TLT-Turbo to Exhibit at Mining Metals Central Asia Exhibition 2022

Leading mining and industrial ventilation supplier, TLT-Turbo, today announced its participation in the Mining Metals Central Asia Exhibition. This three-day event will be held from 20 – 22 September 2022 in Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Mining and Metals Central Asia is a professional platform aimed at demonstrating product innovation by Kazakhstani and foreign manufacturers and providers of equipment and services to the mining and metallurgy sectors. The Exhibition facilitates networking for specialist manufacturers and suppliers with potential customers from mining operations and processing works, wholesale trade companies, and other industry representatives.

Annually, hundreds of participating companies and thousands of visitors gather in Almaty to see the latest mining industry technology, take part in product demonstrations, find investors and partners, and to share the experience with colleagues. For a quarter of a century, this exhibition has proven itself as an effective dialogue platform for solving the problems faced by the Kazakhstani mining and metallurgical industry.

TLT-Turbo representatives, Philipp Oldenburger and Jörg Heisler will be attending the event and are looking forward to connecting with stakeholders in the region. “For us, this event provides the opportunity to engage with key clients in the region and to showcase what makes our mine ventilation equipment different,” says Oldenburger.

TLT-Turbo’s exhibition will focus on their recently expanded Auxiliary & Booster fan range and the new Modular Mine Fan offering. The Modular Mining Fan concept offers a range of modular solutions that cater to almost every ventilation requirement and aims to set a new standard for mine ventilation innovation. The range offers a modular design that results in a well-engineered and efficient ventilation system at lower operational and maintenance costs. Customers have the flexibility to order required units and build on the system as their requirements grow – resulting in lower initial expenditure with more economical options for system expansion.

Oldenburger explains that participating in events such as this puts TLT-Turbo’s innovative mining ventilation fan ranges in the spotlight. “We embrace the opportunity to showcase how our applications can benefit mining operations in person. Our attendance at Mining and Metals Central Asia underscores our dedication to helping Kazakhstani – and broader regional operations optimize their ventilation strategies and systems to adapt to, and overcome challenges related to operating environments, energy consumption, and changing legislation.”

TLT-Turbo’s exhibition is located at Stand 10-133 in Pavillion 10. Media and visitors are invited to the stand for comments and information on TLT-Turbo, current mining ventilation trends, and event feedback. Philipp Oldenburger and Jörg Heisler will be present to answer all questions.

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TLT-Turbo and Mosen paper on the new MoJet® Fan presented at the 2022 Tunnel Safety and Ventilation Conference

Mosen’s Fathi Tarada, presented a paper at the annual Tunnel Safety and Ventilation Conference in Graz, Austria. The paper, which Tarada co-authored with Mosen’s Pier Bertacche and Product Manager of the Tunnel & Metro Business Segment at TLT-Turbo, Lars Lehmann, was titled: “Measurements and CFD Calculations with a MoJet and Conventional Fan”.

The three-day conference event was well attended with industry experts able to meet face to face after the conference’s four year hiatus.

TLT-Turbo and Mosen also exhibited at the event, with a MoJet® fan model on display, providing an opportunity to engage with interested colleagues in the industry as well as prospective customers. The display model provided visitors with a chance to see the technical details of the MoJet®, to find out how the special nozzle geometry redirects the air jet away from the tunnel ceiling. Visitors were also able to appreciate the MoJet’s® scale. Being the same height as a conventional Jet Fan, it provides a distinct advantage over the ‘slanted’ silencer design.

Along with Tarada and Lehmann, TLT-Turbo tunnel ventilation experts, Till Weishaar and Sander Wirth were in attendance to provide insight into the ways in which the MoJet® is redefining tunnel ventilation.

To read the paper:

To view Tarada’s presentation:

(please click on ‘Presentations of Hall Graz’ followed by ‘DI_1150_Tarada.pdf’)

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TLT-Turbo Employees Step up in Aid of Ukraine

In recognition of the serious on-going humanitarian crisis in Ukraine, TLT-Turbo has raised funds through an internal employee donation campaign. The funds raised amounted to 11,110 Euro officially handed over to Germany-based non-profit organizations who are actively working to help Ukrainians affected bythe conflict.

