TRIBOCHEM offers the novel, innovative DMCR technology for the destruction of toxic polyhalogenated compounds. DMCR stands for dehalogenation by mechanochemical reaction.

The DMCR technology is an innovative alternative to incineration, biological or other chemical approaches. It may be used for the highly effective destruction of a variety of polyhalogenated pollutants like PCBs, dioxins, pesticides (e.g. lindane, dieldrin, DDT), wood preservatives (e.g. PCP), CFCs, halogenated solvents (e.g. trichloroethylene "TCE", perchloroethylene "PCE") or chemical weapons at room temperature and in a short time without harming the environment.
Regarding particular fields of application and specific regions of the world, we are still looking for co-operation partners and/or joint ventures for developments of components, products and services and/or licensees.

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