Know-how from Kyzylorda developers
Know-how by domestic scientists. Kyzylorda developers offer new technologies for recycling vegetable waste as well as methods of using solar energy in the production of reinforced concrete products. The annual harvest of rice in the Aral Sea is about 400,000 tons. Approximately 10% of this volume falls to waste. Only yesterday, industrial dust was simply thrown. Today, rice husk is one of the main components of lightweight concrete and papercrete.
SAKEN UDERBAYEV, DOCTOR OF TECHNICAL SCIENCES:
- We use only local raw materials. This ash is from Combined Heat and Power Plant, several types of chemical additives, liquid glass and calcium chloride. Production cost is half as much. Hence, papercrete is cheap. In addition, this method is environmentally friendly.
Nabi Dauzhanov’s project allows minimizing the cost of production of reinforced concrete structures by using solar technology. The scientist proposes the process of heat treatment of products which is conducted at the expense of solar power.
NABI DAUZHANOV, PHD CANDIDATE IN TECHNICAL SCIENCES:
- Frames are installed on the four sides of the Helio covers that are covered with a two-layer polyethylene slick. The method allows using solar energy in heat treatment of concrete products. The effectiveness of this technology is very high. It allows switching from the energy-intensive process to low-cost and environmentally friendly one.
Scientists of Korkyt Ata University in Kyzylorda found application to oil sludge. They developed a method of converting toxic waste into highly efficient energy resources. They say, know-how can be used in the production of building materials like claydite.
ROZA NARMANOVA, PHD CANDIDATE IN TECHNICAL SCIENCES:
- This technology was tested in the shops of the Uralsk claydite plant. Development provides production through affordable raw material resource as well as reduces labor and energy costs. As a result of testing, we received a certificate of compliance which confirms the exceptional physical and mechanical properties of the product.
In recent years, the university scientists have developed dozens of unique projects. Most innovations are ready to be introduced into production and already increase interest of the country's industrial giants.