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Saving energy using more efficient process technology

Compared to conventional technologies such as high speed dissolvers or agitators, modern mixing and dispersion technologies achieve significant improvements with regard to their energy requirement: depending on the application, the energy requirement can be lowered by up to 90%. We will introduce eight crucial levers for lowering the energy requirement in this 16-page whitepaper.

Our whitepaper details the following

  • where users need to start to reduce the energy requirement in their processes
  • how production processes can be efficiently implemented with mixing and dispersion technologies from ystral
  • which time, cost and energy savings ystral was already able to realise for users from different industries

To the whitepaper

8 levers for lowering the energy requirement in process technology

Shorten process times
Modern mixing and dispersing technologies can drastically shorten process times - this leads to significantly reduced energy requirements even with a higher power input.
Replace energy-intensive processes
With innovative mixing and dispersion technology, energy-intensive processes can be reduced or completely eliminated - an example for this is the use of grinders in the production of varnishes and paints.
Realise cold processes
Many processes that previously had to be carried out at high temperatures can be cold-processed by dispersing under high shear and optimised pressure conditions.
Reduce space requirements
For the same output, a modern mixing and dispersing plant requires only 25 % of the building volume that would be needed if conventional technologies were used.
Achieve reproducible results
Rework on the product due to fluctuating dispersion results is no longer required when using modern technologies, the risk of faulty batches is minimal.
Work on the best efficiency point
Working at maximum efficiency is difficult to achieve with a dissolver, for example, but is easily possible in a closed-loop process with modern mixing and dispersing technology.
Optimise cleaning processes
By optimising and automating cleaning processes and reducing the size of the plants, the time and thus also the energy required for cleaning can be reduced.
Dispense with intermediate storage
With effective mixing and dispersing technology, the product can be taken directly to filling without the space- and energy-intensive intermediate storage that is otherwise often necessary.

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