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Resina epoxi con relleno orgánico-inorgánico basado en residuos agrícolas para reducir la fricción y aumentar la resistencia al desgaste hasta un 75%

Resumen

Tipo:
Oferta Tecnológica
Referencia:
TOCZ20181122001
Publicado:
05/12/2018
Caducidad:
06/12/2019
Resumen:
Una universidad checa ha desarrollado un relleno orgánico-inorgánico a un volumen bajo de 1,0 phr (partes por 100 partes de resina) que, al incorporarse en resina epoxi, reduce el coeficiente de fricción hasta un 10% y aumenta la resistencia al desgaste de la resina epoxi hasta un 75%. En comparación con la resina epoxi sin rellenar, la dureza de la resina epoxi rellena permanece inalterada, factor positivo en términos de parámetros mecánicos. La presencia del relleno no incrementa la absorción de agua en la matriz de la resina epoxi. La universidad busca un fabricante de materiales de nivelación, cementos y composiciones de concreto y polímero con el fin de establecer acuerdos de licencia.

Details

Tittle:
Epoxy resin filled with organic-inorganic filler, based on agricultural waste, decreases friction and increases wear resistance by 75% is offered under licence agreement
Summary:
Czech university developed natural organic- inorganic filler at a low volume of 1.0 phr (parts per 100 parts of resin) that, when integrated in epoxy resin, can decrease coefficient of friction by 10 % and increase the wear resistance of a filled epoxy resin up to 75 %. The university would like to cooperate with a manufacturer of leveling materials, cements, polymer concrete compositions based on licence agreement.
Description:
Technologies comparable with the invention, dealing with the issue of abrasion resistance, do not use waste-based fillers that can bring optimal and specific quality of polymer composites. Due to organic-inorganic composition of the used filler, an interfacial adhesion is very good.

Natural organic-inorganic filler at low volume of 1.0 phr integrated in epoxy resin that has been developed by a Czech university can decrease coefficient of friction by 10 % and increase wear resistance of a filled epoxy resin by 75 %.

When compared to unfilled epoxy resin, the hardness of the filled one remains almost unchanged, this is positive in terms of mechanical parameters. The modulus of elasticity of a filled epoxy resin is reduced and the materials´ toughness is increased. The presence of the filler does not increase the water absorption in epoxy resin matrix.

The main potential of the filled resin lies in the preparation of leveling materials, cements, polymer concrete composition, cast floors and surface finishing materials with high abrasion resistance or other products based on epoxy resin.

The university would like to cooperate with a manufacturer of leveling materials, cements and/or polymer concrete compositions. License agreement is sought. The content of the licensing agreement will be know-how how to manufacture the filled resin.
Advantages and Innovations:
- Organic- inorganic filler based on agricultural by-product
- Environmental character of the filler
- Low price of the filler
- Use of organic-inorganic natural, waste-based fillers with specific
chemical compositions
Stage of Development:
Field tested/evaluated
IPs:
Exclusive rights
CommeR Statunts Regarding IPR Status:
A utility model valid in the Czech Republic.

Partner sought

Type and Role of Partner Sought:
The university would like to cooperate with a manufacturer of leveling materials, cements, polymer concrete compositions based on license agreement.

Client

Type and Size of Client:
University
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
Si
Languages Spoken:
Czech
English
Polish
Slovak

Keywords

Technology Keywords:
02007001 Adhesives
02007020 Biobased materials
02007002 Building materials
02007005 Composite materials
02006001 Materials, components and systems for construction