State-funded research projects

Long-term and future-oriented research goals, such as the transfer of the lotus effect to coatings or non-stick coatings on CFRP surfaces, are realized in state-funded projects. Over a period of 2-3 years, practice-oriented coating solutions are developed and brought to series maturity.

BMWi research project ZIM High Build Resist "Development of a double-sealed wear-resistant coating with non-stick effect" Fkz: EP 180413

The aim of the project is the development of a wear protection layer for the food industry with coating thicknesses of up to 500 μm. The protective layer is said to be based on fluoropolymers that provide high non-stick effects. The previously available fluoropolymer coatings can be applied only with comparatively low layer thicknesses. Thus, the maximum layer thickness of a Teflon pan to a maximum of 50 μm ...

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BMWi research project NanoFunDus Antifouling "Antifouling layer for reducing biotic and abiotic deposits on heat exchangers" Fkz: 16KN047827

(Duration: Apr. 2017 - Dec. 2018) Together with the project partners SmartMembranes GmbH and the Institute of Natural Materials Technology of the TU Dresden, Rhenotherm will develop surfaces in this project, which should have a significantly reduced fouling tendency. Both so-called biofouling, ie the growth of surfaces with bacteria, algae, shells, etc. as well as inorganic fouling, ie the attachment of particulate ...

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Development of a non-stick coating for elastomers

The project was included in the funding program by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy. We are pleased with the decision and will face this challenge with the help of our production and engineering know-how.

BMWi research project Anti-Ice "Multifunctional surface coating with ice-repellent effect" Fkz: EP150189

(Term: Sept. 2015 - Aug. 2017) The formation of ice on a wide variety of outdoor facilities exposed to freezing temperatures can significantly affect performance or pose a high safety risk. Examples are the icing of power lines or substations, telecommunications systems, solar technology, heat exchangers or rotor blades of wind turbines. Rhenotherm is developing a research project in this research project ...

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DBU research project "Resource-saving, functional coatings", Fkz: 30290-21 / 2, project phase 2

(Term: expected Feb. 2014 - Jan. 2016)

BMWi research project "Development of an antibacterial, hydrophilic, sol-gel-based coating" Fkz: EP130876

(Runtime: Sept. 2013 - Aug. 2015)

Antibacterial coating, Rhenoguard® AS

BMBF research project

(Runtime: Feb. 2013 - Jan. 2016)

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