1)EcolGreen Bio-Polymer(PLA) – Plant-derived biodegradable polymer

100% Plant-based Natural Material
- PLA ( Poly lactic Acid ) Composite material in which 12 kinds of eco-friendly raw materials are mixed with corn starch
No harmful to Nature & Human
- No synthetic resin (PC, ABS, etc.), 100% biodegradable in nature

- No harmful substances such as biphenyl and dioxin
Replaces Chemical Material
- A groundbreaking eco-friendly resin with universal material properties

- Dramatically expand the scope of application by overcoming the limitations of existing PLA (High heat resistance)
Core Products
- Acquired domestic environmental mark and international certification for biodegradable resin

Semi-Conductive CNT Catalyst Electrode

Overview of Catalyst Electrode

▪ Increasing need for Using water electrolysis in various industrial application
▪ Catalyst, a Key element of electrode, made with precious metals (platinum, ruthenium oxide, rubidium oxide) limit the industry growth
▪ Studies are going on for the catalyst electrode process technology and design with the nano polymerization, non-metallic/no-metal materials
▪ Problem of electrolysis by Metal catalyst electrode: Instability (solvation of metal materials, catalytic activity, redox activity ↓), low durability, reduction of electrode life

Semi-Conductive CNT Catalyst Electrode

What is CNT?

▪ "CNT” consists of molecules of 1 nanometer diameter (1 billionth meter), made of carbon atoms linked in hexagonal rings forming a long tubular shape
▪ It is a future-oriented new material with lightweight, flexibility, and absorbency
▪ Tube diameter determines metal and semiconductor properties.

Overview of Catalyst Electrode

• When compounding with existing polymer materials, the specific surface area of carbon nanotubes (hereinafter CNT) is large and the apparent density is 0.02~0.05 g/cc, so it is difficult to increase the CNT content above a certain amount
• If the content of CNT is increased, the durability is weakened (easy to break) and the dispersibility is lowered.

Non-metallic Carbon Nanotube (CNT) Polymer Composite Material(Patent Pending)

When compounded with existing polymer components, the large specific surface area of CNT and apparent density of 0.02 - 0.05g/cc make it difficult to increase CNT content beyond a certain amount. Increasing CNT content weakens durability and makes products more fragile and reduces dispersion.
⇛ EcolGreenTec Co., Ltd. has developed and applied for patents on electrically conductive CNT composite materials with high CNT content, excellent dispersion, low basal resistance (surface resistance: 1/- or less), and superior durability.