Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry

http://www.igic.bas-net.by/  

Sorption-catalytic and membrane materials for water and air purification

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

Belarus

IDENTIFIER

BO3883

PUBLISHED

2021-05-15

LAST UPDATE

2021-05-15

DEADLINE

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Responsible
Andrei Ivanets
ivanets@igic.bas-net.by
Summary
The Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry offers consumers sorption-catalytic and membrane materials for water and air purification under a manufactoring agreement and manufacturers and developers under a technology transfer license agreement, as well as partners for concluding an agreement on the provision of distribution services.
Description
The State Scientific Institution "Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus" offers sorption-catalytic materials for water and air purification and technologies for their production.

Sorption-catalytic materials are supported catalysts that allow water to be purified from iron, manganese, and hydrogen sulfide. The carrier is thermally modified dolomite with catalytically active oxides Mn (III, IV) and Cu (II) impregnated on its surface.

Microfiltration membrane materials based on silicate ceramics have a multilayer structure and consist of a large-pore substrate (pore size 40..200 µm) with a microfiltration layer formed on its surface (pore size 1..5 µm). They allow removing mechanical and colloidal impurities from liquid and gaseous media. Ceramic membranes are resistant to mineral acids and organic solvents, are characterized by increased thermal stability and mechanical strength - http://www.igic.bas-net.by/tech.php?id=186&lang=ru

The high sorption and catalytic activity, as well as the retention capacity of the developed materials, combined with their low cost, made it possible to create highly efficient domestic materials for water and air purification.
Advantages and Innovations
The use of local natural carbonate and silicate mineral raw materials (dolomite and quartz sand) makes it possible to obtain sorption-catalytic filtering and microfiltration membrane materials, which surpass foreign analogues in their operational properties and are much cheaper than them.
Stage of development
Already on the market
Comments regarding stage of development
Technical conditions for sorption-catalytic filtering materials and ceramic filter elements have been developed and their production has been launched at the experimental-industrial site of the IGNC the National Academy of Sciences
Funding source
State budged
Internal
IPR status
Exclusive rights
Patents granted
Sector group
Environment
Materials

Client information

Type
R&D institution
Year yearestablished
1959
NACE keywords
M.72.19 - Other research and experimental development on natural sciences and engineering
M.74.90 - Other professional, scientific and technical activities n.e.c.
Turnover (in EUR)
10-20M
Already engaged in transnational cooperation
Yes
Languages spoken
English
Russian

Information about partnership

Type of partnership considered
Distribution services agreement
Manufacturing agreement
Type and role of partner sought
The institute is looking for consumers of sorption-catalytic and membrane materials for water and air purification within the framework of a manufactoring agreement, and partners for concluding an agreement on the provision of distribution service
Type and size of partner sought
251-500
R&D Institution
SME <= 10
SME 11-50
SME 51-250

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