|Address||Dürr Systems AG
Clean Technology Systems
|Get in contact with Dürr Systems AG|
|Contact 1.||Konrad Ortlieb
Manager Innovation Management (Paint and Final Assembly Systems)
Phone: 0049 711 136 1631
Fax: 0049 711 136 1580
|Contact 2.||Peter V. Hofmann
|Contact 3.||Houver Chabo
Product Manager Clean Technology Systems
Phone: 0049 7142 78 3595
Fax: 0049 7142 78 553595
|Contact 4.||Nadine Schaser
Phone: +49 7142 78-55 3283
Fax: +49 7142 78-55 3283
|Contact 5.||Thomas Scheiring
Products or Machinery
Control of emissions from cement & lime, glass & solar, ceramic and building materials manufacturing processes
The glass manufacturing industry is diverse and is categorised according to glass type and application – ranging from high volume float (flat) glass and container (hollow) glass production to lower volume manufacture of domestic (tableware), special (lighting and electronics) and technical (tempered) glasses. Other industry sectors include the production of continuous filament glass fibre (CFGF), mineral wools and frits.
Emissions from glass plants can vary significantly from plant to plant depending on the raw materials, manufacturing process and type of fuels used to fire the glass furnaces. Typical pollutants range from particulate matter (PM) and acid gases (HCl, HF and SOx) to CO and NOx – the regulations for which are becoming increasingly tighter, especially in Europe and North America. As such, producers of flat, container and domestic glass, in particular, will need to consider upgrading their plants to meet the new limits. Here, traditional ESP and fabric filters solutions - with sorbent injection (for dust and SOx control) and tail-end SCR systems (for DeNOx) - are now being challenged by state-of-the-art catalytic candle filter (CCF) technologies - such as LTB NOxiTHERM CCF system - which offers the ultimate “all-in-one” emissions control solution for the glass industry.
Company Background / History
1895 Paul Dürr founds a metal shop for roof flashing in Cannstatt. In 1917 he begins with sheet metal processing.
1932 Otto Dürr takes over his father’s operations. With the establishment of a construction office, the development of the engineering company begins to take on its current form
Inspired by a trip to the US, Otto Dürr ventures into plant construction.
1950 marks the first system for chemical surface treating; additional orders from the automotive industry follow.
In 1963 Dürr achieves a breakthrough in the automotive industry: the first equipment for electrophoretic dip-painting is installed in the Ford factory in Genk, Belgium. By the mid 1960s Dürr has already followed customers abroad: in 1964 and 1966 subsidiaries are founded in Brazil and Mexico.
From 1968 Dürr is engaged in environmental systems.
From 1969 on Heinz Dürr manages the company alone after more than 10 years of collaboration with his father.
In 1970 Dürr founds his first subsidiary in the US. The internationalization continues with the establishment of additional foreign subsidiaries.
In 1978 Dürr enters into the field of automation and conveyor systems. With this Dürr offers not just painting equipment technology alone, but rather solutions for the transport of car bodies in paint shops as well – an important step towards becoming a systems supplier.
In 1985 Dürr established a subsidiary in China to enter the Chinese market.
1989 Dürr celebrates its IPO. The product and services are rounded off further with smaller acquisitions.
In 1996 Dürr introduces the Ecopaint painting robot, which sets new standards in terms of flexibility, quality and environmental compatibility. In the same year Dürr takes over the French competitor Alstom Automation
In 2000 the Dürr group taken over the measuring systems group Schenck. With Schenck, Dürr has established itself as a full-range supplier of equipment for final vehicle assembly and also holds the top position in the world market for balancing and diagnostics equipment.
In 2003 Dürr acquires the largest order in the company’s history: General Motors orders three paint shops at once in North America. In the course of the readjustment of the Group structure, Dürr pools its activities into two business units in March 2005. Dürr profits more and more from its international network in the course of globalization.
In 2007 new companies are established in Russia and Turkey and Dürr extends its capacities in other growth markets.
In summer 2009 relocated its Stuttgart activities to its Bietigheim-Bissingen location. At the newly built Dürr Campus with its future-oriented energy concept Dürr concentrated its painting activities and will also be more powerful in the areas of environmental systems, aircraft technology and Dürr Consulting. 1,500 employees are working at the headquarters.
Dürr will continue to expand its presence in emerging markets. Opening up of new business areas and product innovations are in focus in 2010.
All business units are accelerating their product offensive. Especially with the EcoDryScrubber overspray separation system and the new EcoBell3 universal atomizer generation Dürr has been and is expanding its technological leadership in 2009 and 2010.
In 2011 Dürr is establishing the business area energy efficiency. That includes processes for utilizing energy recovered from industrial waste heat and processes for energy generation (combined heat and power module).
After 23 years at the top of the Supervisory Board of Dürr AG, Heinz Dürr retired from office in April 2013 and is appointed Honorary Chairman. Klaus Eberhardt was elected as his successor by the Supervisory Board, having been a member of the control body since 2012.
2014 Dürr acquires the majority of HOMAG Group AG, the world market leader for woodworking machines.
Dürr acts with foresight and develops solutions for tomorrow’s production requirements, such as the digital plant network and the production optimization based on big data analyses.
Within its expansion of its Industry 4.0 strategy "digital@Dürr“" the Group takes over the company iTAC, a specialist for manufacturing execution systems (MES) at the end of 2015