The MDR “Sachsenspiegel” came to visit ImpulsTec in Radebeul to report on the shock wave fragmentation technology for the recycling of galvanized plastics and electronic waste.
On November 18 and 19, experts and interested parties will meet for the virtual summit of the E-Waste World Conference 2020.
On behalf of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi), the German-Finnish Chamber of Commerce (AHK Finland), in cooperation with the Bundesverband Entsorgungs-, Wasser- Rohstoffwirtschaft eV, organizes a digital business initiation on the topic of disposal and recycling of industrial batteries (including new materials and innovative production) in Finland.
The fragmentation technology center at ImpulsTec in Radebeul has now been expanded with a newly developed, continuous fragmentation system. The design and implementation of the universally applicable plant technology was based on the current market requirements. For example, the use for various industrial materials, such as electronic waste, li-ion batteries, slags, is a focus.
As part of a customer project, a continuous system for treatment of semiconductor material under high purity requirements was developed and implemented. The handover to the customer took place in November 2019.
Riding the wave of success with shockwaves—a shareholder of ImpulsTec GmbH since day one, HOCH.REIN is now increasing its financial involvement. Because it believes in the technology.
Since April 2019 the ImpulsTec GmbH is now based in Radebeul. Located in the picturesque district of Altkötzschenbroda, between vineyards and the river Elbe, the young high-tech company is expanding its office and production capacities at the new location, thereby meeting the growing demand of its customers for innovative recycling solutions. The approximately 1000 m² of the traditional industrial building offers enough space for the development and growth of the ImpulsTec for the next years.