Sales Manager (M.-Eng.) - Chemical Applications
In 2010 Daniel Beller attained his Bachelor of Engineering, specialized in production technology, at the UoAS Friedrichshafen. During his Bachelors he dealt with planning and improvement of production technology for various applications in the field of metalworking, injection molding, bonding and foaming at the Liebherr Group.
In 2013 Mr. Beller accomplished the Master of Engineering at the UoAS Konstanz. Subsequently he started working with Coperion as Sales Engineer for Chemical Applications.
Since 2013 Mr. Beller is responsible for various applications such as Sealants and Adhesives. Mr. Beller advises customers new to the field of continuous production and manages Key-Accounts worldwide.
Continuous production of adhesives
Conventionally Hotmelt- and Pressure Sensitive Adhesives are produced in discontinuous Mixers. Advantageous in the batch method is the easy feeding and possibility for subsequent recipe adjustment during the ongoing process.
However, there are substantial disadvantages such as limited viscosity ranges, difficult cleanability, increased personnel requirements and batch-wise fluctuating quality.
The continuous production of HMA and PSA, especially in twin-screw machines, is gradually displacing the conventional batch method. The modern continuous method offers considerable benefits such as final product shortly after start-up, wide range of viscosities, short thermal stress, quick recipe change due to self-cleaning, consistently high quality and a high degree of automation.
The characterization of advantages associated with the continuous production of adhesives depends on the underlying machine concept. Within a machine concept the individual constructive designs are decisively determining the process and process capabilities for the adhesives production.
In the lecture the conventional discontinuous production is compared with the modern continuous production method.
The focus is on the co-rotating twin-screw extruder as market representative and cutting edge technology for the continuous production of Adhesives. In addition to Hot Melt and Pressure Sensitive adhesives an outlook on production of reactive, polyurethane-, silicone- and silane-based sealant and adhesive systems is given.
Friday, 15 September 2017, 09:00 - 09:30