim of the plan was to counter these reservations through examining and converting, as far as possible and practically feasible, all stages of the hot-dip galvanising process, while at the same time reducing costs. The aim was also to prove that correctly implemented environmental protection improves technological progress and competitiveness.An actual status analysis was carried out at the beginning of the project. The operating data obtained in the analysis was then presented to the project partners for compiling the actual status and as basic data for PC models. After carrying out research on current technology and patents, a rough concept with possible variants was compiled for the conversion. This was developed into a detailed concept with the conversion variants, which were then partly implemented.
Autor/Projektleiter: Mark Hrdina ; Heinz Külker
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