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News Article | May 5, 2017
Site: en.prnasia.com

HONG KONG, May 5, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- TUV Rheinland Hong Kong has been awarded the "Happy Company" logo by the Happy Workplace Campaign for the fifth year in a row. Launched in December 2012, the campaign is the joint venture of the Promoting Happiness Index Foundation (PHIF) and the Hong Kong Productivity Council. So far this year, 339 companies and 19 organisations have taken part in the scheme. Among them, 76 companies and 10 organisations have been presented with the new "Happy Company 5+" or "Happy Organisation 5+" awards to commend their participation for five consecutive years. TUV Rheinland Hong Kong is the only testing and certification company to have supported the campaign for happy workplaces since the idea was introduced. Applicants for the "Happy Company" and "Happy Organisation" labels are required to implement measures or activities in at least two out of four areas that enhance "Happiness At Work" in a year. These include "Corporate Love", "Corporate Insight", "Corporate Fortitude" and "Corporate Engagement". TUV Rheinland Hong Kong has consistently outperformed in all four areas. TUV Rheinland Hong Kong pays special attention to fostering positive employee relations and sets aside funding for activities and outings to encourage socialising between employees across departments. Liking and enjoying the company of your co-workers are hallmarks of a positive, happy working life. The networks created at work can provide support and resources, and encourage sharing, and caring.


