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At Erdwelle Technologies, we are a dynamic team of scientists and multinational professionals committed to making the world a better and more sustainable place. Our focus on innovation drives us to create and develop groundbreaking solutions, ranging from biomass reactors to complex medical devices.

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Our company is comprised of internationally recognized experts in their respective fields, who work tirelessly to advance the technologies we use. We take pride in our ability to develop, produce, and assemble the majority of our technologies and devices in-house, ensuring that every product we offer meets our rigorous quality standards.

As part of our commitment to quality, we make sure that all of our products are properly certified by CE and ISO before introducing them to clients. Additionally, we are constantly working to patent new inventions, integrate cutting-edge technology into our business, and improve, certify, and license these solutions under our brand.


At Erdwelle Technologies, we believe that our passion for innovation and dedication to sustainability set us apart. We are proud to be leading the charge in developing cutting-edge technologies that will make a meaningful difference in the world.

Products & Patented Innovations by Erdwelle Technologies
  • Active Oxygen Generator - Oxygen Flux - Plasma Module (COVID-19 Destroyer)
  • Project Based Costumed Designed Electronic Devices
  • International Gold Award Winner for Best Innovation on Alkaline Water Technology 
  • Industrial Medical Waste Management Machines
  • Industrial Dryers for Food & Pharmaceutical Industries
  • Water Disinfecting System for Food & Pharmaceutical Industries
  • High Capacity and efficiency Odor, VOC & Air Emissions Eliminator
  • Research and Development projects related to sustainability
  • Erdwelle Composites
  • Erdwelle Green Energy
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Some of Our Innovations For Our Global Solutions For A Sustainable World




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In recent years, microorganisms in the form of bioaerosols have become increasingly prominent due to their impact on health, ecosystems, and economics. Globally, there have been outbreaks of viral and infectious diseases caused by pathogenic organisms such as Influenza and COVID-19. The presence of bioaerosols may also cause infectious diseases, allergic reactions, acute toxic effects, respiratory problems, neurological disorders, and cancer.

The European Union has established limit values for bioaerosols in residential areas. The limits are 5x10^3 CFU/m3 for bacteria, and 5x10^3 CFU/m3 for fungi. In the United States, the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) recommends no more than 1000 CFU/m3. The American Council of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH) recommends a maximum bacteria count of 500 CFU/m3.

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The discovery of a new polymer with properties such as being 1.5 times harder than carbon fiber, lightweight, excellent thermal insulation, non-flammable, and waterproof could have significant implications for various technologies, including construction and other fields.

If a new polymer were to possess properties such as being invisible to X-ray machines and radar-defiant, it could have significant implications for military technologies. Here are some potential impacts:

  1. Stealth technology: The ability of the polymer to be invisible to X-ray machines and radar-defiant could be highly advantageous for stealth technology. Stealth aircraft and military vehicles are designed to avoid detection by radar and other sensing technologies. If this new polymer could be incorporated into stealth materials or coatings, it could potentially enhance the stealth capabilities of military vehicles, aircraft, and other assets, making them less detectable to radar and other detection methods.

  2. Covert operations: The polymer's ability to evade X-ray detection could also be valuable for covert military operations. It could potentially be used to conceal objects or materials during transportation or deployment, making them difficult to detect during security screenings or inspections.

  3. Surveillance and intelligence gathering: The radar-defiant nature of the polymer could also have implications for surveillance and intelligence gathering. It could potentially be used to develop camouflage materials that can evade radar detection, making it harder for adversaries to detect military assets or personnel using radar-based surveillance techniques.

  4. Communication and electronic warfare: The new polymer could also impact communication and electronic warfare technologies. If it can shield or absorb electromagnetic radiation, it could potentially be used in the development of jamming or countermeasure technologies to disrupt or interfere with enemy communication systems or electronic warfare efforts.

  5. Protection and defense: The polymer's ability to evade X-ray detection could also have implications for protecting sensitive military assets or personnel. It could potentially be used to develop concealed compartments or coatings to protect valuable equipment or personnel from detection, such as in covert operations or high-security environments.

It's important to note that the practical realization and application of such a polymer in military technologies would likely require extensive research, development, and testing to understand its full capabilities and limitations, as well as considerations for ethical and legal implications related to military use.

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