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Cooperation HS Mannheim und Rematec

Compared to fresh produce, the recycling of solvents saves around 700 to 1100 kg of CO2 emissions per ton as CO2 equivalent. For this purpose, thin-film evaporator technology is to be used at Rematec Recycling in the future.
Under the supervision of Prof. Till Adrian from the Hochschule Mannheim - Mannheim University of Applied Sciences and Wolfgang Weißmann, Managing Director of Rematec, bachelor student and newest member of the #KlutheFamily, Mohammed Kouran, develops and implements the new technology. With the help of simulations for efficient utilization and dimensional component analysis, the system can be used in a targeted manner after the project has been completed.
You can find more information about recycling at Rematec HERE.