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En Gibton

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About En Gibton

EN GIBTON Ltd is a company that produces "ClayMix", a solution for the removal of dissolved anionic and neutral contaminants from contaminated ground water, surface water, and wastewater sources. nn"ClayMix" is a and patented technology in development since 2002 that aims to utilize a filtration-adsorption process. Lab tests of "ClayMix", both by column filtration and adsorption by suspension, on standard water contaminants by achieved 96% to 99% removal of the contaminant content. This result is nearly 60% better than what can be achieved today with granulated activated carbon (GAC) on organic contaminants. nnFurthermore, tests indicated that "ClayMix" will offer similar advantages on inorganic contaminants when compared to ion exchange technologies. In short, "ClayMix" removes contaminants from water in a cheaper, more efficient, and more environmentally sound manner than standard technologies. nnSince its establishment in 2005, En Gibton has been supported by the Ashkelon Technological Industries (ATI) Incubator, which has provided En Gibton is also supported by WaTech, a division of Mekorot, Israel's national water utility. Through WaTech, En Gibton is able to use Mekorot's facilities as beta-sites for testing the "ClayMix" technology. In order to have developed this relationship with WaTech, En Gibton underwent a rigorous and competitive vetting process by Mekorot.

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En Gibton has filed 1 patent.

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Oxidizing agents, Chromates, Alkene derivatives, Colloidal chemistry, Oxoanions


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Oxidizing agents, Chromates, Alkene derivatives, Colloidal chemistry, Oxoanions



En Gibton Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was En Gibton founded?

    En Gibton was founded in 2005.

  • What is En Gibton's latest funding round?

    En Gibton's latest funding round is Other Investors.

  • Who are the investors of En Gibton?

    Investors of En Gibton include BHCO Group and Ashkelon Technological Industries.

  • Who are En Gibton's competitors?

    Competitors of En Gibton include ACENT Laboratories and 4 more.

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