TLT-Turbo’s campaign kicked off in March when employees were invited to donate an amount of their choosing directly from their paychecks in the form of a tax-free wage share. The campaign was opened to all Germany based TLT-Turbo employees who were further motivated and inspired by the fact that the company matched and doubled every employee donation.

“Ukraine is experiencing a serious humanitarian crisis and the need for medical care and relief supplies for people on the ground and those fleeing the conflict increases daily. We became concerned after seeing footage of thousands of people leaving Ukraine – and those still within the country’s borders – who need urgent help. This is why we initiated the fundraising campaign. We knew we could count on our people to come through for Ukraine, and to recognize this the business committed to doubling their contribution,” said TLT-Turbo Managing Director, Mr. Matthias Adamy.

The urgency of the help needed was highlighted in March when TLT-Turbo had to come to the aid
of one of their Ukraine-based customers who had just arrived in Germany with her family after fleeing
Ukraine. TLT-Turbo sent 500 Euro in emergency aid for clothing and necessities within days of her arrival in Germany.

In May 2022, TLT-Turbo was able to raise a total of 11,110 Euro. This total amount was split equally between two regional organizations administering care at the Ukrainian border and beyond; the Child Protection Association in Zweibrücken and the Christian Relief Service in Bad Hersfeld.

The handover took place on the 13th and 20th of June respectively by local council chairpersons Markus Schieler for Zweibrücken and Beate Hickel for Bad Hersfeld at TLT-Turbo branches in the two locations

The Child Protection Association expressed their gratitude saying that the requests they receive are mostly from women who have between 8 – 10 children under their care. They use the funds donated by TLT-Turbo to buy supplies for school and for their summer programme. The Christian Relief Service used the funds to install pumps for
water treatment and to purchase hygiene items and supplies including diapers and food.

“Whether this was a show of strength or an expression of sadness for the circumstances in Ukraine, we are proud that so many employees took the opportunity to donate a portion of their hard-earned income. We sincerely thank every employee who chose to stand in solidarity with the people affected and made our donation possible”, said Mr. Adamy.

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Anuga FoodTec 2022

Anuga FoodTec 2022 showed that there is a great need for energy savings on the part of the industry – especially in the area of evaporation technology. A great potential lies in the saving of steam generation costs.

With focus on energy and cost efficiencies in the food and beverage industry that were the center of attention at Anuga FoodTec (AFT) 2022, the use of mechanical vapor recompression (MVR) was identified as a central key to reducing energy requirements for steam supply in plants.

Global ventilation fans and systems manufacturer, TLT-Turbo GmbH, concluded its participation at the 2022 Anuga FoodTec tradeshow, which took place from April 26-29 at Cologne, Germany. As the world’s most prominent food and beverage industry tradeshow, the event showcased a mix of physical and digital offerings to the industry covering a wide variety of new concepts and solutions for meeting the challenges facing food and beverage producers worldwide.

With increasing requirements and legislation regarding energy savings and avoidance of CO2 emissions set to affect these industries in the next few years, the introduction of energy-efficient technologies and equipment is critical to sustained success. Mario Schmidt, TLT-Turbo Head of the Vapor Fans Business Segment, says that TLT-Turbo participated at AFT for exactly this reason. “We offer high efficiency fans, which are used primarily in the food, beverage and pharmaceutical industries, among many other applications. These fans can help our customers to modernize and upgrade existing plants or to provide vapor processing for new production lines. Furthermore, they help to achieve CO2 footprint reduction and minimize the use of fossil fuels in vapor production,” Schmidt explains.

TLT-Turbo products, renowned for their energy efficiency capabilities, are a perfect fit for food producers who want to increase their energy efficiency, increase their availability and minimize their maintenance costs. “We have now expanded our product portfolio to the point where we can serve the widest possible range of mass flows at considerable pressure increases, in order to offer customers the greatest possible flexibility in their plant design” explains Schmidt.

“AFT 2022 provided an opportunity for us to connect with customers for the first time in a while. We had quite a number of visitors to our booth who were interested in what our MVR range has to offer and I am glad to say that many leads and potential projects arose from these conversations”, says Schmidt. “Visitors included both potential new customers and existing customers who we had invited to our booth. The trade show gave us the opportunity to have constructive discussions with our customers and discover new potential. We look forward to building on this at further trade shows. It was a great reminder of how manufacturers and customers can inspire and learn from each other.”

