Smallops has developed nanoparticles from waste from the olive industry. The production method developed by the company makes the industrial application of these nanoparticles viable, since it can be offered at an infinitely lower cost than those currently on the market. In addition, when producing these nanoparticles, the vegetable water is valued, a residue that is difficult to manage in Mediterranean countries.
With this production method, Smallops obtains iron nanoparticles encapsulated in carbon, and they are called OPS. Smallops manufactures the nanoparticles from waste from the olive industry, specifically from the vegetable water. OPS have well-known benefits, find out which they are at this link.
METHOD OF MANUFACTURING NANOPARTICLES FROM BY-PRODUCTS OF THE OLIVE INDUSTRY
One of the main innovations of Smallops is found in its production method. This production method makes it possible to produce iron nanoparticles at a much lower price than the current one, which allows iron nanoparticles to be applied industrially, something that had not been achieved until now due to its high production costs.
APPLICATIONS OF IRON NANOPARTICLES
These nanoparticles are very transversal, which allows them to be applied in sectors such as biogas, water treatment or fertilizers. Specifically, Smallops, by applying iron nanoparticles in biogas production, has obtained improvements of up to 20% in its performance.
It should be noted that the production of nanoparticles from by-products of the olive industry allows Smallops to maintain a process framed in the circular economy.
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