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Wir begrüßen unsere neuen Auszubildenen und starten den Tag mit einem ausgiebigen Frühstück.
Kennenlernen und Ankommen steht auf dem Plan für die nächsten Tage.
Lea aquí las novedades de Tietjen en el campo de la separación, deshidratación y trituración en húmedo para plantas de biogás.
Por fin ha llegado el día: refuerzos para nuestro equipo humano. Poco a poco, nuestros nuevos compañeros van ocupando sus puestos en la jornada de actividades #ColegaPerro, organizada por la Asociación Alemana para el Bienestar Animal #Tierschutzbund, junto con la marca de alimentos #Cesar.
Entrenando en Tietjen, nuestros aprendices Anton y Merlin informan sobre su aprendizaje en Tietjen. Por qué eligieron su aprendizaje, qué les gusta particularmente de la formación y Tietjen.
Tietjen opens Tietjen Office APAC in Ho Chi Minh City , Vietnam and finds with Hien Hoang an experienced Sales and Business Development employee for the region.
Tietjen presenta sus nuevos desarrollos para la industria de los piensos y los alimentos para animales de compañía en la feria VICTAM International de Utrecht (Países Bajos).
El Molino de Camára Grande FD, el Separador de Gravedad por Aire AGS AD y el Controlador de Tamaño de Partícula en Línea OPC, los tres aumentan la eficiencia del proceso de molienda.
The full decarbonization of our energy supply to meet the 2030 climate targets requires diversification of energy sources while maintaining or improving security of supply. Sustainable wood energy is the only renewable, on-demand, baseload partner technology of photovoltaics and wind energy at power plant scale. Wood pellet fuel is already available today, is in sufficient supply in the long term through a global market, and can thus secure our energy supply and grid stability for tomorrow.
The amount of plastic waste is increasing from year to year. Biodegradable packaging is therefore becoming increasingly important, and not only in the food industry. Yet there are already many sustainable packaging alternatives – such as bio-film made from macroalgae. Since this process is very time-consuming and expensive, Ludwig Schmidtchen, a doctoral student, has developed a cheaper and faster manufacturing process for this film. He received help from Tietjen.
Consumer behavior has changed dramatically in recent years, and sustainable production has become a key factor in this development. In this context, we have taken an in-depth look at the benefits and potential of the oat drink, as well as the technical aspect – how oat flour, the basis of the drink, is produced in the first place.
With us, studies and practical training go hand in hand – a recipe for success for a great start to your professional future! Since 2019 we offer in cooperation with the University of Applied Sciences Hamburg (HAW) the possibility of a dual study with focus on process engineering (B.Sc.). Our dual student, David Bornkessel, talks about his last 2 years with us and gives an insight into what a student can expect at Tietjen.
Red traffic lights, traffic jams and bad-tempered people in the morning. We at Tietjen not only want to do something good for our employees, but also for the environment. That’s why from now on we say: On your bicycle, get set, go!
The use of biomass or waste wood as a substitute fuel in coal-fired power plants is becoming hugely important as the energy transition progresses. Nonetheless, coal-fired power plants apply strict requirements to conversions for alternative fuels. Tietjen has set itself the task of grinding waste wood in order to make it available as a source of energy. Production waste from the wood-processing industry can only be integrated economically and cost-efficiently to create fuel for current power plant processes if it possesses similar properties to coal. Fine grinding of the waste wood is crucial in this context
In Germany alone, about 12 million tonnes of food go to waste each year. This is made up of expired food from the retail food industry, goods with damaged packaging or expired promotional goods. From a pure energy point of view, this food waste is very valuable, as biowaste can be made into sustainable energy in biogas plants and then fed into our electricity and district heating grids. Biowaste is also converted into compost. In order for this transformation from biowaste to bioenergy and compost to work, packaging and other foreign matter must be removed. This article shows how such biowaste can be optimally recycled today with the help of state-of-the-art grinding and separation technologies and how it promotes biowaste as a source of renewable energy.
Good grinding depends on the technical design of the hammer mill itself and on the aspiration of the mill. In addition, the feeding of the hammer mill also plays an important role. The grinding plant can only be operated efficiently with optimum feeding and the appropriate dosing of the input material. Tietjen offers three options of feeding systems with the air-gravity separator (AGS series), the drum feeder (DA series) and the vibratory feeder (R series).
New solutions for ultrafine grinding of aquafeed and pet food: As part of a cooperation agreement with NEUMANN & ESSER Process Technology GmbH (NEA), Tietjen Verfahrenstechnik GmbH will assume responsibility for global sales of the NEA impact classifier mill under the name ‘TICM’ (Tietjen Impact Classifier Mill). The TICM ultrafine grinding concept is specifically conceived for the requirements of aquafeed and pet food production, and is capable of handling the greatest challenges where grain size is concerned.
Last year, Tietjen was looking for a new, modern ‘Industry 4.0’ control unit component, particularly one that offers features such as a remote maintenance. JUMO had a product in its portfolio that matched all these requirements – the JUMO TCU 96. With the additional web application, Tietjen Verfahrenstechnik is able to model a complete and sophisticated remote maintenance concept.
To enable our customers to adhere to their maintenance schedule and plan independently, we’ve developed the myTietjen web application. MyTietjen provides access to information about the machines through a mobile device. Simply scan the QR code on your machine to access personalised spare parts lists and maintenance plans, plus operating instructions and technical drawings.
There are two new faces at Tietjen. When training started officially on 3 August 2020, Annika Mohr and Janne Tim Löw began their training with us. Annika is training to become an office clerk, and Janne Tim Löw an industrial mechanic in production. To both, we would like to extend a warm welcome to Tietjen.
From production employee to operations manager: In his 42 years at Tietjen, Mr Peter Wagner had not just experienced many things, but also been involved in many key innovations right from the start. After training as a mechanical engineer, he started at Tietjen at a time when the company had just twelve members of staff. During his rise to operations manager he has achieved a great deal along the way, and Mr Wagner is today still responsible for numerous staff and company activities, and supports Tietjen wherever he can.
On 30 October 2019, we held our first seminar with our new sales partner, Tim Tripp, in Canada. It revolved entirely around grinding techniques for pet food, and the differences between Europe and North America. The event was rounded off by presentations about alternative grinding concepts by our CEO Thomas Runde and another presentation about explosion protection by Dirk Gering and Tim Tripp.
To expand their feed production capacity in the spring of 2019, a new GDL 25 and crossyoke plansifter was commissioned at AFGRI Animal Feeds near Johannesburg. With a production capacity of around 1 million tonnes a year, AFGRI Animal Feeds is one of South Africa’s leading animal feed manufacturers. The products are manufactured with care, on the basis of innovative technologies, research and processes. The aim is to ensure optimum feed quality.
For many companies, explosion protection is a matter to be taken seriously. Businesses that produce cereal, wood or animal feed products are particularly affected. Thanks to our in-house research and development of pressure release systems, we have played a role in ensuring that systems are safer today. All our mills are explosion-proof and resistant to flame puncture. They have an EC declaration of compliance in accordance with ATEX Directive 2014/34/EU.