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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

Electricity usage for space cooling contributes a significant amount of a building's energy consumption. Passive radiative cooling, which does not require any energy input, offers a great potential to conserve energy use in buildings. A passive radiative cooler reflects almost all incident sunlight, and simultaneously emits thermal radiation strongly and selectively through an atmospheric transparency window. Therefore, thermal energy of an object can then be transferred to the extremely cold un...

Booth 5K04 - City University of Hong Kong

The technology provider has developed a technology that can harness low-grade heat from various sources and convert it into cooling and/or electrical power. Low-grade (temperature) heat is abundantly available from many different sources such as waste heat from industrial processes, geothermal and solar energy. Utilising low-grade waste heat leads to increased energy efficiency and profitability while reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The existing technologies for harnessing low-grade heat are...

Booth 5ZF10 - H2C PTE LTD

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