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Aluminium recycling and its benefits for the aerospace industry, by Constellium Global Aerospace division

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    Aluminium recycling and its benefits for the aerospace industry  - Bruno Chenal, Constellium Aluminium recycling and its benefits for the aerospace industry - Bruno Chenal, Constellium Presentation Transcript

    • Aluminium recyclingand its benefits forthe aerospace industryBruno Chenal,Technology & Innovation DirectorGlobal ATI DivisionIssoire, 29th March 2012
    • l’Aluminium recycling and its benefits for the aerospace industry Issoire - 29 mars 2012
    • GREENWASHING? aluminium aerospace Issoire - 29 mars 2012
    • Recycling is already taking placeIn 2011, 77% of the aerospace aluminium alloys produced byConstellium were recycled products. Issoire - 29 mars 2012
    • 1- Aluminium is recycled Why? It is industrially It’s part of its DNA possible on a large scale Issoire - 29 mars 2012
    • Aluminium is naturally recyclable Just like gold, platinum and silver… Aluminium retains its properties even when recycled 100% recyclable Endlessly recyclable Issoire - 29 mars 2012
    • Aluminium is recycled because it is technicallypossible on a large scale Issoire - 29 mars 2012
    • 2- Aluminium is recycled Why? How?It is the responsible It is economically It is operationally thing to do viable possible Issoire - 29 mars 2012
    • Aluminium is recycled because it is theresponsible thing to do Every ton of recycled aluminium saves 4 tons of bauxite. It takes 20 times less energy to produce recycled aluminium than to manufacture new aluminium. Every kg of recycled aluminium cuts 11.4kg of CO2 emissions. Issoire - 29 mars 2012
    • Aluminium is recycled because it iseconomically viable Optimized alloy Lower energy costs requirements (Cu, Zn, Li …) Issoire - 29 mars 2012
    • Aluminium is recycled because it’s operationally possible230 “internal” Raw material recycling 100 Recycling Customer delivery customer scrap Recycling at 10 Finished product the end of the aircraft lifecycle A manufacturing process that creates raw materials. A recycling circle organised by Constellium with its clients. Issoire - 29 mars 2012
    • Pre-machining, a solution for reducing the quantity of scrap produced by clientsNo pre-machining Trans- Aircraft Strong Aerospace Foundry formation part sheets client ≈10 100 Client scrap ≈90Pre-machining Strong Pre- Pre- Aircraft Trans- Aerospace sheets machin machin Machined plate – Framepart Foundry formatio client 100 ing ed ≈10 n sheet Pre-machined 40 scrap 60 Client scrap ≈ 30 Issoire - 29 mars 2012
    • The aerospace recycling circle 10% of the metal produced 90% of the metal3-6 months 30-40 ans 30-40 years 2 boucles différenciées selon on the origin of: 2 different circles depending l’origine: -- aircraft component/dismantling - Pièces volantes/démantelées -- production scraps - Chutes de fabrication
    • The Aerospace recycling process Issoire - 29 mars 2012
    • A process co-developed with clients  During the aircraft construction cyclePhase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Establish contract Customer sorting Verification of scrap and logistics on arrival at Constellium Cyclone Issoire - 29 mars 2012
    • A process co-developed with industrystakeholders  End of aircraft lifecycle Issoire - 29 mars 2012
    • A process co-developed with industrystakeholders  End of aircraft lifecycle: project PAMELA Issoire - 29 mars 2012
    • 3 – Recycling at the heart of innovation Issoire - 29 mars 2012
    • Recycling at the heart of innovation:Innovative ProductsAIRWARE™, an eco-design technologyA patented process for recycling mixed chips Issoire - 29 mars 2012
    • Recycling at the heart of innovation: Innovative processes - OFELIA An eco-efficient industry revolving around AIRWARE™technology. A Viameca certified, Single Inter-Ministerial Fund (FUI) project OFELIA Issoire - 29 mars 2012 20
    • The Jules Verne Institute:A commitment to aircraft of the future Issoire - 29 mars 2012 21
    • Aluminium recycling and its benefits for theaerospace industry – 6 key messagesAluminium is 100% recyclable – endlessly recyclable  In 2011, 77% of the aluminium alloys manufactured by Constellium for the aerospace industry were made from recycled products. The objective is for 80% of products to be recycled.  A responsible approach  Of Economic value  An operational industryA process at the heart of innovation Issoire - 29 mars 2012 22