List of Technologies and Technological Lines Which are Superior to World Level and Industrially Tested in Russia and Abroad
  1. Recycling of automobile tires and other rubber waste into crumb (less than 3 mm), powder (less than 0.2 mm), raw rubber and new rubber goods (cost price of raw rubber is $300, market price is $1500 per ton).
  2. Recycling of cable scrap with recovery of pure copper or aluminum (productivity 500 kg per hour).
  3. Recycling of electronic scrap with production of metal powder concentrate, which at refining plants is separated into pure precious and non-ferrous metals (productivity 500 kg per hour).
  4. Increase of production capacity and decrease of power consumption of dry grinding plants (for example, for cement) up to 20 % using electronic device of 0.1 kW, at decrease of wear of grinding bodies by 30 %.
  5. Decrease of power consumption at oil processing and thermal power stations by 20-30 % using electromagnetic generator of 0.2 kW due to boiler deposit removal and decrease of layer thickness of steam bubbles on boiler walls.
  6. Increase of extraction of ore gold by 25 % (up to 95 %) by means of modular mobile plants with capacity from 1 up to 50 ton per hour without using of ball mills, flotation and chemical reagents with production of molten gold. The module 50 t/h is placed on 2 trailers. Decrease of power consumption in 3 times.
  7. Vibratory concentrator for extraction of precious metals up to 5 microns from ores, placers and their tailing.
  8. Processing of spent baby batteries by simplification of traditional technology in 3 times.
  9. Regeneration of hard-alloy cutting tool with using only vibratory grinding methods (without using chemistry). Produced powder is used for new tool or wearproof overlaying on crown bits.
  10. Crushing and grinding of ferroalloys without overgrinding for metallurgy and manufacture of welding electrodes.
  11. Processing of metallurgical slags with mechanical, magnetic and electrostatic separation of metals. Wastes are used for manufacturing building materials.
  12. Regeneration of abrasive tool and production of new abrasive grain with increased life.
  13. Processing of electrocorundum at decrease of overgrinding and increase of grain output with isometric or special form to manufacture abrasive cloth of high resistance. Producing of superfine powders. Resistance (life) of abrasive disks increases by 30 %.
  14. Processing of fireproof raw materials with increase of product life due to removal of microdefects, at decrease of all costs in 2 times.
  15. Regeneration of spent refractories with extraction of precious and other metals from them.
  16. Processing of diamond bort (technical diamonds) or synthetic diamonds with increase of output of commercial grain by 20-30 % (by size and form).
  17. Regeneration of solidified asleep cement to class 300.
  18. Processing of ferroconcrete wastes from pieces 400х1200 mm with producing of road stone, cement and broken armature.
  19. Regeneration of foundry sand with various binders by methods of vibratory crushing and vibratory frictionizing without using of heat treatment and washing. Dust (binder) is used as coagulant or cohesive material.
  20. Processing of metal chips for melting or into powder to make new product.
  21. Increase of cement plants productivity in 2 times at decrease of power consumption in 10 times and decrease of consumption of grinding bodies in 40 times.
  22. Producing of crushed stone (gravel) with cubic form (up to 95 %) at decrease of screenings by 40 % and power consumption by 30 %.
  23. Processing of wood chips or waste paper, including water-resistant paper (for example, money), with producing paper pulp at decrease of power consumption in 30 times and increase of paper strength by 50 %.
  24. Replacement of fine crushers together with rod and ball mills of dry and wet grinding by vibratory impulse crushers working in closed cycle with air-separators or hydroqualifiers at reduction of consumption of grinding bodies in 30 times and power consumption in 5 times (at ores pretreatment).
  25. Treatment of pulmonary diseases, including bronchial asthma and nicotine bronchitis, by means of individual or collective device generating dry ionized saline aerosol (effect of salt cave). Asepsis of rooms.
  26. Manufacture of combined fertilizers from glass with 3 years of their dissolution time at raising of crop yield by 30-60 %.
  27. Manufacture of ethanol from agrowaste and wood waste at decrease its cost price by 80 % and increase of ethanol output by 40 %.
  28. Manufacture of antiallergenic decoration building materials having aseptic properties (for hospitals, libraries, cinemas, vegetable storehouses).