Roberto Hroval, founder PatentReal Corporation, Introduces Product Reincarnation Technology™, the Latest Waste to Energy Solution

Product Reincarnation Technology™ is a technical, energy saving process that converts used, worn, and discarded products into new and useful ones. Its characteristics are no emissions into the environment, more than 85 per cent exploitation of energy balance, and more than 98 per cent economic use.
Roberto Hroval, founder of PatentReal Corporation, Honk Kong introduces Product Reincarnation Technology™ (PRT), a ground-breaking waste to energy solution.

Roberto Hroval, the founder of the Hong Kong-based enterprise known for their innovative products in the field of waste management, has announced the launch of their latest achievement in the waste to energy niche. Product Reincarnation Technology™ - PRT in short - is an advanced and green process that transforms used, worn, or discarded products into fuel, electricity or even into brand new products. According to the company, the process offers high energy efficiency of more than 85 per cent and with no emissions whatsoever.

“We are delighted to announce the availability of the ground-breaking Product Reincarnation Technology™, a green technology that supports the circular economy and is also capable of transforming used products into new ones,” says Roberto Hroval. “We are very pleased that experts and investors have already noticed the huge advantages and opportunity that this technology brings. It offers a huge potential for achieving a markedly improved life cycle and also reduces CO2 emissions significantly.”

PRT is a technical, energy saving process that converts used, worn, and discarded products into new and useful ones. The technology works best on hydrocarbon products such as scrap tires, plastics, oils, textiles, and others.

The worn-out products are thermally decomposed at low temperatures. In this process, heat emanates in the form of increased temperature. This results in the output of products in liquid and gaseous forms. They can be partially used as energy products or for further management of the entire process. The production process consists of two steps:

In the first step, molecular degradation such as thermolysis or a similar process is applied to decompose organic products into basic usable raw materials. The second step involves creating a molecular composition in which a new product, similar to the original one, is created from basic usable raw materials obtained from the first step. Both these steps together represent the Product Reincarnation Process.

PRT aims to reduce the growing impact of waste on the global ecosystem, like land, oceans, seas, rivers, air, CO2 emissions, soil, forests, plants, animals and humans, and to reduce the exhaustion of natural resources of the Earth.

According to Roberto Hroval, PRT requirements cannot be easily achieved by many organizations because the process has a lower or negative impact of CO2. Also, there are stringent process requirements that must be complied with such as:

  • No emissions into the environment (Closed-loop system without a chimney and 0 per cent environmentally harmful by-products).
  • More than 85 per cent exploitation of energy balance.
  • More than 98 per cent economic use.

Also, the operation must not involve sound levels of above 60 dB and must have a positive and pleasant visual impact on the surroundings. The verification of output data must be done by a licensed agency.

Product Reincarnation Technology™ has been acclaimed by many prominent experts.

Prof. Zvonimir Steiner, one of the leading scientists from J.J. Strossmayer University says that the system enables the reactor for high efficiency use of 94% and there are no emissions. “Its self-efficient power supply is a huge advantage as the gas produced from the recycling process is completely returned into the production process. No external energy sources are needed and it has a self-sufficient reactor cooling system with water obtained from its own recycling - production process.”

An analysis of one of the output elements produced from PRT was also presented by the world accredited certification body, Bureau Veritas from Switzerland.

“The process of thermal treatment of end-of-life products without the presence of oxygen represents an extremely complex technological solution, which is a technological support mechanism for the Product Reincarnation Process,” Hroval explained. “The output characteristics represent only high-quality, economically usable and energy-rich raw materials such as fine black carbon, diesel fuel, calcium, and sodium salts.”

The closed-loop system ensures that the environment is not contaminated with flue gas discharges. The process is a unique, absolutely clean, and environmentally friendly.

The company is engaged in ongoing discussions with foreign investors for implementing this technology in their environments.

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About PatentReal Corporation

PatentReal Corporation, a Hong Kong-based organization with branch offices in China and Europe, is a solution based provider, offering a wide range of projects that cover everything from technology and green energy development, to tissue regeneration and rejuvenation to financial and monetization, as well as non-profit projects.

The company is best known for top-quality results for delivering solutions to complex environment-related and green energy issues. It invests the resources, knowledge, and energy into the creation and development of technologies for the evolutionary and practical progress of humanity.

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