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R&D projects


Thermal Spraying of Nanophased Powders

Injection Moulding of Titanium Powders for Biomedical Applications

Rapid Manufacturing of Titanium Implants


Integration of the Security Sub-Modules Elements in the Automotive Industry

Nanostructured Thermally Sprayed Magnetic Coatings for Microwave Absorption Applications

New Generation of Aeronautical Bearings for Extreme Environmental Constraints

Development of the New Thermal Spraying Equipment and Technology for Production of Components for Marine Transport Engines

Development of Load—Bearing Fibre Reinforced Composite Based Non—Metallic Biomimetic Bone Implants

Aerosol Technologies and Hierarchical Assembly / Manufacturing for Advanced Nano—Structured Porous Materials          



Contract Number: to be announced later in 2006
Type of Project: FP6-2004-SME-COOP
Duration: 24 Months (2006-2008)

1.University of Nottingham (UK), 2.Advanced Ferrite Technology GmbH (Germany), 3.Metallisation Ltd (UK), 4.Rybak & Hoschele GmbH (Germany), 5.Rasceur BV (Netherlands), 6.Oseir Ltd (Finland), 7.Phoneix Scientific Industries Ltd (UK), 8.Aachen University of Technology (Germany), 9.National Academy of Science of Belarus (Belarus), 10.Pyrogenesis SA (Greece)

The objective of this project is to develop a microwave absorption system, for reflected high frequency radiation, using nanostructured ferrite coatings deposited by High Velocity Oxy Fuel technique. The nanostructure and the low porosity of the coating are critical for the optimum performance of the system.
 The project is structured in four work packages:

1. Laboratory development of powder and HVOF process

2. Industrial validation of process

3. Industrial evaluation and technology transfer

4. Project management and report preparation

The main involvement of Pyrogenesis in this project is the validation of the HVOF spraying process under industrial conditions for the production of the specified nanostructured coatings for the microwave absorption system. The coatings produced by Pyrogenesis will be compared with the laboratory scale trial coatings in terms of density and microstructure. They will also be compared with the sintered ferrite materials, currently used in the industrial production of waveguide components intended to be replaced by the developed technology, in terms of the microwave absorption characteristics.


HVOF spray at Pyrogenesis plant