Hydrophobic nanoparticles technology (anti-fouling paints)

11.10.2018Published 98 days ago
Technology
TRLU20181005001
Requests
Traditional antifouling technologies are based on the controlled release of biocides (toxic heavy metals) to prevent fouling organisms from adhering to the hull of a ship. In contact with water, the top layer of antifouling coating is dissolved and the biocides thus offer protection from fouling organisms. These paint systems are outdated and will be banned in the future because of their negative impact on marine ecosystems. The company is therefore looking for new and innovative non-toxic additives (thus NOT containing biocides neither heavy metals or substances harmful to the environment).

Luxembourgish producer of probiotic solutions for the hygiene, care and cleaning industries for domestic, institutional and farm field usage is looking for distributors and agents

05.10.2018Published 104 days ago
Commercial
BOLU20181005001
Offers
The Luxembourgish company is specialised in Research & Development in microbiology, and provides ecological, sustainable and alternative solutions to fight antimicrobial resistance. It produces probiotic solutions for the care, hygiene and cleaning industries, focusing on built and outdoor environments and providing disruptive still ethical products. The technology it focuses on is based on the addition of active and supporting microorganisms that allow care and hygiene for humans and animals, and that fight antimicrobial resistance and the overconsumption of antiseptics and antibiotics.

Luxembourgish producer of purified water using membrane-filtration technology is looking for distributors, agents and investors

05.10.2018Published 104 days ago
Commercial
BOLU20181005002
Offers
The company, located in the North of Luxembourg, uses a relatively young technique - the membrane filtration - to produce and sell highly purified drinking water. It relies on four principles which are: - High product quality; - The physical and mental health of its clients; - Social commitment; - Affordable price. Considering the need for healthier foods and drinks and the on-going pollution of drinking water sources, the company used the membrane-filtration technology to produce its innovative drinking water, making it the first European company in this niche.

Luxembourgish company specialised in Gemmotherapy is interested in a commercial and distribution Agreement

30.07.2018Published 171 days ago
Commercial
BOLU20180727001
Offers
The company is specialised in gemmotherapy. Gemmotherapy is a food supplement made with buds and young shoots extracts. The aim of this company is to advance the knowledge of therapeutically principles buds and give to the users the opportunity to make an informed choice. This explains why the company makes available the flavonoids analysis of each batches.

Luxembourg based SME providing engineering consultancy in ICT for smart buildings, data centers and high performance computing (HPC) infrastructure is offering to work under a service agreement.

16.04.2018Published 276 days ago
Commercial
BOLU20180416001
Offers
As the Luxembourg based company is totally independent of any manufacturer, they can deliver unbiased consultancy services to customers in order to provide them with the most cost effective solution between manufacturers, integrators and service providers. The multilingual team consists of 10 people, including several highly skilled engineers with long time experience in the ICT domain.

Recovery of as-new carbon fibers from waste composite materials

27.03.2018Published 296 days ago
Technology
TOLU20180327001
Offers
The increasing use of carbon fiber-reinforced plastics in lightweight construction goes along with growing amounts of waste. The majority of this waste has so far been deposited or burnt, representing a massive destruction of value and environmental pollution. Efficient recovery of re-usable carbon fibers from such waste is a necessity for the future. This is why this totally new process,which allows the complete release of the fibers from the polymer matrix, has been developed by a private R&D company in Luxembourg.