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OUR TECHNOLOGY

What is Karbonite?

A revolutionary process using new mineral feed-stocks and a biomass waste stream to create a cleaner, greener production process for the manufacture of cement. 

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karbonite product

Clean & Cost Effective

Karbonite is an environmentally friendly cementitious process that is 52% more energy efficient and 21% more cost effective than current industry standards.

 

The binder used is composed of a natural mineral feed-stock, activated at lower temperatures of 750°C- 850°C, rather than 1400°C used in traditional burning of limestone for cement furnaces.

 

In the activation process, Karbonite releases water, not environmentally damaging toxicants.

Cement thermal energy reduction
Cement cost reduction

48%

Reduction in thermal energy

65%

Less CO2 emitted from the production process

125kg

CO2 removed from the atmosphere per tonne produced

Reduced Cement Content & Carbon Footprint

Cement concrete cost reduction

Our innovative technology only requires 0.05% - 25% of cement activation in production, therefore saving 75% - 95.5% of Portland cement used per tonne.

 

The process involves CO2 sequestration, along with the use of liquid infused CO2 absorption within the molecular structures.

 

There is 65% less CO2 emitted in the process compared to Portland cement and approximately 125kg of CO2 is removed from the atmosphere per tonne produced.

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A Truly Green Solution With Minimal Change Required  

Karbonite utilises a biomass waste stream as a binder and water is a by-product in production.

Production can be introduced into existing cement plants with no change required.

 

It is a truly green solution that has the potential to revolutionise the industry. 

Material Composition

Karbonite versus Portland Cement 

karbonite versus portland materials

Temperature: 700C
Corrosiveness: 20x less than Portland

Temperature: 1450C
Corrosiveness: Highly Corrosive

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