Processing and control of novel nanomaterials in packaging, automotive and solar panel processing lines
October 1st, 2015 – September 30th, 2018
To demonstrate the benefits of the introduction of nanotechnology into packaging, automotive and photovoltaic materials production lines. To validate the resulting productivity and products vs. existing benchmarks in terms of performance, cost and sustainability.
The project will deliver tailored formulations of compounds and coatings for each target sector. It will also focus on the development and industrial integration of electrospray nano-deposition, online dispersion and monitoring systems to ensure a constant quality of produced materials.
Innovacio i recerca industrial i sostenible (Spain)
Belectric (Germany), Bioinicia (Spain), Fraunhofer (Germany), Fundacio Eurecat (Spain), HPX Polymers (Germany), Ilirija, Razvoj, Proizvodnja in Trzenje Kozmetincnih Izdelkov (Slovenia), Innovacio i Recerca Industrial i Sostenible (Spain), Institute of Occupational Medicine (UK), Instituto Technologico del Embalaje, Transporte y Logistica (Spain), Laser Consult Muszaki-Tudomanyos es Gazdasagi Tanacsado Korlatolt Felelossegu Tarsasag (Hungary), Lajovic Tuba Embalaza (Slovenia), MBN Nanomaterialia (Italy), Pemu Muanyagipari Zartkoruen Mukodoreszvenytarsasag (Hungary), SIBO (Slovenia) and OWS (Belgium)
Mr. Lasse Six