From 4 to 8 April 2016, the Tube trade fair will take place in Düsseldorf. About 1,200 exhibitors will present their tube-manufacturing and processing machinery, raw materials and tubes on the basis of different materials.
At stand B11in hall 03, Wieland Thermal Solutions will showcase new ideas and concepts for high-performance tubes and heat exchangers for the chemical, petrochemical and energy sectors.
Visit the stand of Wieland Thermal Solutions and learn more about:
Efficient, safe and compact heat exchangers
Process cooling or heating in machinery and plant engineering, geothermal applications and in the petrochemical industry
Safe media separation when cooling sensitive or highly reactive production processes
High-performance heat transfer with enhanced low finned tubes made of various materials
Efficiency, reliability, safety and service: Wieland-Werke AG presents innovative tube products at Mostra Convegno 2016
At the Mostra Convegno Expocomfort exhibition in Milan from 15 to 18 March 2016, four business units of Wieland-Werke AG will be presenting their versatile tube products for refrigeration and air conditioning as well as heating and sanitary applications. At the stand R21 in Hall 24, there will be on display: industrial tubes in copper and copper alloys (e.g. cupronickel), heat transfer solutions with finned tubes and heat exchangers, bare and coated Frigotec cooling tubes, as well as semi-finished products made of brass (turned, milled and forged parts) for building technology applications.
Kelvion, Technip and Wieland win the German-French Economy Award in the category for Innovation and New Technologies
On Wednesday, 2 December 2015, the German-French Economy Award was granted for the third time in Paris for exemplary German-French cooperation in activities involving industry, environment, innovation, human resources and startups. The award was established in 2011 through an initiative of the German-French Chamber of Industry and Commerce under the patronage of the German and French ministries of economy. Every two years, German and French companies are presented with this award for exemplary cooperation projects between both countries.
More than 400 leading French and German personalities from business and politics were invited to the award ceremony at the Pavillon Gabriel, including Günther Oettinger, EU Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, Iris Gleicke, Parliamentary State Secretary to the Federal Minister for SMEs and Tourism, and Matthias Feikl, State Secretary of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
In the category for innovation and new technologies besides the consortium consisting of Kelvion, Technip and Wieland also , BASF France SAS applied for the award within the category Innovation with an agricultural project and CANSON SAS with an application from the chemical engineering field. Kelvion had applied with the DIESTA joint project. DIESTA has been developed under the R&D partnership between Kelvion, Technip and Wieland.
DIESTA, short for “dual internally and externally structured tube for air coolers,” is an innovative finned tube technology that applies enhanced surfaces. It was developed for dedicated applications in air-cooled heat exchangers, especially in the field of natural gas liquefaction. For use in LNG plants, it offers improvement in heat exchange efficiency of up to 20 %, reduction in CO2 emissions by lowering specific fuel gas consumption, and increase in LNG production as a result of power savings achieved.
This award acknowledges the excellence and innovation of this consortium, as well as close French-German collaboration.
The current situation on the market as well as the forecasts for 2016 concerning the demand for industrial metals and the development of the overall world economy require an adjustment of the metal premiums.
For deliveries as of 1 January 2016, we will therefore change the premiums as follows:
Copper - 18 US dollars per ton Nickel unchanged Tin unchanged Zinc unchanged Lead + 10 US dollars per ton Aluminum - 125 US dollars per ton
The Wieland Group will continue to guarantee the physical supplies of metals with long-term contracts.
Nov 2, 2015
2.5 million euro investment: Wieland-Werke AG develops an energy-efficient casting line – funded by the Free State of Bavaria
Lost-foam casting enables more efficient production of complex copper components.
How can complex-shaped copper components be manufactured economically and energy-efficiently? And how can energy be saved along the entire process chain and particularly during casting? These questions are addressed by Wieland with the EnerGuss project. Based on lost-foam casting, Wieland, as a manufacturer of copper semi-finished products located at Vöhringen/Bavaria, has commissioned a new research facility in order to produce test components and small-series quantities.