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NanoHybrids project conclusion on 30 April 2019

NanoHybrids started on 1st November 2015 to develop a new generation of nanoporous organic and hybrid aerogels for industrial applications. Main objective has been the upscaling from laboratory to pilot scale production. After 42 months NanoHybrids reached its main goals: a number of novel bioabased, organic and hybrid aerogel particles can now be produced in […]

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Jet Cutter Technology as new production method for large amounts of aerogel beads identified by NanoHybrids

NanoHybrids achieved the production of bio-based aerogel beads in industrial scale for the first time. Two main methods have been developed, tested and employed. On one hand, well-known emulsion-gelation has been transferred into a continuous process especially suitable for small aerogel beads; on the other hand, the jetcutting method has been identified as a potential […]

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Call for abstracts for Second International Youth Summer School at MUCTR “Aerogels: From laboratory to industry”

On 21-23 August 2019 the International Youth Summer School “Aerogels: from laboratory to industry” will take place in Moscow, Russia, for the second time. The Summer School will focus on various aerogels applications, modeling, commercialization and transfer to industry.

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The Pilot Plant at TUHH – European solution for aerogel tech. translation – Fact Sheet

About the TUHH pilot plant The TUHH pilot plant for aerogel production comprises of two high-pressure units (64 L & 25 L capacity) to perform the supercritical carbon dioxide drying needed for aerogel production. The unit is enclosed in a ventilated cabin satisfying the ATEX norms. Each unit is operated independently in closed loop setting […]

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Foodgrade Aerogels – Intelligent nutrient and drug release – Fact Sheet

Alginate and cellulose based aerogels proved to be appropriate for the application in the food sector: edibility, renewability, sustainability and relatively low cost of these polysaccharides make them an attractive starting material of functional food.

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