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Hydroemission is a Singapore based materials science company with a core competency in the development and manufacture of biodegradable controlled release delivery systems for a spectrum of environmental applications, including but not limited to: mosquito larvae control, agricultural pest control, condensate water treatment, grease remediation, ambient scenting and air purification. Most treatment processes in environmental applications involves administering a high dose of actives at a given ...

Booth G14 - Hydroemission Corporation Pte Ltd

Highly-ordered nanostructures of valve metal oxides have recently attracted huge scientific and technological interest motivated by their possible use in many applications. Titanium dioxide (TiO2) received the highest attention due to its wide range of applications, including photocatalysis, water splitting, solar cells and biomedical uses. Self-organized TiO2 nanotube layers have been prepared by anodization in suitable electrolytes, during which the titanium substrate is converted into a highl...

Booth G20 - University of Pardubice

This technology presents the development of a commercial scale process of titania photocatalyst sol. Besides the production process, the coating process has also been established with the development of automatic spray and dip coating systems. Substrates that has been coated on are glass, paper, metal and ceramic filters. With the rising awareness and concerns of health, the improvement of indoor living conditions, such as air quality, is becoming an important issue for many countries. Common a...

Booth D17, D18 - Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI)

Silica (SiO2) fibrous material is a special functional material with unique properties represented by amorphous fibre structure. These silica fibres can adsorb significantly more water than commercially available silica gel of the same mesoporous character. This feature is especially apparent in the range of medium relative humidity (30-70% RH), which is industrially the most important range for adsorption (in electronics, food, chemical industries, and numerous others). Owing to its porosity, t...

Booth G20 - University of Pardubice