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Biofouling growth on maritime and harbour installations can accelerate the rate of corrosion. It also increases thedrag resistance and fuel consumption for ships, as well as the risk of mechanical failure. The end result leads to seawater contamination. Conventional anti-fouling coatings contain cuprous oxide, and the toxicity of these copper-containing coatings has triggered public concerns over the significant adverse impacts on the environment. Hence, there is a great demand fora solution wh...

Exhibitor : Singapore Polytechnic

Though air is invisible, we feel air in almost anywhere on this planet. That is why we are so conscious about air in dairy life. The device which applies this technology has ability to decompose odor constituent in air by photocatalysis reaction, and exhaust clean air. Although scale of this device is notbig, it has outstanding output power. The technology has minimaloperation and maintenance issues. The technology has already been deployed and validatedin various facilities such as one of the ...

Exhibitor : IP Bridge, Inc.

Most treatment processes in environmental applications involves administering a high dose of actives at a given time only to have to repeat that dose days or weeks later. This is not economical and sometimes result in damaging side effects such as inconsistent treatment, environmental pollution and resistance development of the target organisms. These controlled release delivery systems are highly flexible. They can be designed to release actives with specified parameters, such as dosage, dosag...

Exhibitor : Hydroemission Corporation Pte Ltd

Enzymatic technologies are a natural way to reduce dependence on harsh chemicals or over – processing while improving the process – economically, technologically, and environmentally. The technology provider currently has commercial enzymatic solutions in the market and has a wide range of enzymatic technologies to address a variety of industrial applications. The enzymes are tailored made to meet the customer specific requirements. Very often this means that enzymes are designed to ...

Exhibitor : MetGen Oy

This novel and environment-friendly modified titanium oxide (TiO2) photocatalyst enables the degradation of 4-chlorophenol through visible light. According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, 4-chlorophenol is a primary water pollutant owing to its potential as a carcinogen to mammals and aquatic life. This pollutant typically comes from the production of chemical feedstocks associated with the manufacture of fungicides, antiseptics, disinfectants and dyes, among others. The ...

Exhibitor : University of the Philippines

This groundbreaking UV nanostructured coating improves UV output of existing UV lamps, sleeves and UV transparent windows by up to 15% at 254nm. It has been extensively evaluated at 254nm using standard mercury low pressure lamps (LP Hg lamps). This proprietary layer is made with a simple wet chemical coating process followed by a short heat treatment. It has excellent adhesion and withstands repeated chemical cleaning. Patent applications are filed. The coating technology has been developed for...

Exhibitor : LightLab Sweden AB

Chemically-enhanced primary treatment (CEPT) process has been implemented as an alternative treatment process to the conventional process for domestic sewage. As large quantity of wastewater can be rapidly treated in this process, CEPT process is extremely useful for rapid growing mega cities and developing countries. The inorganic metal flocculants and organic polymers are generally used as pre-dewatering conditioning agents. However, the treatment process is either too expensive or poses ecol...

Exhibitor : Hong Kong Baptist University - Knowledge Transfer Office

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