Process Engineering

Optimizing processes requires innovative solutions. PROvendis offers attractive process engineering technologies for licensing, to purchase or for development cooperation.

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A process for the production of uniaxially oriented, high-modulus and high-strength PET (polyethylene terephthalate) or PBT (PBT = polybutylene terephthalate) profiles directly from the melt has been developed at the Technical University of Dortmund.


The tool temperature has a great influence on the achievable quality and the tool wear during machining processes.

Pillow Plate-Heat Exchanger

Currently, pillow-plate heat exchangers (PPHE) enjoy growing attention and become increasingly employed in various branches of industry. The ongoing expansion of the PPHE exploitation area generates a need for new structural requirements for this type of equipment.

Pillow-Plate Heat Exchanger

The use of pillow-plate heat exchangers in process industries has been continuously increasing. Usually, the heating or cooling medium flows through the inner channels of the pillow plates, while the process medium flows through the outer channels.

Welding of FRP and metal

The increasing trend towards lightweight constructions, especially in the aerospace sector and in automotive production requires the use of new technologies, manufacturing processes and materials.


A modern fuel cell is usually made of a stack of individual cells that are mechanically pressed together.

Envirostat: Single Cell Analysis

The here presented technology allows to separate polarizable bioparticles, such as bacteria, from each other and to cultivate them individually under controlled environmental conditions.

Plasma Biocatalysis

Enzymatic reactions offer the possibility to synthesize new molecules with high selectivity and turnover.

Color flop effects without interference pigments

It is an innovative, cost-effective application method for the creation of color flop effects by means of effect pigments without costly interference pigments.

Determination of the degree of curing of a coating

The method is based on the fact that the polymer network in a cured coating is denser than in a coating that is less cured. It concerns a method by which chemical cross-linking and thus suitability for further processing can be determined for a system of coatings.