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Added
value
to your
innovation

Services

PTG/e can be an extension of your in-house R&D. Whether it is contract research or simply the analysis of a material, you can count on us for professional support. We take a pragmatic approach, which translates into short communication lines internally and regular contact between our researchers and the customer. In this way we can monitor project progress and steer the process as needed.

Our services include organising postdoc-level open courses. And thanks to our large network of lecturers, we are also able to offer (in-house) courses tailored to your specific needs.

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Research & innovation

Need an experienced partner to complement your in-house R&D from time to time? For example when you are short of capacity or do not have the necessary expertise in house?
PTG/e is fully equipped to take on a variety of tasks.

Also for shorter term projects PTG/e is your partner.

Comparison of raw materials, material identification or a quick literature scan – these are just a few of the services that PTG/e can perform for you. 

Courses

With access to a wide network of (own) experts in many different areas, PTG/e is excellently placed to help you expand your knowledge of polymers. We are organizing customized company specific courses, as well as open PTN courses.

Publications

PTG/e is sponsoring Brightlands Polymer Days 2021

Brightlands Polymer Days 2021 is a scientific conference in the field of polymer science and technology. It is organised by the Belgian Polymer Group, KNCV Macromolecular Division, PTN, the former Dutch Polymer Days and Brightlands Rolduc Polymer Conference. These partners have joined forces to start a new scientific conference where academia, from student to Nobel Prize winner, and industry can meet.

More information about this conference can be found on https://polymerdays.brightlands.com/about-the-conference/

The Impact of Biomass and Acid Loading on Methanolysis during Two-Step Lignin-First Processing of Birchwood

Panos D. Kouris, Xiaoming Huang, Xianhong Ouyang, Dannie J. G. P. van Osch, Geert J. W. Cremers, Michael D. Boot and Emiel J. M. Hensen
Catalysts, 2021, 11(6), 750

Remeltable concrete, an industrial revolution!

PTG/e cooperated with Shell in the development of sulfur concrete which is now commercialized by the Belgian concrete manufacturer De Bonte for the production of ‘green’ railway sleepers.
Further details on this 100% circular concrete can be found on the website of De Bonte.