Schmidt emphasizes that TLT-Turbo’s presence at the event, and particularly the focus that they placed on the MVR range this year, was very important. This enabled the TLT-Turbo team to interact more closely with customers and discuss new innovative solutions for the future.

“I am pleased that our customers were quick to recognize that our product addresses the needs for minimizing maintenance costs and ease of implementation of the product in the customer’s plant, in addition to the tremendous energy savings. A key to this is the proven ceramic hybrid bearing, which is used in all TLT-Turbo MVR fans.”

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TLT-Turbo Announces Contract with Polish Mining Group

TLT-Turbo has formalized a large contract for services, spare parts supply and a 3-year overhaul of four fans as part of a framework agreement with a Polish mining group. The contract further cements the existing agreement that has been in place with this customer since 2018.

The customer is a mining operation based in Poland and operates in the copper and silver sector with 30,000+ employees globally. The scope of work for the delivery of services includes complete overhaul of the rotors, replacement of the main bearings of the built-in motors, renewal of the sealing systems of the built-in motors, maintenance of the main weather ventilation shutter, and maintenance of the regulation and control unit. These services will be jointly supplied with TLT-Turbo’s Polish service provider, HeymVent.

At their Poland-based copper mine, the customer is operating four GAF 38/25-1 type fans with adjustable blades for reverse operation and built-in motors. These fans are used for ventilation of the mine system and are essential for the survival of miners working there. TLT-Turbo will be completing the overhaul by November 2022.

This agreement is advantageous for the customer as the fans are designed for further operation and regular maintenance which ensures optimum availability of the ventilation system. This makes a major contribution to occupational safety for the miners.

It is worth noting that this is the first time that TLT-Turbo agreed to hydraulic revisions at a fixed price. This means that there will be no additional unplanned costs for this customer in future. Another benefit for the customer is that the turnaround times for hydraulic overhauls will be significantly reduced. The overhauled hydraulics will therefore be available earlier for reassembly.

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Mayor of Zweibruecken Visits TLT-Turbo

On 4th May 2022, Mayor Dr. Marold Wosnitza visited the TLT-Turbo global headquarters. Mrs. Anne Kraft from the “Wirtschaftsförderung Zweibrücken” joined him for the visit and the two were welcomed by TLT-Turbo’s Managing Directors, Xiongfei Zhao and Matthias Adamy.

The visit included a tour of the facility and meeting various members of the TLT-Turbo team. The Mayor was interested in learning more about TLT-Turbo. First of all, the company in general was introduced, including topics such as the global locations of TLT-Turbo and the long-standing cooperation with the parent company PowerChina. The product range and its application areas were also discussed, as well as the activities and
functions of TLT-Turbo’s Zweibrücken site.

Source: City Zweibrücken/jj
Source: City Zweibrücken/jj

The on-site test stands were also presented with an explanation on the types and methods of testing carried out here. To showcase TLT-Turbo’s products, a demonstration of the new MoJet® Fan was staged for the visitors. The on-site test hall was filled with smoke using a fog machine allowing the MoJet® Fan to show its capability in swiftly extracting the smoke. This showcased not only the performance of the fan, but also provided a clear visualization of the air flow lines.

Source: City Zweibrücken/jj
Source: City Zweibrücken/jj

The visit also provided an opportunity for the Mayor to get to know TLT-Turbo’s new leadership team and to discuss the city’s future support for the company. The Mayor, Mrs. Kraft and TLT-Turbo’s management team discussed the environmental conditions of the Zweibrücken site with regard to the availability of qualified employees, an improvement in internet bandwidth and electrical power capacity, and the location of TLT-Turbo GmbH in an area at risk of flooding.

“Mr. Wosnitza and Mrs. Kraft have promised us their support and cooperation on these important issues. It was great to show the Mayor around our facility. I really appreciated the time that he took to learn more about TLT-Turbo, our people and our products. On behalf of everyone at our Zweibruecken Office I would like to thank him for his time and support,” said Mr. Adamy.

