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Research & Technology

PROJECT 6

Partner:
Technische Universität, Dresden
Dr. Licht GmbH, Nümbrecht
Flachglas Sachsen GmbH, Grimma
extendit digital solutions GmbH,
Nümbrecht

Granted by:
BMWI – Zentrales Innovationsprogramm
Mittelstand (ZIM)

Project Manager:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernhard Weller

Employee:
Dipl.-Ing. Maximilian Möckel

COOLGLASS

Project Time 2019-2021
Combining glazed glass with both heating and cooling features, UV protection, privacy and tint. This ongoing research project continues to progress in combining triple insulating glazing, adjustable surface heating / cooling and an intelligent sun protection system in one component. In the course of environmental compatibility, COOLGLASS is to be self-sufficient with integrated photovoltaic modules.

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PATENT EP3296105A1

 

Glass element:
Backpoint glass holding system for laminated safety glass

PROJEKT 5

Partner:
Technische Universität, Dresden

Granted by:
BMWI – Zentrales Innovationsprogramm
Mittelstand (ZIM)

Project Management:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernhard Weller

Employee:
N.N.

ADHESIVE GLASS PARTITIONS

Development of a glued, modular stainless steel and glass connection that is suitable for fall-proof glazing (parapets), glass partition walls, atrium glazing with fall-protection function and shower partition walls.

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PATENT DE202018106043U1

 

Transportable Partition System
M.O.S.E.S. – mobile partition system with switchable glass

PROJECT 4

Partner:
Technische Universität, Dresden
ADCO Technik GmbH
B+G Ingenieure Bollinger und Grohmann
GmbH
BONDA Balkon- und Glasbau GmbH
Clean-Lasersysteme GmbH
EuroLam GmbH
Glaswerkstätten Frank Ahne GmbH
HELIMA GmbH
Innotech Marketing und Konfektion
Rot GmbH
PAZDERA AG
Polartherm Flachglas GmbH
Preussenglas GmbH
Sura Instruments GmbH
VERROTEC GmbH
Wellmann Technologies GmbH
Universität Kassel, Fachgebiet für
Trennende und Fügende Fertigungsverfahren

Projekt Manager:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernhard Weller

Employee:
Dr.-Ing. Felix Nicklisch
Dr.-Ing. Silke Tasche

KLEBTECH

Klebtech was founded in October 2018 by 15 companies and two research institutions. The main topics of the project are quality assurance and damage tolerance of adhesive technology.

The focus is on material composites of glass without mechanical fasteners and more efficient handling of glass. The origin of this innovation is to make glued glazing suitable for everyday use and to develop non-destructive quality control through innovative sensor monitoring.

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PATENT DE102011088192A1

 

Hinge for doors and windows
Next HS

PROJECT 3

Partner:
Technische Universität, Dresden
Thiele Glas Werk GmbH, Wermsdorf

Granted by:
BMWI – Zentrales Innovationsprogramm
Mittelstand (ZIM)

Project Manager:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernhard Weller

Employee:
Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Jens Oman

SPANNGLAS ROOF SYSTEM

Up to now, overhead glazing has required additional construction supervision and approval. This project explores the possibilities of a regulated, modular roof system with prestressed reinforcement.

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PATENT DE102013204053A1

 

Shower pre wall installation with laminated safety glass
P|A|N|D|A

PROJECT 2

Partner:
Technische Universität, Dresden
Thiele Glas Werk GmbH, Wermsdorf

Granted by:
BMWI – Zentrales Innovationsprogramm
Mittelstand (ZIM)

Project Manager:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernhard Weller

Employee:
Dipl.-Ing. Michael Engelmann

GLASS RACK WITH
REINFORCEMENT – TENSIONED GLASS RACK

The use of laminated glass in combination with glass supports has been so far been unsatisfactory due to the brittleness of the glass. This project aims to increase the load-bearing capacity by prestressing with reinforcement. This project explores the possibilities of a regulated, modular roof system with prestressed reinforcement.

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PATENT DE202016102472U1

 

Door Handle
fillable with soap and disinfectant

PROJECT 1

Partner:
Technische Universität, Dresden

Granted by:
BMWI – Zentrales Innovationsprogramm
Mittelstand (ZIM)

Project Manager:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernhard Weller

Employee:
Dipl.-Ing. Lutz Tautenhahn

PV-BOND: POINTLY GLUE PHOTOVOLTAIC MODULES

This project dealt with environmentally friendly energy generation through the use of solar modules in glass facades. In this project, rear adhesive fastenings for thin-film PV modules were developed and tested. The holders can be attached to existing substructures from different manufacturers.

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