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Molecular Hydrogen Therapy

Our devices generate Hydrogen Gas from distilled water through electrolysis using Proton Exchange Membranes (PEM). This process generates high-concentration 99.9% pure hydrogen gas that is used during the Hi-Bliss Hydrogen Therapy treatment protocol. The hydrogen gas thus generated has anti-oxidative and anti-inflammatory properties that is used to relieve pain, improve mobility and delay the effects of aging. 

Hydrogen Water Vending Machine 

Our Hydrogen water smart vending machine is an advanced solution for providing clean and convenient Hydrogen Water on demand. Consumers can either bring their own bottles or purchase disposable cups from the machine to access freshly generated Hydrogen Water. Our vending machines use our proprietary Hydrogen technology and top quality filtration systems to ensure safe and highly concentrated Hydrogen drinking water. With the touchscreen to enable selection of water volume and payment method, it is easy to use and convenient. Smart sensors keep track of water levels and quality, prompting refills and maintenance when required.

Hydrogen Water Generator

Through collaboration with our Japanese partner, we service and maintain the Hydrogen Water Generator which embodies several major technology patents. This top-of-the-range Hydrogen Water Generator is certified by the International Hydrogen Standards Association (IHSA) and the Japanese Hydrogen Promotions Association (JHYPA), confirming that the hydrogen water generated is up to the international standards of concentration and safety quality. 

Green Building Cooling Technologies

Air conditioning has become an important element in our lives as living standards and the demand for living comforts rise. Demand for air conditioning across the globe is expected to increase exponentially. As reported by the International Energy Agency, air conditioning will be the biggest contributor (37%) to the global electricity demand growth from 2018 to 2050. The conventional cooling effect is produced through the compression, condensation, expansion and evaporation of a refrigerant. Among these processes, the compression of the refrigerant consumes the most energy.

Therefore, an alternative air conditioning system that operates without the compressor and refrigerant not only can reduce the energy load of the grid, but is also able to reduce the carbon footprint of cooling systems. 

An alternative cooling source that has great potential is soil. Our soil cooling system exploits the potential of using the low temperature underground soil as the cooling source and heat sink. Our research team is currently exploring this cooling system for semi-enclosed buildings as well as outdoor cooling.

Municipal Solid Waste Management (Plasma Pyrolysis)

In tandem with population growth, urbanisation and economic expansion, consumption is growing rapidly, giving rise to the increasing amount of municipal solid waste (MSW) produced. In each human consumption cycle, much waste is produced and discarded. The primary means of climate change mitigation has been the disposal of garbage and surplus goods. The National Bureau of Statistics reports that the quantity of MSW generated in 2019 was 242 million tonnes, an increase of 6.16% over 2018. MSW often refers to common trash such food scraps, used paper, plastic, textiles, and yard garbage. Malaysia produces about 40,000 tonnes of waste daily, and nearly 82.5% of that ends up in landfills. Landfill is the most common MSW disposal method due to its relatively simple disposal procedure, and lower cost. However, over time, landfills could cause environmental issues such as toxic fumes produced by landfill fire, and landfill pollutants leached into the sea.

As an emerging MSW treatment method, the pyrolysis of MSW is a promising and scientifically valuable technology. Pyrolysis, gasification, and plasma technologies are thermal processes that use high temperatures to decompose waste. Unlike incineration, in plasma pyrolysis, high temperatures are created using a plasma torch in an oxygen-starved environment to effectively decompose MSW in an environmentally-friendly manner. By using plasma pyrolysis technology, organic compounds are broken down into gases and non-leachable solids. Plasma pyrolysis uses a significant number of electrons, ions, and excited molecules in addition to high intensity radiation to break down chemical compounds. Our research team is currently experimenting on a small scale, the MSW treatment process using plasma pyrolysis gasifier.
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