“It was impressive to see this demonstration and it is always exciting to see which innovative companies settle and develop at the Zweibrücken location. TLT-Turbo is planning an expansion at our location, which will primarily require new office space. I will work to ensure that TLT-Turbo can invest in the Zweibrücken location as quickly as possible,” said Mayor Dr. Marold Wosnitza during his visit

Source: City Zweibrücken/jj
Source: City Zweibrücken/jj
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TLT-Turbo to exhibit at Anuga FoodTec 2022

Global ventilation fans and systems manufacturer, TLT-Turbo GmbH, has officially announced its participation in Anuga FoodTec 2022, the most prominent international food and beverage industry trade show in the world. This four-day event will be held from 26-29 April, 2022 in Cologne, Germany.

As a leading global trade fair, Anuga FoodTec (AFT) is the most important source of impetus for the international food and beverage industry. As the world’s only supplier fair, it covers all aspects of food production. Industry players are provided the opportunity to present their latest innovations and technological visions – from process technology, filling and packaging technology to food safety, packaging materials, digitalization and intralogistics.

At the event, TLT-Turbo will showcase their extended range of fans for mechanical vapor recompression (MVR). Among other things, this has been specially developed and optimized for food production and processing.

There is a clear upward trend in the demand for energy efficient solutions for the food industry, especially as the energy transition presents the industry with major challenges to reduce operating costs and CO2 emissions. Mario Schmidt, Head of the Vapor Fans Business Segment, says that TLT-Turbo is participating in AFT event for exactly this reason. “We’re attending because we offer high efficiency fans for the food and beverage industry. Our objective at the event is to connect with EPCs as well as with end-use customers requiring this technology.”

TLT-Turbo products, renowned for their energy efficiency capabilities, are a perfect fit for food producers who want to increase their energy efficiency, increase their availability and minimize their maintenance costs. Using this technology can drastically reduce the use of fossil fuels and significantly improve the company’s CO2 footprint.

“TLT-Turbo MVR fans can be used in a wide range of industrial applications, especially in the food and beverage sector. Whether for modernization, expansion or new construction – TLT-Turbo has the optimal solution ready,” explains Schmidt.

Further, Schmidt says events like Anuga FoodTec provide an opportunity to showcase TLT-Turbo’s innovative products and solutions on an international stage. “This is our first time exhibiting at AFT. Currently, we perceive a strong increase in demand of our MVR technology. For applications in this industry, the attention in the world market is mainly focused on our unique designs and innovative technical solutions in this regard. We have received numerous orders for MVR fans from customers in the food and beverage industries over the past year and now it is time to showcase these proven products to a larger and international range of customers.”

TLT-Turbo’s exhibition is located at Stand C-030 in Hall 4.1. All media and press are invited to visit the booth and learn about TLT-Turbo and current trends in plant technology (especially evaporation and crystallization technology). Mario Schmidt and several additional TLT-Turbo representatives will be present to answer all questions.

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TLT-Turbo consolidates its position as an MVR expert in serving the pharmaceutical industry

In October 2021, after TLT-Turbo received a huge new order for 20 MVR fans, another additional order for 4 larger MVR fans was put in by the same customer. This order precedes the delivery of 32 machines to the customer which shows its satisfaction in our products and continued trust in TLT-Turbo.

Four years ago, TLT-Turbo was a newcomer to the MVR industry and completely unknown to potential customers, especially those in the pharmaceutical industry. Within four years we have strived to make considerable ground in the market by supplying numerous high-quality MVR fans of various sizes”, says Mario Schmidt, Head of Business Segment Vapor Fans.

After intensive and positive discussions and a huge effort by our TLT-Turbo team in Beijing, we successfully wrapped up two orders in a row from our main client in the pharmaceutical industry. TLT-Turbo ensures to provide continuous delivery of 3 to 4 fans every 6 weeks up to September 2022. This continued partnership shows the confidence and trust that the customer has in TLT-Turbo. This new order also strengthens TLT-Turbo’s market position as MVR experts serving the pharmaceutical industry which will help grow our customer base further in 2022.

“Our MVR range is ideally suited to facilities in the pharmaceutical industry as witnessed by our continued partnership with our customer who uses our fans in the process of manufacturing Water For Injections (WFI),” says Mario Schmidt, Head of Business Segment Vapor Fans. He further added that, “given the higher efficiency of TLT-Turbo manufactured MVR fans, it makes us more competitive in the small to medium mass flows market where there are many potential clients in different industries such as dairy, food and beverage and pharmaceutical production.

