Collaborative Innovation

Collaborative innovation is a challenge for companies seeking competitiveness and new markets.

In this context, HASLER Group collaborates with its customers, its suppliers as well as institutional players on cutting-edge industrial issues. These industrial issues of today and tomorrow require significant resources from every point of view. Human, technological and economic. At HASLER Group we view collaborative innovation in a pragmatic and agile way.

Numerical simulation to predict and study fluid flows, heat transfer, mass, and chemical reaction

CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) provides the ability to identify and control key parameters leading to the optimization of a process. Coupled with the results and observations obtained during real-life pilot tests, this powerful modeling tool allows HASLER Group engineers to extrapolate lab results down to industrial scale with high reliability.

Digitization of mixers

The issues related to agitation are now identified by market players. The establishment of means to ensure predictive maintenance is a major focus. But it also means reducing the consumption of equipment or connecting the equipment to the customer’s process.

The technological breakthrough of continuous mixing.

The technological breakthrough of continuous mixing.
In the case of the UCP, the innovation work concerns the improvement of the mechanical process as well as the chemical process. The innovation provided is multiple:

  • Process innovation with the conversion of the old batch process to a continuous process
  • Mechanical innovation with the search for a solution adapted to the product to mix
  • Chemical innovation with research work in formulation
  • The integration of the Internet of Things in the case of the UCP for accurate traceability, data feedback to optimize production control, logistics and product use

Constant improvement of our filtration equipment.

The long service life of the HASLER Group filtration equipment makes it possible, through a close collaboration, to optimize the equipment. The goal is twofold. It’s about reducing downtime and maximizing equipment productivity.

Industry 4.0 and Dosing.

To meet the increasing need for cement manufacturers to optimize production facilities, the design of dosing equipment, including belt feeders, systematically includes embedded electronics. This one already allows to control the flows of materials and to connect our equipments to any network. This axis of improvement developed for a long time by HASLER Group goes in the direction of the industry 4.0. That is all what we included in our new SCM3 controller.