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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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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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Presentation of NanoHybrids results at PARTEC and POWTECH on 9–11 April 2019

In cooperation with well-known industrial partners, the European research project NanoHybrids has successfully developed production systems for organic aerogel particles and manufactured larger quantities of these novel materials for the first time. This represents an important step towards industrial mass production and application of particulate aerogels by the industrial and research consortium. Results and products […]

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AEROGELS 2018 – Supercritical drying of aerogels – Thermodynamic considerations for critical process steps

The session on Supercritical Drying on 26 September 2018 at the Fourth International Seminar on Aerogels will start with André Mohs and Volker Steinhagen from Uhde High Pressure Technologies, one of the sponsors of the conferencs. As experts in High Pressure Technologies they will present an overview on some critical process steps of the aerogel […]

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New plant for producing aerogels built in TUHH’s pilot and research facility

  A new plant for producing aerogels – highly porous nanoparticles – has been built in the technology centre at Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH). The plant, jointly financed by the EU research project “NanoHybrids” and by industry, enables prototype aerogels to be produced for direct industrial tests for the first time.The skill and experience […]

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