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  • At your premises Equipment “home subcontracting” To reduce your transport cost, reduce the time delivery, & reduce contamination risk during transport, we directly install our equipment in your factory. You pay the provision for the kilogram. Equipment acquisition You acquire your own ICPD equipment adapted to your production volume: TMDR0.3: from 6 to 30 kg/hr TLDR0.5 : from 100 to 300 kg/hr (1 t/ hr for steamed rice) At our premises You ship the raw material to our plant based facilities where it is treated & shipped back to you.
  • Enfin!!!!!!!! Pour moi cette diapo doit être intégrée en 3ème ou 4ème place
  • Toujours pas de définition de DIC et du système général
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  • 1. Pour les 3 procédés on part de l’hypothèse suivante : 11% de rendement (pour 100 kg de matière première MP, je produit 11 kg de produit fini PF) 2. Humidité de la MP à 89%, celle du PF à 5% (on est tjs dans les hypothèses de départ) 3. D’après l’hypothèse 1, il faut 9.09t de MP pour faire 1t de PF (9.09=1/0.11) 4. Énergie nécessaire pour la préparation du produit (triage, lavage, découpage...) : ce sont des opérations communes aux 3 technologies 5. On chiffre la consommation énergétique en kWh/t de PF. Pour le cas 1, le séchage par air chaud consomme 1000 kWh par tonne d’eau évaporée. On multiplie par la quantité d’eau à évaporer, soit 8.04t pour arriver à un PF à 5% (0.89*9.09-0.05*1). Mêmes opérations pour toute la ligne. Pour la DIC on décompose en pré séchage+DIC+post séchage. 6. On somme le tout pour avoir la consommation énergétique pour chaque procédé.
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  • Je ne vois toujours pas ce que l’on cherche à démontrer?
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  • First presented process was « post harvested rice DIC treatment. According to where we insert DIC, we can get several DIC final products
  • 29/07/09 Transferring of DIC Technology towards ASIA
  • OK mais pourquoi la courbe remonte à 24 secondes avant de se stabiliser?
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  • Une spore se présente sous forme d'un bâtonnet droit ovale. La couche externe paraît bien claire et contrastée. Ces spores sont normalement toutes viables du moment que la suspension n’a subi aucun traitement, ceci a été vérifié grâce à un dénombrement. Expliquer le traitement, avec 1 min pour la détente progressive et 0,4 s pour la détente rapide. 1- Une analyse par MEB de cet échantillon ne révèle pas de modifications structurales majeures. La structure des spores semble être intacte. La principale couche externe des spores, plus contrastée que dans le cas spores non traitées, présente plus d'ondulations avec un pourtour un peu “ ratatiné ” dans certains endroits. 2- Pour ce type de traitement, les modifications structurales que subissent les germes traités sont beaucoup plus profondes et dépassent les légères atteintes superficielles. Dans le cliché présenté, nous remarquons que certaines spores ont subi des dégradations profondes se manifestant par une forte compression de la cellule. Ceci est traduit par la formation d'une grande cavité. 3- D’autres spores donnent l'impression qu'elles ne comportent que la couche externe et que le contenu semble être expulsé. 4- La figure comporte une spore qui laisse croire que seul l’intérieur de la cellule est rétréci sans toucher à la couche externe. Les modifications observées traduisant des dégâts structuraux minimes dus à l'effet de la chaleur, ne peuvent pas être considérées suffisamment graves pour expliquer la "non-viabilité" de toutes les spores de cet échantillon. La mortalité des spores de Bacillus stearothermophilus est donc intervenue sans modification importante au niveau de la structure externe.
