Process-integrated vacuum evacuation of air and moisture

Vacuum degassing station T-EVAC

Possible Applications

  • Material preparation for high quality end products
  • Air-free material

We present: the vacuum degassing unit T-EVAC for the process-integrated evacuation of air and moisture from synthetic resins and hardeners before dosing and mixing.

Thus we offer to all users who use the methods of vacuum infusion, wet moulding, resin transfer moulding (RTM) and pultrusion another means of decisively improving both their moulding processes and their product quality. The new degassing unit is suitable for epoxy resin and polyurethane resin degassing. The system solution design comes in two versions: in the form of offline degassing at a central point, from where you can fill the tanks of multiple dosing systems with degassed material. The second version comes as inline degassing, directly integrated into the dosing system and tailored to the process requirements.

The outstanding degassing quality is measurable and has already been verified in test series and applications at our customers.

Measureably better results with degassed Material

The pictures are taken of two infused composite panels made out of 24 layers of 1200 gsm UD reinforcement infused with epoxy normal to fibre orientation at 30°C.

Material test: Result with degassed synthetic resin and hardener is perfect

Test result without degassing: visible air inclusions (light discoloration)

Technical Data

Maximum degassing capacity1000 l/h
Vacuum level< 5 mbar abs.
Control systemSiemens PLC control with 7“ HMI screen
Equipment
  • Automatic Vacuum pump protection system
  • Automatic controlled water-heating
    system with heat recovery
  • Optional equiment
  • Automatic water-cooling system available
  • 1200 litre IBC MX feeder system with
    Kamlok connection
  • 1000 litre vacuum buffer tank with
    automatic filling
  • Sample Projects / Already built systems

    Offline degassing station T-EVAC

    Central vacuum degassing unit with buffer tank, which fills several dosing systems with degassed material

    • Air and humidity, which affect the quality, is removed from the resin
    • Buffer tank stores degassed material and fills the dosing system(s)

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    • No process interruption, as degassed material is always available and ready for use

    Central vacuum degassing unit with buffer tank, which fills several dosing systems with degassed material

    • Air and humidity, which affect the quality, is removed from the resin
    • Buffer tank stores degassed material and fills the dosing system(s)

      >

    • No process interruption, as degassed material is always available and ready for use

    Central vacuum degassing unit with buffer tank, which fills several dosing systems with degassed material

    • Air and humidity, which affect the quality, is removed from the resin
    • Buffer tank stores degassed material and fills the dosing system(s)

      >

    • No process interruption, as degassed material is always available and ready for use
    Inline degassing station T-EVAC

    Degassing unit integrated on the dosing system

    • Air and humidity, which affect the quality, is removed from the resin
    • Machine filling and material degassing in one step
    • Machine filling is done during the application process

    Degassing unit integrated on the dosing system

    • Air and humidity, which affect the quality, is removed from the resin
    • Machine filling and material degassing in one step
    • Machine filling is done during the application process

    Degassing unit integrated on the dosing system

    • Air and humidity, which affect the quality, is removed from the resin
    • Machine filling and material degassing in one step
    • Machine filling is done during the application process
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    Datasheet

    Download more information about vacuum degassing with T-EVAC here.

    Offline vs. inline degassing

    We have prepared an overview of the procedure and the difference between the two processes for you. Find out which system is suitable for your process.

    We are happy to advise you!

    Tim Brockmann Vertrieb

    Tim Brockmann

    Head of Technical Sales & Project Management
    Phone: +49 (0)6061 9672-46
    t.brockmann@tartler.com

    We are happy to advise you!

    Tim Brockmann Vertrieb

    Tim Brockmann

    Head of Technical Sales & Project Management
    Phone: +49 (0)6061 9672-46
    t.brockmann@tartler.com

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