News Article | April 17, 2017
Site: www.acnnewswire.com

The HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition), the largest spring electronics event in Asia, and the concurrent HKTDC International ICT Expo opened today. The four-day fairs (13-16 April), are both being organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. More than 3,500 exhibitors from 23 countries and regions are showcasing an assortment of cutting-edge technologies and smart products at the fairs, including innovative solutions and products presented by start-ups. - Startup zone showcases creativity of 100+ companies - A growing force in the business arena in recent years, start-ups number more than 1,900 in the city, according to an Invest Hong Kong report last year. Many young entrepreneurs are introducing new ideas and distinctive products resulting from their creativity and technological expertise. In view of this trend, the HKTDC introduced the Startup zone at the Electronics Fair and ICT Expo this year to feature the innovative technologies, products and services of more than 100 start-ups from Hong Kong, the Chinese mainland, India, Japan, the United States and Taiwan. The zone features a panoply of innovations from start-ups including an all-in-one real estate digital platform incorporating Virtual Reality (VR) technology (Booth: 3CON-240), an Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered data analysis platform for monitoring pet health (Booth: 3CON-240), an audio streaming box that digitises audio and transmits it to a smart device (Booth: 3CON-169) and a smart cloud-based temperature and humidity monitor for cold chain logistics such as cargo containers carrying food and beverages (Booth: 3CON-216). A series of start-up themed events are being held at the fairs. These include sharing sessions featuring representatives from Alibaba Entrepreneurs Fund, the crowdfunding platform FringeBacker, successful entrepreneurs, angel investors and start-up online media. There are also Pitching and "Startup, Smart Launch" sessions for start-ups to pitch their solutions and project ideas to potential investors, buyers and media. At mentoring sessions, mentors will help start-ups connect with potential partners at the fairs. Two events to be held on the last day of the fairs (16 April) - the "Together Stronger: Creating Impact via Regional Collaboration" sharing session and the APEC Startup Ecosystem Roundtable - will explore ways that start-ups from around the world can collaborate for greater innovation and impact. - 170+ buying missions to generate business opportunities for exhibitors - To help exhibitors capture more business opportunities, the HKTDC has organised over 170 buying missions comprising more than 12,900 buyers from over 9,400 companies to visit the fairs. Participants include major global importers, distributors, retailers and IT consultants, such as Amazon from the United States, Brazil's JTI, Argentina's Mas Singergia SA, France's Groupe SEB, the United Kingdom's Ukbigbuy, the Czech Republic's Enreco Trade, Russia's Bars Group, Australia's Catch of the Day, the Chinese mainland's Wangfujing Department Store, Thailand's 24 Shopping, Korea's Hyundai and Japan's Mindfree. To meet buyers' growing need to source in small orders, the Spring Electronics Fair once again features the hktdc.com Small Orders zone, where some 300 showcases offering close to 3,000 products are available in minimum order quantities of between five and 1,000 pieces. In view of the popularity of e-commerce, the hktdc.com Small Orders online transaction platform (http://smallorders.hktdc.com) is also available for global buyers to source products and complete transactions online. The online platform currently features over 120,000 products from more than 11,000 suppliers, and has generated more than 2.1 million business connections to date. - Inaugural Tech Hall, Virtual Reality zone at Spring Electronics Fair - The Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) is the largest spring electronics fair in Asia. In its 14th edition, this year's fair features more than 2,900 exhibitors from 20 countries and regions, including first-time exhibitors from Singapore and Spain. Major electronics production centres such as the Chinese mainland, Korea and Taiwan have also set up group pavilions to showcase a broad selection of innovative electronic products and services. New to this year's fair is a Tech Hall with four themed zones: the new Virtual Reality zone and the returning Connected Home, Robotics & Unmanned Tech and Wearable Electronics zones. The Virtual Reality zone features a range of VR headsets, video cameras and related technology. The Connected Home zone features an infrared transceiver, which connects all infrared-controlled household appliances in a home, such as air-conditioners and audio systems to a single smart home system. Another popular zone is Wearable Electronics, where highlighted products include a personal safety alarm pendant that sends emergency text and email messages with the user's location data to prearranged contacts. At the Robotics & Unmanned Tech zone are various aerial cameras and robots, including a DIY Building Blocks Drone that allows users to design and build their own drones. Wi-Fi FPV (First Person View) cameras and air pressure sensors can be added to the drone to improve its altitude stability during flight and capture higher quality video. During the first three days of the fair (13-15 April), the HKTDC is organising a series of seminars under the "2017 Tech Trends Symposium". Industry experts and academics from universities will examine the latest technology and application trends in such areas