Tartler develops a system solution for process-integrated vacuum degassing

Whether it’s vacuum infusion, RTM, wet moulding or pultrusion – many plastics processors face the same dilemma when it comes to dosing and mixing resins and hardeners: air and moisture in the supplied material have a detrimental effect on the quality of the mixture, on the moulding process and ultimately on the end product. Increasingly, they wish to be able to free the components of these two disturbance factors before they find their way into the dosing and mixing system.

Tartler develops a system solution for process-integrated vacuum degassing
Tartler has developed the new system solution T-EVAC for process-integrated vacuum degassing for this purpose.

The new degassing unit from Tartler is suitable for epoxy resin and polyurethane resin degassing. The system solution design comes in two versions: in the form of offline degassing at a central point, from where you can fill the tanks of multiple dosing systems with degassed material.


The second version comes as inline degassing, directly integrated into the dosing system and tailored to the process requirements.

With our new vacuum degassing station, suppliers of automotive components, manufacturers of fans, producers of composite components and many other plastics processors are provided with the possibility to significantly improve their process chain in a hitherto troublesome area. They can thus increase system availability, improve processing efficiency by reducing repairs, and finally increase the quality of their product.

Companies: Tartler GmbH

Technologies: Infusion, Other Processing Method

Terms: Innovations

This article has been edited by Basalt.Today
This article has been written on JEC Composites Magazine
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