The examples presented here represent only a very small sample of possible combinations. All modules can be combined to match any possible profile of requirements. In addition to the modules we already offer, and those presented at ALUMINIUM 2016, additional modules are in planning. Of course, we can also develop customer-specific modules and integrate them into existing systems.
And when one production is finished, the modules are simply re-assembled and easily re-constructed at their new production location in just a few days. The ALUVATION system can grow dynamically with you and your specific needs.
The ALUVATION system is the first system with a practically plug-in ready design: The truck arrives, the modules are unloaded and set in position, then connected – and you’re ready to start production!
Customers also have the option of outsourcing their heat treatment using modules in the ATC ALUVATION Technology Center in Paderborn or an ALUVATION Center (AC). The entire process can also be handled at a later time – for instance, once the customer has available space for the equipment – in just a few days and directly at the customer’s location.
Relayr is a rapidly growing IoT business that provides enterprise middleware and IoT solutions for the digital transformation of industries. As a thought leader in entrepreneurial IoT, relayr enables industrial-quality interoperability within platforms.
Tenova LOI Thermprocess is a world leader in systems for heating and heat treatment of modern materials and is able to provide the entire range of industrial furnace systems for nearly all applications in the metal industry.
The High-Tech Gründerfonds in Bonn (HTGF) is Germany’s most active early-stage investor. With a total volume of about 576 million euros, the HTGF, which receives half of its support from the Federal Ministry of Economy and Energy, supports newly founded companies that turn promising research results into successful businesses.
In addition to the Federal Republic of Germany and the KfW bank group, another 18 commercial corporations such as Bayer, BASF, Daimler, Carl Zeiss, SAP, Robert Bosch, Deutsche Telekom, and Deutsche Post DHL are among the investors of the public-private partnership.