ParticleTrap™ mining scene animation

In this video we demonstrate how ParticleTrap™ can be utilised in the mining industry. In a cluster setup large units sorts coarse material while the smaller units separates the really difficult particles and sorts them by fraction.

The cluster setup can be used in any industry that require highly efficient particle separation. 

ParticleTrap™ replaces traditional technologies or can be combined in present systems when needed.

Successful 'Proof of Concept' concluded in medical research study

 Photo: Anna Asplund

Photo: Anna Asplund

A collaboration between innovator Conny Norman and the faculty of Örebro University has concluded a successful 'Proof of Concept' for medical application of ParticleTrap™ technology.

Doctoral student Randy Boya together with associate professor and senior lecturer Mikael Ivarsson is working on the medical research study involving a 3D-printed ParticleTrap™. The unit is specifically designed to separate various body fluids in laboratory environment. During the spring of 2018 the team performed tests leading up to the conclusion of 'Proof of Concept' for this type of application.

They will now expand the efforts by applying for more funding, ordering more units and expanding the team working on this research in hopes of cures and treatments never before achieved.

Press release (in Swedish)

The 2017 Sino-Swedish Seminar in Qingdao and Baotou, China

 During the first week of November Conny Norman Company attended the Sino-Swedish seminars in Qingdao and Baotou, China.  We were warmly welcomed by region representatives and presented our technology for interest groups of around 150 people in each city.   The response has been tremendous and we are initiating partnership communications with industries ranging from mineral separation to water treatment plants. The follow-up work has just begun.  We would like to thank IVL Swedish Environmental Institute and IVL China for a well facilitated event!

During the first week of November Conny Norman Company attended the Sino-Swedish seminars in Qingdao and Baotou, China.

We were warmly welcomed by region representatives and presented our technology for interest groups of around 150 people in each city. 

The response has been tremendous and we are initiating partnership communications with industries ranging from mineral separation to water treatment plants. The follow-up work has just begun.

We would like to thank IVL Swedish Environmental Institute and IVL China for a well facilitated event!

Cleantech Day 2016

On the 24th of November we attended Cleantech Day 2016 in Malmö, Sweden. We are grateful for being members of Sustainable Business Hub and International Cleantech Network, the organisations, people involved and the various events has opened up new possibilities for us. 

Some really interesting discussions, presentations and mingle took place at Cleantech Day and we made some important connections at South Sweden Cleantech Awards! We congratulate the winners of South Sweden Cleantech Award 2016: Energy Opticon - https://en.energyopticon.com

Swedish Environmental Institute (IVL) 50 year celebration

On Monday 24th of October, 2016 we attended a 50 year celebration at the Swedish Environmental Institute, they dubbed it China Day since the collaboration with China stretch back 30 years this year. 

At the meeting we got a chance to meet and converse with people on a similar mission to improve on the environmental problems we face globally. We learned how challenging the situation has become in China, while Sweden with its small population have improved over the last decades. We have a lot to learn from each other in the present and future challenges and we hope that our technology can be of help lessening industrial impact. We look forward to getting closer ties to the Chinese People, Institutions and Companies.

Questions and Answers added to the webpage

We realised quickly that we needed to put up Questions and Answers on the webpage to limit the workload of answering similar questions. Some of the questions we have received are really on point so we'll be adding these and more over time as they arise. You find the answers under the invention page.

English: http://www.particletrapglobal.com/particletrap/
Swedish: http://www.particletrapglobal.com/particletrap1/

The response to the new webpage has been uplifting and we have gotten a few requests from Australia, India, United Kingdom and the United States! 

Below you can see a ParticleTrap™ currently operating in a Mining Operation in Sweden.

 

 

This is a 6 meter tall ParticleTrap built for an air flow with the purpose of enriching minerals. The Gangue material flows through and is discarded while minerals of interest are separated, sorted and enriched.