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Using a proprietary matrix encapsulation technique, active ingredients are incorporated into a matrix made from a biodegradable polymer. Pesticides, biocides, corrosion inhibitors, enzymes, and bacteria are just some of the examples of the kinds of actives that can be encapsulated. Then the polymer is formed into tablets of various shapes and sizes. Each tablet can deliver its active ingredients into the environment over a predetermined time frame, with precisely controlled dosages to ensure the...

Booth 5F07 - Hydroemission Corporation Pte Ltd

This technology encapsulates a high level of volatile actives and then continuously releases them in controlled dosages. The gel matrix is enclosed by a protective foil which is further packaged in a vapor-permeable membrane, to create the ready-to-use and easy to apply the product. Upon activation, the volatile actives are delivered for a nonstop ambient treatment effect. Using this advanced but simple system, actives such as fragrances, essential oils, odour-neutralizing agents, and even insec...

Booth 5F07 - Hydroemission Corporation Pte Ltd

A Korean company specializing in the development of eco-friendly materials and devices is offering an energy-saving, easy to operate high recovery process water purification technology which removes ions from the water by electricity. The company is looking for a partner to explore the domestic applications such as washing machines, purifiers and softeners.

Booth 5G23 - ED Research

This invention is a new light disinfection technology based on asynchronous, intermittent lighting that uses high-intensity, narrow-wavelength light sources for rapid microbial disinfection. This highly efficient bactericidal system with LED light sources is controlled by a circuit with a programmed microcontroller and a monitor to adjust the exposure time, frequency, duty cycle and lighting pattern. With the optimum combination of light source and light exposure program, microorganisms can be r...

Booth 5K12 - The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Microbiological infestation is a known cause of water pollution in drinking water sources. Common waterborne pathogens include Pseudomonas, Aeromonas, Mycobacterium and Legionella bacteria. There have been a number of cases of Legionella bacteria being detected in new buildings in Hong Kong. Water disinfection technologies such as chlorination, ozonation, heating and reverse osmosis are now widely used in drinking water disinfection. However, a high concentration of chlorine produces a pungent ...

Booth 5K12 - The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Disinfection and sterilization have become important topics in recent years due to an increased number of food poisoning cases and the appearance of superbugs. Sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl) is the standard way to disinfect water. However, it is corrosive in nature and needs to be handled carefully. This technology relates to a generator capable of sterilizing water using electrical energy through producing HOCl, a weak acid. This technology can be applied to the fields of food services, agricultur...

Booth 5G23 - ED Research

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