  • 1- Les cellules de Saccharomyces cerevisiae montrées dans la figure comportent une paroi bien délimitée, elles sont toutes en état de bourgeonnement "polaire". La zone de la future cicatrice de bourgeonnement, située à l'extrémité cellulaire, paraît plus foncée. Tout autour de la cellule, nous remarquons une enveloppe translucide uniformément répartie. 2- Les dégradations de la structure des levures ne sont pas très profondes dans la plupart des cas  nous remarquons surtout une formation d'agglomérats ou de plaquettes dans certains endroits de la paroi. Par rapport aux levures de la figure III-12, la paroi cellulaire des levures traitées paraît moins lisse et moins homogène. L'intervention de la détente rapide vers le vide occasionne d'importantes dégradations au niveau de la structure des levures 3- Dans la figure, nous remarquons des agglomérats sur toute la surface de la paroi. Ces agglomérats, sont reconnaissables grâce à leur couleur plus claire que le reste de la surface. 4- Des fissures dans la paroi cellulaire sont aussi apparues dans la figure, elles sont présentes dans la zone du bourgeon. Le pourtour de la paroi cellulaire, vu de profil, est décollé dans certains endroits. La cellule présente aussi une cavité. 5- Ces cavités, mieux visible dans la figure, semblent être comme une sorte de compression de la cellule. Encore une fois, la détente rapide vers le vide a provoqué des contraintes mécaniques ayant pour eu conséquence d'importantes déformations. Par contre, l'effet de ces contraintes mécaniques sur la viabilité des levures n'est pas aisément évalué, du moment où un traitement à 105°C pendant 30s s'est avéré entièrement destructeur.
  • L’effet du traitement en présence de 55 bar de CO 2 pendant 5 h apparaît de façon assez claire dans la figure. Sur le cliché a , nous observons un amas de cellules. Les altérations observées en général peuvent être décrites comme des rétrécissements ou des dépressions de l’intérieur des cellules ; ces déformations sont plutôt localisées par endroits dans le corps de la cellule. Toutefois, les cellules ne présentent aucune désintégration ou fissures visibles, l’enveloppe extérieure est restée translucide. Pour les levures de cet échantillon, le traitement a eu un effet stérilisant en provoquant la destruction totale. Toutes les levures de la figure, présentant des dommages plus ou moins importants, ne sont pas viables. Des cellules mortes peuvent donc ne pas être affectées dans leur structure. Les levures de la figure montrent l’effet du CO 2 sous pression associé à celui d’une décompression rapide vers le vide, elles ont aussi toutes été non viables au dénombrement. A l’observation microscopique, nous retrouvons quelquefois les dépressions locales sur le corps des cellules. Cependant, la paroi externe n’est plus lisse, elle a subi des dommages fortement remarquables qui paraissent comme des agglomérations ; la zone du bourgeon a aussi été touchée par ces dommages. La formation des agglomérations est bien visibles dans le cliché a comportant un amas de cellules. En plus, nous observons des fissures réparties sur la totalité du corps cellulaire.
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  • Abcar Asia will propose the same offer, with new equipments dedicated to rice treatment
  • Our main activity concerns the technology of Instant Controlled Pressure –drop we are developping collaborating with various industries, universities and research centers. It was qualified as a very strategic technology by Euroean Union who has supported us through Eight European programs.
  • Our activities allowed us to create various innovative companies; three of them very recently!

DIC Presentation On 6th August DIC Presentation On 6th August Presentation Transcript

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  • Company Profile
    • Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd.: Incorporated in August 2008
    • Joint venture company between ABCAR- DIC Process, France and Global Sunshine Biotech Sdn. Bhd.
    • Sole licensee of the DIC technology from ABCAR-DIC Process ,France for entire Asian and South Pacific Region.
    • Design and Construct, Leasing and Contract Processing DIC facilities.
    • Research and Development of DIC applications.
    Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd.
  • DIC Technology Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd.
    • Détente Instantanée Contrôlée (DIC): Instantaneous Controlled Pressure Drop
    • Patented technology developed by Laboratory of Mastering Technologies for Agro-Industries (LMTAI) La Rochelle University, France.
    • Patents of DIC Technology own by ABCAR-DIC Process, France.
    • License exclusively to Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. for Asia and South Pacific Region.
    • Various applications have been developed and proven based on DIC technology.
  • Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. We proposes customers different DIC equipments scales DIC Applications: Treatment of the food, cosmetic, nutraceutic & pharmaceutic in pieces or in powder
  • Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd.
    • We help the food and drug industry deliver higher quality products at lower cost when it comes to:
      • Drying,
      • Sterilization & Decontaminating ,
      • Post – Harvest Treatment of Rice & Cereal
      • Extraction
    • We make sure you take the lead and improve your margins
    Mission statement
  • Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd.
    • We offer a set of products and services aiming at:
      • Drying fresh food (incl. Fruits, vegetable, meat and fish)
      • Sterilization & Decontaminating (food, powder, medication)
      • Pretreating component for extraction (high added value molecules)
      • Post-harvest treatment of rice & cereal
    • You can either:
      • Equipment leasing
      • Equipment acquisition
      • Contract out to Bio Essential at our own facilities
    Our product lines
  • Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd.
    • Our equipment and solutions are applicable to
      • Fruits, Vegetables, Spices, Medicinal herbs, Mushrooms
      • Meat, Poultry
      • Fish, Seaweeds
      • Cereals
    • The raw material needs to be prepared prior to treatment
      • Pieces, Chunks or Powder (a special equipment is being built)
    Application fields
  • Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd.
    • We proud ourselves to commit to
    • Dramatically improving your yield:
      • Superior product quality (aspect, taste, flavour, intrinsic properties,…)
    • Significantly reducing your production time,
    • And reducing your production costs (less energy)
    Products description
    • DIC is a HTST (High Temperature Short Time) treatment. This thermal effect if doubled by a mechanical effect, which is the pressure effect.
    • These actions, developed at regulated levels and defined steps bring the product to structural changes
    • These changes are responsible for all the applications of the DIC process: decontaminating, swelling, steaming, essential oils extraction etc.
    DIC....How does it work? Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. DIC Dried apple after DIC treatment Dried apple before DIC treatment Pictures from a scanning electron microscope
  • Principle Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. P : Processing pressure / P 0  : Atmospheric pressure / P v  : Vacuum pressure Figure 1 Variation of pressure during one DIC processing cycle
      • Phase 1: A vacuum is first created within the reactor by opening the discharge valve. This step will promote optimal transfer of heat between the steam and the product .
      • Phase 2: The discharge valve is closed and saturated steam injected to create a pressurised atmosphere. It involves an increase of temperature and pressure.
      • Phase 3: High pressure is maintained for a short time .
      • Phase 4: Opening of the discharge valve creates a sudden pressure drop inside the reactor due to the vacuum. This pressure drop induces concomitantly a partial auto-vaporisation of the water contained in the product and the expansion.
      • Phase 5: The discharge valve is then closed and atmospheric valve opened to allow a return to atmospheric pressure within the reactor and the sample is recovered .
  • How’s DIC operate?? Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd.
  • Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. Swell-drying DIC Technology in the operations of
  • Products description - Drying - (i) Absence of shrinkage and deformation, improvement of visual aspect Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd.
  • Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd.
  • Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd.
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  • Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. Swell – dried Kiwi by DIC texturing
  • Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. Swell – dried Peppers by DIC texturing
  • Products description - Drying - (ii ) Improvement of re-hydration capacity and speed Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. Improvement in the re-hydration capacity compared to hot air dried products bananas kiwis apples Maximum (%) 53 17 26 Improvement in the re-hydration speed compared to hot air dried products bananas kiwis apples   Maximum (%) 71 94 44
  • 0 Classical drying Post-DIC drying DIC
      • (iii) Reduction of global drying time (Reducing by 3 times the drying time process compared to hot air drying for bananas) leading to reduction of the energy consumption
    Pre-drying Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. 5 10 Water content (% WB ) 15 20 25 30 1 00 2 00 3 00 4 00 5 00 6 00 Time/min 35 4 0 4 5 Classic Drying Structure after DIC treatment Post-drying time until WB= 5% bananas kiwis apples Without DIC (min) 1020 390 610 With DIC (min) 320 140 195 Products description - Drying -
      • 100% natural, crispy without oil and without acrylamide!
