Results for "Galvano Ltd."

  • he renewable energy sources are one of the main priority of the European policy. A comparative economic analysis between photovoltaic (PV) and thermoelectric (TE) generators used to provide lighting for isolated rural homes is presented. Although panel costs are similar in both cases, appreciable lower generation costs are obtained by TEs. . The Bulgarian company developed a technology that utilizes the thermo-panels advantages by constructing roofs based on them and thus providing an opportunity to residential homes and industrial buildings to be fully and independently supplied with electricity.
  • he spot welding is used for processing of small and precision elements. The problem with conventional spot welding is the scratches and scrap remains at the elements surface after the contact with the electrode. Galvano Ltd. developed a new non-contact instrument for spot welding that allows to process small and precise elements without injuring their surface.
  • The method proposed is a new ecological, cost effective way of cellulose water pool treatment that leaves no bacteria or strains in the paper product. It consists of technology and instantiation that treat the bacteria before the final product processing. The results is clear from all kinds of anaerobic bacterias paper products.
  • AThe technology proposed allows production of fine jewelry and souvenirs from precious metals. It is almost impossible to create a golden/silver identical to flower or a leaf for example, keeping all it's details identically the same. The proposed technology is an easy and cost defective way to use the galvanization process for the jewelery, optics, medicine and machine building industry where golden, silver / platinum coating is needed.
  • Silver is a natural element and occurs as a trace mineral in the soils. Galvano Ltd. developed an easy to use pen to add sliver ions in drinking water.


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