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The EU Commission’s Green Deal will fundamentally change the way business is done. Industrial firms, from practically all sectors, will have to adapt to new regulations and framework conditions. Appropriate services will be needed to help them make the necessary changes. Such as groundbreaking industrial cleaning solutions – a field in which BUCHEN can deliver effective support.
The more ambitious the plan, the more important each individual contribution becomes. An appropriate mix of measures will be required to achieve the goals of the Green Deal. Industrial cleaning work, BUCHEN’s key business, can help provide momentum here. This is particularly true when it comes to energy efficiency, as it is only possible to ensure industrial processes consume low levels of energy, emit fewer volumes of CO2 and achieve high performance levels if the production cycles are not disrupted by deposit build-up and residue.
To be able to offer an innovative range of services delivering maximum customer benefit, BUCHEN is continuously looking at further developing the equipment and machinery it uses. Its goal here is to make sure that its teams of operatives are able to apply the best techniques by making new and advanced technology available to them. Its development initiatives in this area are primarily focused on a number of points that are important for achieving a sustainable industry, one of the goals of the Green Deal: cleaning quality, safety and sustainability. Safety covers both work safety for employees as well as the safe protection of ecosystems.
As the company’s research and development activities are key to meeting its customers’ growing requirements, they will also become increasingly more important.
BUCHEN is driving forward technological progress by carrying out research and development work on its own as well as together with universities. The focus of these projects is on automated systems and processes. Automation is considered to be an ideal solution for industrial cleaning activities as this technology can simultaneously fulfil a number of different requirements. Top quality cleaning results can, for example, have a positive impact on the energy consumption of a customer’s business. At the same time, automated systems increase safety standards even though the work is often performed more quickly.
Modern systems, such as 3D simulations, are part of BUCHEN’s standard equipment
BUCHEN is continuously and systematically screening the market to discover general technological developments that may potentially be able to be used for industrial cleaning work. Moreover, the company’s day-to-day operations create their own development opportunities – either in connection with customers’ wishes or as a result of its own practical experiences.
BUCHEN works for many energy-intensive industrial sectors, including chemicals and heavy industry.
Customer benefit, cost-effectiveness and time to market are all key criteria for these multi-stage development processes as is the aspiration to make the company’s own work processes as safe, environmentally friendly and energy efficient as possible. Modern systems, such as 3D simulations, are now part of BUCHEN’s standard equipment and create some significant benefits, especially during the conceptual and construction phases. In some cases, BUCHEN has set up its own testing stations to be able to professionally trial its prototypes in the field.
As the company’s research and development activities are key to meeting its customers’ growing requirements, they will also become increasingly more important. BUCHEN currently has about thirty development projects a year. This work has led to twenty patent and design applications over the last five years.
The demands on service providers are increasing as regulations become stricter for manufacturers.
The company’s successes over the past few years clearly demonstrate BUCHEN’s ability to make advances and move the business forward. It has developed several innovations that have taken industrial cleaning to a completely new level. These developments have now been fully integrated into the company’s portfolio. Just a few examples here are its mobile industrial robot, its through-feed wash system and its mobile ultrasound equipment. These facilities, machines and pieces of equipment are already being used in a whole range of industrial sectors and promote energy-efficient, environmentally friendly production processes. By developing its own systems, BUCHEN is ensuring that it fulfils its tasks in the best possible way – in the interest of its customers and most certainly in line with the Green Deal.