      • Fulfils all international standards about microbial contaminations
      • Can be labelled as organic products or eco-products if the raw material used is organic
      • Preserve the highest rate of essential components (vitamins, flavour molecules) in the industry today!
      • Better re-hydration properties
    • (Ideal for food service or industrial application)
    Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. Bio Essential equipments and services will guaranty that your Swell- Dried products
  • Economical & Quality Advantages
    • Comparatively to classical drying, Swell Drying by DIC is less time –energy consuming
    • This is less expensive in terms of investment & exploitation cost with a better quality!!!
    Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. Total Quality Cost Swell-Drying by DIC Freeze-Drying Hot air Micro Wave-Drying Hot Air + chemical treatment Puffing
  • How does DIC swell-drying fit in your current drying process? Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. Fresh raw material at 90% humidity Dried foodstuff at 15-20% residual moisture Pre-Drying Humidity homogenization at 25% humidity (at 4°C) Peeling and cutting Bleaching DIC Swell-Drying (DIC step + final post-DIC drying at 5% humidity) in your factory or in our Packaging (from 1 to 30kg) or
    • Industrial Hot-air drying:
    Swell – drying: High Quality Aspect: No deformation! Texture: Crispness Flavor: Good preservation Nutrition: Better preservation of Vitamins and highest flavonoid availability Hygiene: Perfect decontamination Cost: 12% less energy consumption Classic Hot air drying: Low-quality: Bad aspect: Color and Deformation Texture: Too hard Flavor: Too low Nutrition: Low vitamin content, Hygiene: Biologic contamination 1st drying stage W: from 90% up to 25%WB Preparation of raw material: Cutting, blanching, … 2 nd drying stage W: from 25% up to 5% WB Summary of the Industrial scale Swell-drying by DIC: 8 hours 2-3 hours Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. DIC
  • A degree of quality never reached before… Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. Why will you choose our drying offer…? Shape and texture Flavor and color Health Nutrition content Hygienic content Cost Hot air Drying Very Big Shrinkage Preserved at 1st stage then very bad Preserved at 1st stage then very bad Very bad low Vacuum drying Normal shrinkage Preserved at 1st stage then very bad Preserved at 1st stage then bad Bad Higher than HAD Microwave Drying Presence of shrinkage Bad Thermal degradation Bad Too expansive equipment Freeze-drying THE BEST Bad Very good Bad THE MOST EXPANSIVE Swell-drying by DIC Very good THE BEST Good for Vitamins, THE BEST FOR FLAVONOIDS… PERFECT DECONTAMINATION LOWEST COST
  • Why will you choose our drying offer…? (cont..) … for affordable production costs Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. Drying Process Classic Hot Air Drying * DIC Drying Freeze-Drying Yield 11% of processed raw material Initial and final water content 89%  5% Amount of fresh foodstuff necessary to get 1 ton of dried product 9.09 t Energy consumption for product preparation before drying 360 kWh/ton of dried product Energy type mostly gas mostly gas mostly electricity Drying consumption (for one ton of final product)
    • Drying (89%  5% )
    • 1,000 kWh * 8.04 t =
    • 8,040 kWh/t
    • Pre-Drying (89%  30%)
    • 750 kWh * 5.17 t =
    • 4,022 kWh/t
    • DIC swelling
    • 833 kWh/t
    • Post-Drying (30%  5%)
    • 750 kWh * 2.87 t
    • 1,704 kWh/t
    • Freeze-Drying (89%  5% )
    • 1,800 kWh * 8.04 t =
    • 13,744 kWh/t
    Total Consumption 8,400 kWh/ton of final product 6,863 kWh/ton of final product 14,472 kWh/ ton of final product
  • Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. DIC Technology in the operations of Pretreatment of Extraction & Extraction
  • Products description -Pretreatment for extraction industry- DIC pretreatment improves your classical extraction yield
    • Classical HAV (high added value) molecules extraction are faced to the following problem:
      • Current extraction methods are able to extract available amount of HAV molecules
      • This extracted amount is only the visible part of the iceberg…
      • The major part is trapped within strong cellular structure
      • Yields are limited by such limited availability
      • We developed a method to make HAV molecules more available, to dramatically increase the extraction yields
    Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd.