as wearable tech, VR, Augmented Reality (AR), Mixed Reality (MR), smart home and robotics. Speakers comprise experts from Hong Kong, the mainland, France, Germany, Taiwan, Singapore and the US, including representatives from Fitbit, Foxconn, Intel, Unity Technologies, university professors and successful start-ups. - Hall of Fame gathers global renowned brands - Another highlight of the Spring Electronics Fair is the Hall of Fame, which features more than 570 internationally renowned quality brands, including Intel and Motorola from the US, Bigben from France, Leplus from Japan, Desay from the mainland and local brand Holga. In terms of market development, the overall HKTDC Export Index rebounded strongly from 33.7 in the fourth quarter of 2016 to 47.1 in the first quarter of 2017. The electronics industry index recorded an even higher reading, jumping from 34.2 to 48.2 during the same period, an indication of exporters' steadily improving confidence. The electronics industry is Hong Kong's largest merchandise export earner, accounting for 65 per cent of Hong Kong's total exports in 2016 with a value of HK$2.35 trillion, up 2.5 per cent year on year. - International ICT Expo showcases diverse solutions - The International ICT Expo is one of the signature events of the "International IT Fest 2017". This year's expo has attracted approximately 600 exhibitors from 10 countries and regions, including first-time exhibitors from Bulgaria, the Czech Republic and Japan. Launched last November, the Innovation and Technology Commission's Technology Voucher Programme provides funding of up to HK$200,000 to subsidise local SMEs that use technological services and solutions to improve productivity and stay competitive. The ICT Expo helps SMEs and other larger-scale enterprises by gathering the latest relevant services and ICT solutions under one roof, including Internet security systems, e-commerce platforms, third-party payment, logistics management and O2O business solutions. This year's expo continues to feature the SME IT Clinic, where experts from Alibaba, Google Premier Partner and hktdc.com offer complimentary professional consultation services on-site to help SMEs select suitable ICT systems and solutions to enhance business efficiency. Winners of the Hong Kong ICT Awards 2017, organised by the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer, will also be at the fairground to showcase and demonstrate their outstanding products and solutions. - ICT Expo opens to tertiary students on last day to offer career information - A series of seminars and forums are staged at the ICT Expo with daily themes: "e-Commerce & FinTech" (13 April), "Startups" (14 April), "Disruptive Technology" (15 April) and "Career Development" (16 April). Leading industry experts from Accenture, Cyberport, Google, the Innovation and Technology Commission and the Retail Technology Adoption Assistance Scheme for Manpower Demand Management (ReTAAS) Secretariat will discuss such hot topics as Fintech, cybersecurity, e-commerce, Technology Voucher Programme, the ReTAAS, big data, the Internet of Things and sharing economy. For the first time, the expo will open to tertiary students free of charge on the last day (16 April), with representatives from the Hong Kong Computer Society, the Hong Kong Productivity Council and the MTR Corp Ltd giving talks on prospects for the ICT industry and career opportunities. Some exhibitors will introduce entry requirements for their various positions, while cpjobs.com, JobsDB and Recruit will provide career-counselling services for students interested in the ICT industry. In 2016, total exports of IT equipment (computer & parts) reached HK$365.1 billion. Many markets recorded satisfactory performance, including the US, Japan, the Netherlands and the Philippines. Details of the two fairs: Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) / International ICT Expo - Date: 13-16 April 2017 (Thursday to Sunday) - Time: 13-15 April 9:30am to 6:30pm 16 April 9:30am to 5:00pm (ICT Expo open to tertiary students) - Venue: Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre 1 Expo Drive, Wan Chai, Hong Kong - Website: http://hkelectronicsfairse.hktdc.com/ , www.hktdc.com/ictexpo/ - Media Registration: Press registration counter: Hall 1E Concourse, Harbour Road Entrance, HKCEC Media & Webcast Centre: Expo Drive Entrance, HKCEC Photo download: http://bit.ly/2p9icf4 Highlight Products and Solutions: - Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition): http://bit.ly/2nGrrn3 - International ICT Expo: http://bit.ly/2ou7xuk - Startup zone exhibitors: http://bit.ly/2oZypUq To view press releases in Chinese, please visit http://mediaroom.hktdc.com/tc About HKTDC Established in 1966, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) is a statutory body dedicated to creating opportunities for Hong Kong's businesses. With more than 40 offices globally, including 13 on the Chinese mainland, the HKTDC promotes Hong Kong as a platform for doing business with China, Asia and the world. With 50 years of experience, the HKTDC organises international exhibitions, conferences and business missions to provide companies, particularly SMEs, with business opportunities on the mainland and in international markets, while providing information via trade publications, research reports and digital channels including the media room. For more information, please visit: www.hktdc.com/aboutus. Follow us on Google+, Twitter @hktdc, LinkedIn. Google+: https://plus.google.com/+hktdc Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/hktdc LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/hong-kong-trade-development-council Contact:


