The aim of the project is to improve the performance and cost-efficiency of advanced materials and processes for shallow geothermal systems and underground thermal storage. Our role in the project is to develop pumpable grouts with high thermal conductivity.
We successfully completed the Geocond project in February 2021, which was initiated in May 2017 with 11 stakeholders from 7 countries, in accordance with the goals of the project.
The goal of the project is to carry out Industry 4.0 studies via the transformation of 3 different industries (chemical, steel, cement) to smart factories by developing performance-enhancing digitalization technologies in production technologies. Our role in the project is the improvement of product quality and efficiency in white cement production with digital technological solutions, as well as optimizing the utilization of natural resources and mitigating environmental impacts.
Hypercog initiated in September 2019 is to complete in 2023 in accordance with the goals of the project with 14 stakeholders from 8 different countries
The project aims to develop ultra-light non-structural wall elements and green wood sawdust concrete panels of a new type of eco-hybrid cement using recycled materials obtained by smart separation of building demolition waste. Our responsibility in the project is the development of cement with reduced environmental impact and by utilization of it optimization of environmental impacts in concrete-based building materials.
ICEBERG project, which was initiated in May 2020 with 34 stakeholders from 10 countries, will be completed in 2024.
In the Forge project, the goal is to improve the materials used in energy-intensive industries through a life cycle approach, reduce CO2 emissions, increase the resistance of existing materials to corrosion / erosion problems and reduce costs. Our role in the project is to extend equipment life and provide cost advantages by applying new types of coatings containing metal alloys and ceramics that are resistant to erosion zones resulting from exposure to high temperatures and material flow on our production line.
The project, which was initiated in November 2020 with 13 stakeholders from 8 countries, will be completed in 2024 in accordance with the goals of the project.