  • DIC pretreatment improves your classical extraction yield Processing time (sec) Extraction yield improvement (%) Fresh apple (Untreated sample) DIC treated apple (Optimized conditions)
    • Quercetin is an antioxidant present in apples
    • A DIC pretreatment on apples make quercetin more easy to extract
    • Optimized conditions enhanced by 700% quercetin extraction, compared to untreated apples
    Products description -Pretreatment for extraction industry- Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. 800 150 Apple Quercetin 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 0 50 100 Products description -Pretreatment for extraction industry-
  • Why will you choose our extraction pretreatment offer…?
    • Improve your kinetic and yield extraction
    • With DIC same amount of Roselle anthocyanins (TMA, for Total Monomeric Anthocianins) is obtained within 2 min compared to 10 minutes for the untreated ones
    Untreated calyces DIC treated calyces mg TMA/g dried product DIC allows the raw material to Improve yields and Reduce extraction time Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd.
  • Direct use for natural cosmetic application Classical solvent extraction Cutting Cleaning DIC step in your factory or in our Drying Selling as raw material for classical solvent extraction Fresh raw material Dehydrated raw matarial Drying Packaging (from 2,5 to 20kg) Grinding Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. How does DIC pre-treatment fit in your current extraction process? Intermediary Product Active principle Residual fraction
  • Soon… -Essential Oils Extraction-
    • A ground-breaking innovation in the field of essential oil extraction
    • Are you able to extract your essential oil in only few minutes…? Just have a look:
    Comparison of classical extraction methods (steam distillation, extraction by solvent), new extraction ones (supercritical CO 2 and other laboratory tests) with DIC extraction Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd.
  • How will DIC essential oils extraction inserts in your process? Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. Volatile condensed fraction: Essential Oils Residual fraction Cutting Cleaning Drying DIC Fresh raw material Dehydrated raw matarial Direct use of the obtained active principle (cosmetics) Selling as raw material for classical solvent extraction Look at our pretreatment for extraction offer
  • Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. DIC Technology in the operations of Post-harvest Treatment of rice and cereal
  • Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. Products description -Rice drying-
    • Reduce your rate of broken rice to 1 to 3%
      • Best industry standards currently are around 15% which induces a significant drop in market price (40%)
    • Produce completely sterilized rice
    • Don’t change your process, our equipment inserts within it
  • 1.1. Classic treatment of post harvested rice SORTING Deshusting & Milling 1. DIC Swell - Steamed rice ? Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd.
  • 1. DIC Swell - Steamed rice ? 1.1. Classic treatment of post harvested rice Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. SORTING Deshusting & Milling
  • 1.2. DIC Swell - Steaming 1. DIC Swell - Steamed rice ? Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. SORTING Deshusting & Milling DIC treatment
  • Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. DIC Swell - steaming of Rice Integral rice Cooking 40 .60 minutes White rice Cooking time 15 .20 minutes Rate of broken rice 10 to 28% DIC Swell - steamed Integral rice Cooking time: 12 to 16 minutes DIC Swell - steamed rice Cooking time: 7 .15 minutes Rate of broken rice 1 to 3% ABRASION Deshusting Sorting Drying Harvesting of Paddy rice DIC 8 hrs 2 hrs T r a d i t i o n a l w a y 30 sec
  • Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. Cooking time 7 - 9 minutes CP02 variety, Chau Phu 2 (Aromatic variety Giang, VIETNAM); Classical way DIC Treatment Rate of broken rice 17.2% < 3 %
  • Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. Cooking time 7 - 9 minutes Variety&quot; Long One&quot; 0 Classical way DIC Treatment Chalkiness rate 25% 0% Rate of broken rice 44% <3-6%
  • Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. Cooking time 7 - 9 minutes VN D (PHTI) Vietnam Classical way DIC Treatment Rate of broken rice 49.4% <4-6%
  • Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd.
