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SIRRIS-Wallonia

Liège Science Park
Rue du Bois Saint-Jean 12
BE-4102 Seraing
BELGIUM
Tel: +32 4 361 87 57
Website: www.sirris.be

Main Contact
   General Information

Other Contacts
   Fabienne WINDELS

   Jacky LECOMTE
    ENER-Plast Project

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Advice: Sustainable Energy : Ceramics, Glass and Brick Industries : Energy Efficient Technologies : Energy Management Systems : Engineering : Innovation : Polymer, Plastics and Rubber Industries : Research and Technological Development : Steel and Iron Industries : Sustainable Design : Sustainable Materials : Training

Further Information

SIRRIS (CRIF-WTCM) is a collective industrial research centre established in 1949 under the De Groot law. From then it has grown into a 140 employees institute whose main task is to provide technology know-how and transfer to 2,000 Belgian companies in the sectors of metalworking, plastics, mechanical, electrical and electronic engineering, information and communication technologies and automotive (>80% SMEs).

In order to achieve this it has built national and international networking activities and specific capabilities grouped into 6 competence centres:

SIRRIS-Wallonie is one of the departments of SIRRIS (CRIF-WTCM). It started its life in 1969 as CRIF Plastics, in order to answer the specific needs of the plastic processing members of Agoria. In 2002 the department counts on 45 employees, mostly skilled engineers and operators, and relies upon a cumulative investment in equipment which in the last ten years amounts to 15 million Euro.

SIRRIS-Wallonie has knowledge and experience related to the design of the automated dispensing-assembling-welding system based on its:

Case Studies & Reports

Programmes and Projects

Reduced Energy Consumption in Plastics Engineering (RECIPE)

ENER-Plast: Instruments for reducing the Energy Consumption and Carbon Emissions of the polymer industry and supply chain