Ching T.W.,University of Macau | Wong Y.S.,Hong Kong Productivity Council
2013 5th International Conference on Power Electronics Systems and Applications, PESA 2013 | Year: 2013

This paper aims to review current wireless power transfer (WPT) technologies on electric vehicle charging. Basic principles of the technologies, including capacitive, electromagnetic field and magnetic gear, are elaborated. Advantages and limitations of each technology for EV charging are discussed. The latest development, key technical issues, challenges and state-of-art researches are introduced. © 2013 IEEE.


News Article | October 30, 2016
Site: www.acnnewswire.com

Going Green: More Charging Stations Needed to Promote EVs In the space of just six years, the number of electric vehicles (EVs) in Hong Kong has increased significantly, largely on the back of government support, new technology and greater awareness of environmental protection as well as effective corporate marketing. How does the EV industry embrace the business opportunities as well as challenges? The Eco Expo Asia, which was held at the AsiaWorld-Expo in Hong Kong from 26 to 29 October, hosted three sessions of the Green Transportation Forum on Friday (28 October). The forum invited three industry experts to speak on the topics of EV market, chargers and charging facilities, offering an overview of the industry's development. Fast growing EV market in Hong Kong Speaking at the session on "The Smart EV Charging Solutions for the Smart City", Dr Lawrence Poon, Principal Consultant, Automotive & Electronics Division, Automotive Parts and Accessory Systems R&D Centre of the Hong Kong Productivity Council, quoted statistics showing the rapid increase of EVs in Hong Kong, from just 242 in 2011, to 552 in 2013 and a huge jump to 4,198 in 2014 and 6,167 as of August 2016. He remarked, "Elon Musk, founder and Chief Executive Officer of American EV maker Tesla Motors, has named Hong Kong as one of the fast-growing EV markets worldwide, as well as the best market for promoting the brand." While the EV market is expanding, Dr Poon believed the increase in the number of EV charging stations must also get up to speed in Hong Kong. He also quoted statistics stating that there were only 180 charging stations in Hong Kong in 2010, though the figure rose to 1,300 as of June 2016. Ninety per cent of the charging stations are medium-speed (two-hour charging time for 0 to 100%), in addition to about 70 high-speed charging stations (30 minutes). He stressed that EV charging stations in Hong Kong are heading towards the third phase. "The first phase was prior to 2012, when charging speed was slow (e.g., 40 hours to fully charge Tesla Model S); the second-phase, wall-mounted and medium-speed charging stations use comparatively thin chargers that are reasonably priced." As for third-phase high-speed charging stations, they are relatively large in size, about one-third the size of a regular car parking space. Lightweight and high-speed charging solutions Dr Poon predicted that the ratio of EVs will increase to between 40 per cent and 50 per cent of the total number of vehicles in Hong Kong in the next 10 years. While the increase will create significant demand for high-speed charging stations, it will also present certain challenges. "Many buildings in Hong Kong were built more than 10 years ago, and they have no allocated space for installing an EV charging system," he noted. Apart from promoting system upgrade, the Hong Kong Productivity Council has also successfully developed a high-speed charger of only 150mm in thickness. He also noted that local energy company, CLP Holdings Ltd, also offers free charging services in the Kowloon area of Hong Kong. "The services are likely to become paid services in the future. Therefore, CLP is already installing the electronic payment system at the charging stations, and even looking into the development of mobile EV charging stations." Four selling points of smart ceiling EV charger At the "Smart Ceiling EV Charger" session, Group President and Founder of Hong Kong EV Power Ltd, Laurence Chan, noted that there are about 1,000 wall-mounted charging stations in Hong Kong at present. However, they also present a number of problems. "Firstly, it is not safe to install distribution boards and conduits in car parks. Secondly, there is the risk of floor-mounted cables being run over by vehicles, which poses a potential hazard. Thirdly, it is too costly to run the cables below the floor." In addition, installation will be impossible if there are no walls or pillars in the car park, he added. In view of this, his company spent two years developing the smart ceiling charger. Mr Chan explained that the charger is easy to install and its operation is controlled by mobile app. "When the unique password has been inputted into the mobile phone, the device is connected to the charger via Bluetooth. The charger is then lowered from the ceiling, and retracted to its original position when charging is completed." He pinpointed that the installation cost of the ceiling charger is lower than that of wall-mounted models, and there are no restrictions on installation. In addition, there is no risk of ceiling-mounted cables being run over by vehicles, which also means longer lifespan of cables. Government encouraged to offer rates concession At the "Charging Facilities in Hong Kong" session of the forum, Dick Seto, Deputy General Manager, Sino Parking Services Ltd, remarked that in view of the rapid growth of EVs in Hong Kong, local car parks need to expand their charging facilities. However, this also poses a number of issues. "One issue is whether a car park has sufficient electricity distribution for additional charging stations. Even if there is sufficient electricity distribution, the question remains whether the monthly tenants and the car park will come to a consensus over electricity distribution. In addition, while it is ideal for the charging stations to be located near the electric switch room, parking space owners may not be willing to swap their spaces." Mr Seto mentioned that at present, property developers generally reserve parking spaces for installing EV charging stations in their new developments. He also believed that the government may offer rates concession to encourage car park owners to provide charging facilities in their properties. The debut Green Transportation Forum is a highlight event of Eco Expo Asia, which is jointly organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) and Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd. The expo concluded yesterday at AsiaWorld-Expo. Eco Expo Asia website: http://www.hktdc.com/fair/ecoexpoasia-en/ HKTDC Photo Download Link: http://bit.ly/2eI0Cti Press releases in Chinese at http://mediaroom.hktdc.com/ About HKTDC Established in 1966, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) is a statutory body dedicated to creating opportunities for Hong Kong's businesses. With more than 40 offices globally, including 13 on the Chinese mainland, the HKTDC promotes Hong Kong as a platform for doing business with China, Asia and the world. With 50 years of experience, the HKTDC organises international exhibitions, conferences and business missions to provide companies, particularly SMEs, with business opportunities on the mainland and in international markets, while providing information via trade publications, research reports and digital channels including the media room. For more information, please visit: www.hktdc.com/aboutus. Follow us on Google+, Twitter @hktdc, LinkedIn. Google+: https://plus.google.com/+hktdc Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/hktdc LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/hong-kong-trade-development-council Contact:


Fang Y.,City University of Hong Kong | Iu C.Y.Y.,Hong Kong Baptist University | Lui C.N.P.,Hong Kong Baptist University | Zou Y.,Hong Kong Baptist University | And 5 more authors.
Scientific Reports | Year: 2014

