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Recent developments and news at the pressure probe manufacturing firm Vectoflow.

News in the 3D-Printing-Sector

After presenting their 3D-printer, EOS P 500, EOS is planning further developments within the 3D-printing sector. Agreements have been made with the chemical company Arkema for developing a new high-tech polymer. There are already existing cooperations with Evonik and BASF for the development of future polymers.



Vectoflow clears another founder award

Katharina Kreitz, one of Vectoflow’s three founders, did not only convince the jury of the German founders web platform Unternehmerheld (Translates to ‘entrepreneur hero’) last week. The crowd also voted in her favour at the live pitch event.



Vectoflow develops new flow probe in collaboration with the Technical University of Munich

Vectoflow continues its efforts in improving existing flow measurement systems continuously and developing innovative new probes in order to be able to meet the requirements of our customers. The latest example is the start of a collaborative development project together with the Chair of Aerodynamics and Fluid mechanics of the TU of Munich. The goal is to develop a new innovative multihole flow probe, bringing together the experience of both partners, who already have a long history of mutual support.



Head of DLR visits Vectoflow

Prof. Dr. Pascale Ehrenfreund, Chair of the German Aerospace Center (DLR) Executive Board, visited Vectoflow at the ESA Incubation Center in Oberpfaffenhofen (AZO) on 4 July 2017. During her visit, Prof. Dr. Ehrenfreund met Katharina Kreitz and Stefan Bilz from Vectoflow and talked about future business and collaboration opportunities.



Vectoflow at the ASME Turbo Expo 2016 in Seoul

Vectoflow presented their products at the ASME Turbo Expo 2016. Dr. Christian Haigermoser and Katharina Kreitz showed the participants of the event the whole Vectoflow portfolio of flow probes and measurement systems, including the miniature 5-hole probe with a tip diameter of 0.9mm and the ceramic 3D-printed 5-hole probe able to withstand temperatures up to 2050 K. The resonance of all the visitors extremely positive.