In order to better recycle scraps and depuration sludges generated in the tanning industry, free-chrome compounds will be utilised in the industrial process.
The objective of this strategic project is to apply new biotechnological tools and agronomic technologies to improve the european forestry sector.
During this project, the treatment and re-utilization of tanning industry by-products will be studied so that large quantities of solid waste can be exploited. The aim is to reduce disposal costs and produce re-usable products.
The aim is to develop a distributed infrastructure and services system (ikf framework) with appropriate toolkits and techniques, for knowledge discovery/fusion and presentation in different application areas.
Improve depuration technology in the tanning industry,reduce manufacturing costs/environmental impact through a drastic reduction of used chemical products, a significant decrease in final sludges and an improvement in their quality.
Development of a commercial prototype of an innovative cost-effective system for ultra-hard coating at high deposition rates and low temperatures using a new coating method.
The aim is to overcome current technical and technological deficits by advanced process and production automation technologies in metal surface processing and net-shaping for repair welding and recovery services.
Development and experimental production of measurement standards for laser beam/optics characterization. Technology and instrumentation for on-line and off-line beam and optics monitoring.
The aim of the project is to develop and implement new technology for water chemical treatment in energy systems in the power industry.
The aim is to develop a new optimal catalyst for the production of high-purity bisphenol a, which is colour- stable at high temperatures. This intermediate feedstock is used to manufacture the highest grade polycarbonate resins.