Glutamate-mediated neurodegeneration resulting from excessive activation of glutamate receptors is recognized as one of the major causes of various neurological disorders such as Alzheimer's and Huntington's diseases. However, the underlying mechanisms in the neurodegenerative process remain unidentified. Here, we investigate the real-time dynamic structural and mechanical changes associated with the neurodegeneration induced by the activation of N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptors (a subtype of glutamate receptors) at the nanoscale. Atomic force microscopy (AFM) is employed to measure the three-dimensional (3-D) topography and mechanical properties of live SH-SY5Y cells under stimulus of NMDA receptors. A significant increase in surface roughness and stiffness of the cell is observed after NMDA treatment, which indicates the time-dependent neuronal cell behavior under NMDA-mediated neurodegeneration. The present AFM based study further advance our understanding of the neurodegenerative process to elucidate the pathways and mechanisms that govern NMDA induced neurodegeneration, so as to facilitate the development of novel therapeutic strategies for neurodegenerative diseases.


News Article | February 16, 2017
Site: www.prweb.com

The Hong Kong Council of Social Service (HKCSS) and Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) are the project’s strategic partners. The overall average score of the 33 small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the 4th HKSMEBSI is 66.02 (out of 100 points), an increase of 3.2% compared with that of 3rd HKSMEBSI announced in 2014, and up 13.2% compared with the 1st HKSMEBSI launched in 2012. Representatives of the 33 indexed SMEs were also presented Certificates of Recognition at the Announcement and Recognition Ceremony staged today. Officiating at the ceremony were Dr Christine Loh Kung-wai, JP, Under Secretary of Environment Bureau of HKSAR Government, Dr Miranda Lou, Vice President (Administration and Business) of PolyU, Professor Edwin Cheng, Dean of Faculty of Business of PolyU, Mr Cliff Choi, Business Director (Public Engagement & Partnership) of HKCSS, Mr Clement Li, General Manager (Management Consulting) of HKPC, and Dr Edward Lam, President of the Hong Kong Small and Medium Enterprises Development Federation. Addressing the ceremony, Dr Miranda Lou said, “PolyU is celebrating its 80th anniversary this year, and over the years, we have been committed to promoting sustainable development, which includes providing support in the areas of research, teaching and assisting the industrial and commercial sectors. One of the key missions of our Faculty of Business is to nurture corporate management talents with a sense of social responsibility.” Professor Carlos Lo, Director of SMRC, explained that HKSMEBSI aims at promoting the understanding of corporate social responsibility (CSR) as a management model for SMEs to achieve business sustainability. For the compilation of HKSMEBSI since its launch in 2012, companies selected from different CSR awards in Hong Kong have been invited to complete an online assessment questionnaire concerning their CSR performance for the preceding year. For the 4th HKSMEBSI, the assessment was based on the 2015 data provided by the companies. The unique “Values – Process – Impact” (VPI) model developed by SMRC is used in the assessment scheme, which assesses the performance of each company in three major areas, namely CSR values, CSR process (comprising CSR management and practices) and CSR impact, as well as the company’s contributions to economic, social and environmental sustainability. While the overall average score of the 4th HKSMEBSI was 66.02 points, the standard deviation was 24.34, reflecting a huge gap between the top and bottom performers. A total of 10 companies scored over 70 points, reaching the “Follower” level, whereas only 6 companies achieved this similar rank last year. Analyzing the company data for the 4 rounds from 2011 to 2015, there was an improvement of 13.24% in the overall average score. This indicates that local SMEs have progressed from the “Beginner” stage to the “Performer” stage of business sustainability performance over the past 5 years. As for the top 10 HKSMEBSI companies, the mean score was 88.81 in this compilation, maintaining the “Achiever” level in business sustainability. The top three companies scored over 90 points, reflecting that they have reached the “Pace-setter” level. Most worthy of attention is the overall average score for “Process – Management” of business sustainability which has increased from 53.37 points in the first round to 66.45 points in the current compilation, up 24.5%. This indicates that that SMEs have started to take CSR planning more seriously, making it more effective for them to translate their CSR beliefs into practice. Similar to previous years, “Impact” is still the weakest aspect, with an average score of 57.4 points only. Professor Lo said that the progressive improvement of SMEs in CSR and business sustainability as reflected in the index over the past 5 years has been encouraging although the gap between the top and bottom performers remained huge. He further pointed out that given the total number of SMEs in Hong Kong exceeds 320,000, the number of SMEs active in CSR is still limited, and the top CSR and business sustainability performers are still confined to a small pool. It is necessary for SMEs to undergo a long journey in sustaining their effort to promote CSR and achieving business sustainability. Individual SMEs must not only continuously improve their knowledge and understanding of CSR management and practice, but also maintain long-term dedication and commitment to CSR. The compilation and announcement of the HKSMEBSI serves to encourage the entire SME sector to pay serious attention to the commercial and social benefits of CSR. On the basis of this assessment, SMRC have been making constructive suggestions to individual SMEs for continuous improvement so as to boost their confidence and enhance their capacity to pursue sustainable development. Established since 2014, the “Sustainability Management Research Centre” has been dedicated to the promotion and advancement of CSR and business sustainability through research as well as joining forces with different sectors to assist business in the pursuit of sustainable development. In addition to compiling the business sustainability index for Hong Kong SMEs, SMRC also compiles and announces the “Hong Kong Business Sustainability Index” targeting the 50 Hang Seng Index Constituent companies on an annual basis. The objective is to inform timely both the local and the international business communities the on-going development and performance of the Hang Seng’s constituent companies on business sustainability. Press Contact: Professor Carlos W.H. Lo Dr Brenda Y.W. LEE WONG Department of Management and Marketing Faculty of Business, PolyU Telephone: (852) 2766 7347 Email: mm.smrc(at)polyu(dot)edu(dot)hk Website: http://www.polyu.edu.hk/mm/smrc


