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ReSiTec is a supplier of engineering and development services to the process industry.

Our core competence is within powder and slurry technology. Our service ranges

from pre-studies and verification to final project execution.

 



Areas of expertise: 

                  

  • Powder-liquid separation
  • Classification
  • Milling
  • Drying
  • Analytical services

 

Toll manufacturing:


ReSiTec has a wide range of process equipment and possibilities for toll manufacturing and recycling services:


  • Crushing
  • Removal of impurities, upgrading
  • Dewatering
  • Drying
           ReSiTec is                       participating in:





 


ReSiTec is a producer of high purity silicon powder. ReSiTec offers powders with silicon content above 99% with boron and phosphorus less than 2-3 ppm which 

makes it ideal for applications within PV. 

Typical particle sizes of 0-10 micron, 0-20 micron, 0-30 micron, 0-70 micron and 

0-100 micron. 

Tailor made grain size distributions upon request.

 



Further details are found in the data sheet.


Datasheet RST Silicon Powders

 












ReSiTec is

a member of: 


           





The Eyde Cluster, together with ReSiTec, Elkem, MIL and other partners have been accepted in 

the new Norwegian catapult scheme.They will establish a national test center that will offer services to innovative companies all over the country. The name of the center is FutureMat 

and is based on pilot centers in Kristiansand 

and Grimstad, in close collaboration with several major industrial players and the Eyde Cluster. 




RFF Agder has allocated 3 million NOK to Elkem Technology, which together with ReSiTec and Teknova will develop solutions for profitable recycling of waste from silicon production. 

This is an important step towards the circular economy and the realization of the green shift.




ReSiTec and 15 European partners have been granted funding for the EU project Cabriss. This project is a part of the Horizon 2020 research and innovation framework program and the call

Waste-1-2014. More information can be found on the Cabriss website.