For more information on the TLT-Turbo MVR range, click here.

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TLT-Turbo looks forward to continuing building the bridge from real to digital at the revolutionary Tunnel Digitalization Centre.

In September 2021, TLT-Turbo commissioned one of their jet fans at the TDC, which will be used from now onwards for research projects in a real tunnel environment including the joint development and testing of digital products.

TLT-Turbo became industrial partner of the Swiss Center of Applied Underground Technologies (SCAUT) at the end of 2020 and has since participated in the joint research project of the “Tunnel Digitalization Center”. In October 2019, the Tunnel Digitalization Center (TDC) was officially opened in the Hagerbach Test Gallery in Flums, Switzerland.

For the first time in history, this unique tunnel center allows demonstration and simulation in a realistic environment.  The “Tunnel Digitalization Center” project was initiated by the Swiss Center of Applied Underground Technologies (SCAUT). Through the continued use of new technologies and innovative concepts at the TDC, the center now consists of a BIM Centre, a Control and Training Centre, a Simulation Centre and, a cloud center.

The Swiss Centre of Applied Underground Technologies (SCAUT) is the world’s leading competency center for the use of underground space. SCAUT bundles the accumulated knowledge, competencies, and technologies from underground construction as well as from other industrial sectors to further develop them as the first competency center of its kind worldwide and to make them available for various applications in the underground space.

Alongside TLT-Turbo, the SCAUT consortium consists of other leaders within the industry namely Amberg Engineering Ltd, Siemens Ltd, Elkuch Group Ltd and HBI Haerter Ltd. First and foremost, TLT-Turbo GmbH was chosen as they are a leading global expert in the production of fans for a range of industries. Amberg Engineering Ltd are used for infrastructure construction alongside Amberg Technologies Ltd for surveying and scanning, Siemens AG for automation, Elkuch Group Ltd for door systems, and lastly HBI Haerter Ltd for tunnel ventilation simulations.

In the future, most people will live in urban areas. The use of the third dimension, not only upwards but also underground, will be an essential part of urban development. Its goal is to use the surface space as open space and living space for people and social interaction, and to include the underground as part of the usable space. The tunnel Digitalization Center (TDC) offers the unique opportunity to experience the interaction and transformation from real to digital directly in the tunnel.

New technologies and innovative concepts can be demonstrated on a scale 1:1, which leads to a better understanding of complex processes and procedures as well as a high level of cost-efficiency.

“We at TLT-Turbo aim to continue improving specific areas of application in the future within the framework of the TDC, particularly by working on the digital twins in the context of BIM (Building Information Modelling) and how to improve the condition monitoring of fans” says Adrian Wolf, our Global Functional Manager for Product Management.

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TLT-Turbo Looks Out for Nursing Staff Wellbeing in Bad Hersfeld

TLT-Turbo GmbH today announced that their Bad Hersfeld site have donated 1.500€ for the nursing staff at the Klinikum Hersfeld Hospital’s Covid-19 intensive care unit. The intention behind the donation is to show support to these nurses who have worked tirelessly to see the local community through the Covid-19 pandemic and to provide the funds needed to ensure that they take some time out for themselves.

The funds were donated by TLT-Turbo Bad Hersfeld and were handed over by Site Manager, Christian Kosack, on 15th December 2021 at Klinikum Hersfeld.

“As part of our annual budget, we allocate a certain amount to giving back to this community that surrounds our operation. Today’s donation amounts to half of our annual budget which we specifically allocated to those who have been on the frontline of fighting the pandemic. It was important to us that these funds directly to the nursing staff instead of the hospital. We believe that the ICU nursing staff deserve not only the funds handed over, but also to be recognised by businesses in the community for all that they have done,” said Kosack.

The funds were handed over to Frank Heenes, Ward Manager of the Intensive Care Unit 1 of the Klinikum Bad Hersfeld and will be used to host a special summer event for the intensive care unit staff. “Our intention was that the staff benefit directly from the donation and that the funds be used to somehow honour them. This is our way of thanking them for their valuable and exhausting work and to be able to give something directly back to them,” Kosack explains.

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