Lam C.C.,Hong Kong Productivity Council | Wu W.,Hong Kong Productivity Council
Chemical Fibers International | Year: 2016

Transition metal pro-oxidants formula for degradable polyester has been successfully developed and is applicable for nonwovens sheets production. With the masterbatch concept and technology, manufacturers interested in degradable products can simply introduce the degradable masterbatch into their existing production process. The approach is cost effective since no additional equipment and investment are involved. The estimated extra expense of the degradable nonwovens production is mainly from the pro-oxidants, and it is anticipated that the total cost will only increase 3-5%, while the market price of degradable products could be around 10-300°/o higher than the traditional ones. However, by using this technology, functional advantages of synthetic fibers such as high wear resistance and low moisture absorption properties could also be maintained, the disposable and degradable synthetic fibers can be applied to manufacture of disposable health and medical products such as hairnet, mask, isolation gown etc. It could also be extended to produce other degradable nonwovens materials such as filters which have specific expiration dates and need to be replaced periodically.


Patent
Hong Kong Productivity Council | Date: 2013-06-07

An electric vehicle charger includes a DC/DC converter and control circuits. The DC/DC converter includes an inverter module; a transformer module connected to the inverter module; and a converter module connected to the transformer module. The control circuits includes a multi-loop feedback control system connected to the converter module; and gate driving circuits connected to the multi-loop feedback control system and the inverter module. The inverter module includes an IGBT bridge. The transformer module includes a transformer. The converter module includes a diode rectifier bridge.


Patent
Hong Kong Productivity Council | Date: 2014-02-17

The present application is directed to a method of waterless processing of textile materials using supercritical fluid, including the use of supercritical fluid to dye the textile materials, the use of supercritical fluid for a pre-processing procedure of cleansing the textile materials, and the use of supercritical fluid to wash off unfixed dyes and cleansing of the textile materials and to perform the post-processing procedure of adding functional materials after the use of supercritical fluid to dye the textile materials. The present application provides an integrated technology of pre-processing, dyeing and post-processing of textile materials using supercritical fluid. At the same time, cleansing and dyeing are performed which effectively raises the efficiency.


Patent
Hong Kong Productivity Council | Date: 2015-03-04

The present application is directed to a method of waterless processing of textile materials using supercritical fluid, including the use of supercritical fluid to dye the textile materials, the use of supercritical fluid for a pre-processing procedure of cleansing the textile materials, and the use of supercritical fluid to wash off unfixed dyes and cleansing of the textile materials and to perform the post-processing procedure of adding functional materials after the use of supercritical fluid to dye the textile materials. The present application provides an integrated technology of pre-processing, dyeing and post-processing of textile materials using supercritical fluid. At the same time, cleansing and dyeing are performed which effectively raises the efficiency.

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