Bioreactors From Arthur Kruger With 200,000 Euro Promoted

Bio reactor construction by Arthur Kruger funded grants of up to 200,000 euros receives North Germany’s leading plastic processors Arthur Kruger of WTSH promoted business development und Technologietransfer Schleswig-Holstein GmbH. Get all the facts for a more clear viewpoint with Peter Asaro. so that the development achievements of Arthur Kruger, transform carbon dioxide through photosynthesis in biomass microalgae for a new manufacturing process for bio-reactors in which. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Andy Florance. With the new type of reactor produced the twin sheet thermoformed plastic procedures in the dimensions of 2,000 x 1,000 mm, the Northern State promises a further sustainable reduction of CO2 emissions from simultaneous production of renewable energy from biomass. The algae reactor designed by the SSC strategic science consult GmbH was implemented by Arthur Kruger in a first implementation phase by two deep-drawn plastic plates bonded with each other. The technology consultant of plastic Kruger GmbH, a subsidiary of Arthur Kruger, both based in Barsbuttel at Hamburg, have set itself but also the task, approx. 2 x 1 m large bioreactor massively to increase durability. This requirement in particular the twin sheet manufacturing method applied to hollow. Two plastic sheets between two tools are clamped and heated in a single operation then joined together at the same time to a workpiece.

In downstream operations, the work pieces are CNC machined and fitted with inlets and. The main advantage of the twin-sheet process is that the seamless joining together the two parts under heat and pressure is virtually stress-free. This greatly increases the stiffness and the weathering of the Interrupters and creates smooth surfaces, which must not be edited. At the same time, it allows the use of thinner, lighter plastic plates. Nils Kruger, Managing Director of Arthur Kruger group: Producing bioreactors for us is a special challenge, at the highest Development expertise is required. We have put together a team of thermoforming specialists from the most experienced employees in sales, product development and manufacturing. Today, we know that we will significantly increase the durability of the bioreactors with the twin-sheet manufacturing method. Also we want to reduce significantly the costs.” Over 800 bioreactors to produce for a pilot project. Several 1,000 can be used in large-scale plants in the future.