Due to three chairs and two professorships, the DITF are closely connected to the University of Stuttgart and Reutlingen University.
Mathematical methods make it possible to simulate reality in a computerappropriate way and to deal with large amounts of data or complex structures in a meaningful way; optimal solutions to technical problems can be found by means of simulations. The specific competence of the Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics in Kaiserslautern is the mathematical approach to practical problems; it ideally complements engineering work and therefore leads to a broad spectrum of applications: automotive industry, mechanical engineering, textile industry, aerospace, energy and finance.
More than 250 employees work in the fields of fluid dynamics, visualization of large data sets, optimization of production processes, virtual material design, quality inspection, HPC.
S I E B F A B R I K Arthur Maurer GmbH & Co.KG - Mössingen
Our users know they can rely on our wires
We resolve screening problems for our customers throughout the world, whether in the card-board, paper or cellulose manufacturing industries, the fiber cement industry or the non-woven or chipboard manufacturing industries - SFU weaves can be counted on to give reliable, long-lasting service as, e.g.
• De-watering and filtration screens
• Forming and dryer screens
• Conveying and press screens
• Woven fabrics made of twisted wire for wide-ranging applications
• Architectural mesh for external wall designs and functional purposes
In our machine manufacturing department, we make cylinder molds, couch rollers, extractor rollers and other components of above-average endurance for stock preparation and paper manufacture. We also offer expert services such as maintenance and preparatory work, installation, assembly, on-site repairs and a covering service.
Nanoval GmbH & Co. KG - Berlin
Nanoval was founded 1987 to develop plants and processes using a unique gas-dynamic effect at supersonic flow in a Laval-nozzle. Initially, Prof. Alfred Walz – a scholar of Ludwig Prandtl in Goettingen – received a patent for this effect to atomize metal melts to powder, e.g. for 3D printing.
In 1999, the founder of Nanoval, Dr. Lueder Gerking, who was codeveloper of the spunbond process at Freudenberg 1960/1970, started to develop the spinbeam for the new process based on this effect as an alternative to the conventional meltblown spinning.
After nearly 20 years of development, Nanoval recently received its first contract for a commercial spinning plant having 1.6 m width for filters.
The Nanoval process for spinning nonwovens having finest filaments at higher throughputs and less energy consumption works for PP, PE, PET, PBT, PPS, PLA, PA, PC, Kraton and Lyocell/Cellulose.
Now, in this joint project, high temperature nonwovens shall be spun.
Press Contact Deutsche Institute für Textil- und Faserforschung Denkendorf (DITF)
73770 Denkendorf, Germany
+49 (0)711 9340 505
Press Contact Fraunhofer-Institut für Techno- und Wirtschaftsmathematik ITWM
Dipl.-Math. Steffen Grützner
Leiter Presse und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit
Telefon: +49(0)6 31/3 16 00-44 00
Press Contact S I E B F A B R I K Arthur Maurer GmbH & Co.KG
Geschäftsführer/ General Manager Mühlberg 50 72116 Mössingen
Telefon +49 7473 / 9475-27
Press Contact Nanoval GmbH & Co. KG
Nanoval GmbH & Co. KG