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Agro Biotech International Exports Pvt. Lt. posted this:White turmeric (Curcuma aromatica Salisb) is a multi face herbalWhite Turmeric (Curcuma aromatica Salisb) is a multi faced herbal used in the Cosmetic industries to cancer research institutes. We have the sufficiant raw materials for export. It is used for anti fertility usage. The practice of traditional medicine for the control of fertility in most parts of India is based on the uses of plant medicines for many years. Anti-inflammatory and wound healing activity of topical application of Curcuma aromatica Salisb.
Heflen International Limited posted this:Low Energy High Efficiency Transfer Spray GunHeflen low energy spray gun betters the BAT requirements, has a 85%+ transfer efficiency; services the Paint and Nano coating industry a unique control method to reduce surface bounce back and reduction in an overall carbon foot print for its users. Its world patented technology has proven its ability to reduce the risk of exposure to the end user and the environment bringing a safer method of application for all coatings.
Arun Murthy Battula posted this:
CEO at Creactos Limited
Liviu Giurca posted this:
CEO at Hibridesign
Liviu Giurca posted this:
CEO at Hibridesign
Deniz Bayramoglu posted this:
Head of IP- and Innovation Management at Darmstadt University of Technology
Nu innovations Inc posted this:New Glaze Formula For Ceramic And Tile Industries Without Using Of Zirconium (50% saving)You just save your money up to 50% because we can provide you special glaze formula for each ceramic company individually. we will be received your sampling of your raw material and then you will get our saved formula.
Alfonso del Rey Pérez posted this:
Licensing Manager at Institut Català de Nanociència i Nanotecnologia
Behrouz Rahimi (CEO) posted this:
Nu innovations Inc
University of Huelva posted this:Procedure for obtaining a renewable resource of metals from acid minewater, and the respective systemsIs known in the state of the art the recovery of metals from the acid aqueous solution that contain them, generally by liquid-liquid extractions. For metals recovery at industrial scale is necessary that these metals can be recovered simultaneously by means of a single extraction step. There are several extraction reagent for this purpose, all these reagent are very expensive and the industrial process for the metal recovery (particularly for rare earth and yttrium) are very complex and finally expensive. The present procedure allows to recovery selectively metals (particularly rare earths and yttrium) by the neutralization of acid mine waters. The objective is to revalue the metal content dissolved in this waters.
University of Huelva posted this:Auto-assemblable RJ45 male connectorOn the one hand, the invention does not require a crimp tool, which is ideal for cabling operations that require quickness. On the other hand, the innovation allows reusing the RJ plug as many times as required until properly assembling the copper pairs. Furthermore, the connector incorporates an identification by color codes for wiring according to the ANSI/TIA-968-A-2002 standard, which is ideal for people with limited dexterity on IT.
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UNIVERSIDAD DE ALICANTE posted this:Production of briquettes for energy recovery of furniture waste with polyurethane foamsThe Research Group "Waste, energy, environment and nanotechnology" (WEEN) from the University of Alicante has developed a new compact material and a production process of briquettes of furniture waste. This process makes it possible to carry out the management and the energy recovery of this waste, avoiding the environmental problems associated with its landfilling and also making it easier to transport, handle and store. The briquettes obtained, show physicochemical characteristics similar to the conventional and they have a high energy density being able to be used as fuel for thermal power plants or industrial boilers. Companies in the waste treatment sector and the furniture industry that are interested in commercial exploitation of this technology through licensing agreements and / or technical cooperation are sought.
Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla posted this:PROCESS FOR OBTAINING AN ADSORBENT FROM A WASTE MATERIAL AND USE OF THE ADSORBENTIn the present, a procedure of obtaining adsorbent from a waste material and its use are disclosed. This invention provides a natural waste material, specifically avocado seed, its preparation and use for the filling of columns used in the elimination of contaminants present in wastewater. The particles have an irregular shape and variable size for filling columns of different diameter and length. The adsorbent has the sufficient hardness for avoiding a particle collapse. The material does not rot, is re-generable and ecological. In the present invention the preparation of the adsorbent, its pre-activation, carbonization and application to eliminate the color of textile wastewater is disclosed. The color elimination from textile wastewater, as well as decrease of salts, total suspended solids, chemical oxygen demand (COD) and total organic carbon (TOC), is carried out passing the textile wastewater through a column filled with the prepared adsorbent. In batch systems metals dissolved in water can be eliminated.
UATEC - Unidade de Transferência de Tecnologia posted this:Ohmic heating reactor for chemical synthesis, the method and its applicationsIn ohmic heating electrical energy is dissipated in heat with a very high efficiency (electrodes in contact with the reaction medium), resulting in fast and uniform heating and in the increase of charged species movement. As in the case of the heating with microwave radiation, electrical energy is transformed into thermal energy. However, on contrary of heating with microwave radiation (penetration depth of microwave radiation in absorbing media is limited) the penetration depth is virtually unlimited and the extent of heating is regulated only by the spatial uniformity of electrical conductivity throughout the reaction medium and the time spent in the ohmic reactor. Thus, the direct scaling of the ohmic heating for the pilot or industrial scale shouldn’t have the limitations presented by microwave radiation heating. It is also possible to reduce reaction times and increase the energy efficiency of chemical reactions