The R&D Project team in Andaltec counts with extensive experience and cutting-edge equipment to make your ideas come true.
What’s more, we help you to prepare technological and economic applications for R&D projects. We also advise your company to achieve the suitable funding for your project (regional, national and international R&D funding schemes).
The R&D areas that we deal with are the following:
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Andaltec is part of the Spanish PIDI Network, which entitles us to provide information and assessment on the different granting and funding schemes managed by the Spanish Industrial Technological Development Centre (CDTI in its original acronym).
Development of self-regulating thermoplastics based on encapsulation technology.
Protecting device for the childbirth moment.
Preservation of highly perishable food by means of active packaging, which incorporates natural compounds from the olive oil industry.
Research network specialising in the development of new materials based on nanocarbon compounds, which intend the improvement of properties such as thermal, electrical, mechanical and optical conductivity.
New technological solutions for fishing foods preservation.
Development and characterisation of flexible film for food packaging.
Development of innovative solutions to improve cold chain supply for chopped fruit, employing multi barrier technology.
Development of solar concentrators for urban areas.
Groundbreaking system to transform urban solid waste into fuel.
Development and optimisation of extrusion-manufactured plastic pallets.
Extending fish lifespan by means of packaging enhanced by additives with natural antimicrobial and antibacterial agents.
Development of microstructuration processes and laser joints for metallic structures.
Production of plastic-metal joints by means of laser welding, for industrial applications.
Plastics optimisation employing additives for nano activated clay.
Development of sustainable smart food packaging.
Packaging development for the food industry, based on nanomaterials like graphene.