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Successful Pilot

The aim of the US4Greenchem project was to develop a biorefinery concept for the complete utilization of lignocellulosic biomass, which is energy- and cost-efficient and based exclusively on green technologies. By the combined ultrasonic and enzyme treatment of lignocellulosic raw materials, a substrate for sugar-based biotechnological applications can be obtained. At the end of March, the first pilot-scale trials were successfully carried out at the pilot plant in Finland.

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Ultrasound deburring wins “Jugend forscht” contest

Jonas Münz (16) and Jakob Rehberger (17) won for their project “ultraTEC – and the burr is gone” the prize of the Federal President at this year’s national competition “Jugend forscht”. Based on the patented Weber ultrasonic deburring system, the two students developed a method for Ulrich Medical in Ulm to deburr pedicle screws used in spinal injuries. Congratulations!

Reference: INNOVATIVE CLEANING SYSTEM FOR SPAX SCREW PRODUCTION

In collaboration with conveyor and process engineering system specialists Maschinenfabrik Dr. Ing. Gössling, Weber Ultrasonics developed an ultrasonic cleaning concept that cleans the screws individually in a continuous process.

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New electroplating plant put into operation

We congratulate the Changtai KEMEI Kitchen & Bathroom Technology Co., Ltd. for opening the new electroplating plant on November 14, 2018 in Zhangzhou City. The € 3.8 million plant for electroplating stainless steel and copper alloy bathroom accessories was completed in just 2 months´ time. Our SonoPower 3S ultrasonic generators are used for cleaning the fittings before the electroplating process. They allow the selection of individual programs for different materials and sizes via the integrated fieldbus interface, and ensure a first-class quality surface of the final product.

New approaches to reduce acrylamide in food

Acrylamide is a potentially carcinogenic substance that forms from the naturally occurring components asparagine and sugar in starchy foods when cooked at higher temperatures and low humidity (such as baking, roating or frying). Since April 2018, the new EU Regulation 2017/2158, requires from
Food companies to reduce the acrylamide content in their products. Weber Ultrasonics, as one of the 14 founding members of the “acrylamide” network, is involved in the research project to comply with mandatory benchmarks through process innovation.

PRESS RELEASE

Environmentally friendly and healthy by bicycle

As part of the RadPENDLER BW campaign in Karlsbad, 372 cyclists in 30 teams completed a total of 76,074 km of cycling in one month which is equally to 1.9 times the length of the equator, avoiding 10,803 kgCO2 emissions. Our 12 cyclists finished with 2,134 environmentally friendly and athletically covered kilometers to work a great second place.

Reference CLEANING TESTS FOR INDIVIDUAL SOLUTIONS

Weber Ultrasonics equips the cleaning system in the in-house technical center of AdunaTEC with innovative ultrasonic components. Qualified cleaning tests with several frequencies can be performed.

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Parts2Clean 2017 – a success story

A convincing presentation of the new SonoPower 3s generator, the preview of the Megasonic version and an outstanding visitor response at the newly designed booth made the Parts2Clean again the most important event for Weber Ultrasonics in the area of industrial ultrasonic cleaning.

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Big stage for small blades at Fakuma

Presented for the first time, the new SonoTrans system for cutting composites shows the benefits of applying innovative ultrasound technology: higher accuracy, flexible use with robots, shorter processing times and longer tool life set the pace for the processing of lightweight and composite materials in the future.

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Composite Cutting Brochure