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Muller S.,Bruckner Trockentechnik GmbH and Co. KG
Technische Textilien | Year: 2010

In thermal non-woven processes, both in the medium and long range, the acquisition costs for the machine do not make up the bulk of the plant costs but rather the necessary heat energy for which generation gas, electricity or oil in corresponding amounts are needed. Here , both the possibilities for an economical energy process management and concepts for rational energy application will be presented. The most important measures are the reduction of the incoming moisture, the optimization of exhaust air quantity, the use of the exhaust air heat and, above all, naturally, a highly efficient furnace which as much as possible should work without energy loss. With the newly developed Eco-Heat heat recovery system and Eco-Air exhaust air cleaning system from Brückner, not only high cost savings are realized, but they are also compatible with all the dryer types from foreign suppliers.


Muller S.,Bruckner Trockentechnik GmbH and Co. KG
Unitex | Year: 2010

In thermal nonwovens processes the major part of the costs in the medium and the long term are not caused by the purchase costs for the machinery but by the required thermal energy generated with corresponding quantities of gas, electricity or oil. The estimations of many owners are in this aspect completely wrong. This paper shows possibilities for an energetically economic process control and the concepts offered by BRÜCKNER for an efficient use of energy. The most important measures are the reduction of the initial moisture, the optimisation of the exhaust air flow, the use of exhaust air heat and above all of course a highly efficient dryer working if possible without energy losses. The newly developed ECO-HEAT heat-recovery and ECO-AIR exhaust air cleaning systems by BRÜCKNER allow to cut the costs considerably and they are compatible for all dryer types not only of BRÜCKNER but also of other producers.


Stadter D.,Bruckner Trockentechnik GmbH and Co. KG
Coating International | Year: 2013

The worldwide production of glass fabric meshes increases more than proportionally since the nineties. Even the years of crisis 2001/2002 and 2008/2009 could not affect this development durably. The reasons are the excellent characteristics of glass fabric mesh, which make it a perfect material in the semiconductor industry, in the construction industry or in the aeronautic industry. However, its energy-consuming production, processing and finishing forces to look for energy savings potentials. With the example of four processing steps of glass fabric finishing this paper discusses effective and intelligent measures allowing considerable savings of primary energy for the allocation of process heat. If one considers the glass fabric finishing chain for the printed circuit industry, which is caramelizing, batch ovens and silane impregnation, about 25% of the primary energy can be saved with the use of innovative, energy efficient and high-quality technology! This is an argument which the cost-conscious operating company cannot ignore in its investment decision because it means additional earnings opportunities.


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Bruckner Trockentechnik GmbH and Co. KG | Date: 1991-11-26

machines for the impregnating, coating, cladding, gelatinizing, vulcanizing, washing, dyeing, stretching, drying, hardening, printing, and hot pressing of webs of textiles, paper, plastic, and metal.


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Bruckner Trockentechnik GmbH and Co. KG | Date: 1968-08-27

MACHINES FOR THE COATING, CLADDING, GELATINIZING, VULCANIZING, WASHING, DYEING, STRETCHING, DRYING, HARDENING, PRINTING AND HOT PRESSING OF WEBS OF MATERIAL, IN PARTICULAR WEBS OF TEXTILES, PAPER, PLASTIC, AND METAL.

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