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EurA is a leading consortium member for the program component Business Acceleration Services in the program Horizon 2020 SME Instrument for supporting SME. The target is accelerating the growth of small and medium-sized enterprises by facilitating access to private investors, new business partners, dealers, suppliers and customers. Networking events, training, workshops and an online-matching platform are to create a Europe-wide community of SMEs, investors and larger companies.
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Project partner: ESDA Technologie GmbH
In the low-temperature range (approx. -20 to +100 °C), the largest amount of thermal energy is needed, e.g. for heating or air conditioning of buildings. The share of this in the total primary energy demand is about 40%. Phase change materials (PCM) are some of the key technologies in the energy revolution and thermal optimisation of technical processes. This saves the enormous energy and CO2 amounts named above. Because of this, there have been efforts to transfer PCMs (paraffins, their derivatives, salt hydrates, etc.) into an application-friendly form. To date, micro- and macro-encapsulation of PCM has turned out to be technically as well as economically unsuitable for a wide-spread application.
ESDA Technologie GmbH develops the "Heatsel" PCM capsule that represents macro-encapsulation of phase change materials for use as a heat-carrier medium in gaseous and aqueous systems. EurA applies for the subsidies for this project. The project is in first place among the six subsidised projects. 108 applications have been filed in total. Our project application was given maximum points.
The ESDA technology chosen by the EU for the subsidy offers a high-performance-capable high-capacitive, cost-efficient and user-friendly solution in the form of a PCM-filled capsule for thermal energy storage. The PCM storage capsule, already registered under the brand name "Heatsel" and patented, can be combined with any heat exchanger systems as well as with any energy technology, including renewable energies. ESDA expects a great sales potential for the application of the "Heatsel" capsule just in the area of thermal solar collectors and heat pumps.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 778788.
Project partner: Thermico GmbH & Co. KG
Plastics are used in nearly any industry sector due to their beneficial properties - from construction management to automotive construction to aviation. Use of recycled plastics is very important here, since machines and systems must be adjusted to these materials. Wearing of the parts and standstill of the machines when switching to recycled plastics should be avoided as far as possible.
Thermico develops a cost-efficient coating technology called "nanoHPcs", which can apply carbide layers to parts. This leads to extremely wear-proof surfaces for processing of recycled plastics. Thermico charges EurA with applying for phase 2 of the EU SME-Instrument. The EU subsidises the project "nanoHPcs" with a project volume of about 2.8 million Euro. Thus, Thermico is playing in the Champions' League of EU-subsidised SME. This would have been impossible without the support of EurA.
Market introduction of coated process units in the polymer industry opens up a new market to Thermico for carbide layers in the polymer industry.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 756165.
Towers and rotors of wind turbine generators (WTGs) require regular cleaning, maintenance and repair in case of damage. Such maintenance work, which arises with increasing frequency over the course of a WTG's service life, is permitted with simple tools such as cranes or industrial abseilers. Such work is expensive, time-consuming and dangerous for persons working at great heights. They often have to be delayed due to weather, which leads to extended standstills.
The university of applied sciences Aachen cooperates with its industry partners ematec AG and Gebr. Käufer GmbH to develop a climbing service platform called "SMART" (Scanning, Monitoring, Analysing, Repair and Transportation) with a closed work cabin that moves up the tower on its own all the way to the rotor blades and the nacelle of the ATG.
From the repair platform with its weather-protected work cabin, system engineers are to be able to perform error recognition and the required maintenance work on the rotor blade securely in future. it permits vertigo-free work at heights.
EurA advances the project with an acquired subsidy total of 4.2 million Euro. Construction of the prototype is just ahead.