Adjustable extruder degassing system is energy-efficient
Introducing for the first time at Fakuma show
Trendelkamp save resources with the new development of the TK-V Vacuum Units.
The suction capacity can be set up manually and the speed of the water ring pump will be directly controlled. The closed water cycle system enables to use less fresh water. These technical solutions save resources and ensure less usage in water and electricity. The simple construction allows an easy and fast cleaning process.
Look and see! We are looking forward to welcome you on our booth: Hall A6, Booth: 6407
Tailor-made Filtration Solutions.
Hexpol TPE chooses Trendelkamp.
Hexpol TPE is a globally operating and growing specialist in TPE compounding. The company stands for high product quality and customized compounds. Due to optimization efforts of the extrusion equipment and increasing production capacities of the German based subsidiary, Hexpol TPE GmbH chose Trendelkamp to supply tailor-made filtration equipment.
According to Dominik Fehn, Production Manager at Hexpol TPE GmbH, Trendelkamp was selected due to customization options of the Screen Changer as well as excellent communication and quick response times. Trendelkamp also equipped all extrusion lines with Pellet Classifiers.
Trendelkamp filtration systems are widely known for excellent heat insulation and rectangular breaker plates that save energy and also reduce pressure loss over the screen changer, respectively. Trendelkamp – Solutions that move.
The Convertible Cruise Ship.
A Highly Engineered Retractable Roof for the Norwegian Bliss.
Trendelkamp designs and builds a unique retractable roof system for Meyer Werft to enhance the pool area on the top deck of the Norwergian Bliss, a cruise ship operated by Norwegian Cruise Lines.
The roof size is more than 100 m2 and can be controlled manually or via remote control. The welded steel construction was executed in accordance to EN 1090 and was precisely engineered to operate regardless of ship movement. Utilizing advanced engineering techniques, Trendelkamp designed the retractable roof system to take into account the resonance frequency requirements and strict water tight sealing guidelines. Meyer Werft was pleased with the Trendelkamp technology and workmanship that they subsequently placed another order for an additional system for one of their other cruise ships.
The Norwegian Bliss was built by Meyer Werft in Papaneburg, Germany. It is approx. 333 m (1.100 feet) in length and offers a capacity of up to 5.000 passengers.