  • Choose DIC to improve rice processing in term of quality and quantity 8hrs Drying 2 hrs tempering 2hrs Drying Tempering drying tempering Husting Abrasion 16% - 40% 15 – 20 min DIC: 30 seconds Drying 2 hrs Harvesting  Paddy rice 2% - 3% 7– 9 min broken rice cooking time Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. Classic DIC Drying time >>8hrs 2hrs Tempering 2 or 3 periods (2hrs) No needs Broken rice rate 15 to 40% 2 – 3% Energy consumption Very high Low Cooking time 14 – 20 min 7 – 9 min
  • Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. Sterilization & decontamination DIC Technology in the operations of
  • Products description -Sterilization & Decontamination- Microbiological charge reduction (%) A 12 seconds DIC treatment (at 110°C) is enough to 75% of the initial microbial charge We provide you with the ultimate decontamination solution DIC treatment destroys all cell membranes/walls and induces the explosion of micro-organism (yeast, fungi, bacteria..) Our solution carefully handles your product while is … merciless with microbiologic contaminants Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. Herbs of Provence decontamination (at 110°C) Time (sec) 0 25 50 75 100 0 12 24 36 48 Bacillus stearothermophilus Bacillus stearothermophilus
    • DIC treatment fulfills all international standards about decontaminations and pathogens such as:
      • Bacillus, Salmonella, Staphylococcus etc.
      • Yeast, Mould
      • Spores
    • The process is very safe even in the case of sensitive products such as:
      • Medicinal herbs
      • Seaweed
      • Etc.
    • It preserves important molecules such as:
      • Vitamins
      • Bioflavonoids
      • Anthocyanins
    Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. Products description -Sterilization & Decontamination-
  • Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. Thermal treatment (130°C; 30 s) Impact of the Abrupt Pressure-Drop toward vacuum on the microbial structure Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. Bacillus stearothermophilus With progressive decompression with DIC
  • Thermal treatment (105°C; 30 s) Impact of the Pressure-drop toward vacuum on the microbial structure Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. Saccharomyces cerevisiae With progressive decompression with DIC
  • Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. High pressure CO 2 Treatment (55 bar ; 5 h ) Impact of the Abrupt Pressure-Drop toward vacuum on the microbial structure Saccharomyces cerevisiae With progressive decompression with APD with DIC
  • Why will you choose our decontamination offer…?
    • No thermal damage
    • A quick treatment for a higher yield
    • Definitive spores destruction
    • No additives, no chemicals
    • No environmental pollution
    Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd.
  • DIC Machinery & Equipment
    • DIC reactor is carried out via a reactor supplied with saturated steam.
    Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. DIC Reactor 6 5 4 3 1 2
    • Three ways for you to access to our product lines
      • Equipment “home subcontracting”
        • To reduce your transport costs , reduce the time delivery , and reduce contamination risk during transport , we directly install our equipment in your factory. You pay the provision for the kilogram
      • Equipment acquisition
        • You choose to be independent from the beginning, you have the possibility the acquire your own DIC equipment adapted to your production volume
      • Subcontracting
        • You ship the raw material to our facilities where it is treated and shipped back to you
    Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd. Our offering
  • Close collaboration with: Several industrial Companies Food industry Pharmaceutical Cosmetic Perfume Technology of Instant Controlled Pressure-Drop DIC European Union 8 European projects National and International Academic cooperation
    • UTC (France)
    • Mc-Neese University (Louisiana-USA)
    • UBAYA University (Surabaya – Indonesia)
    • Universidad de Mexico
    • CanTho University (Vietnam)
    • University of Bucharest (Romania)
    • Lebanese University (Beirut - Lebanon)
    Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd.
  • Creation of innovative Companies: ABCAR-DIC Process (France); Legni & Segni (Italy)
    • Universal Foods (California - USA): Vegetables; 1993
    • Coralma (France): Tobacco; 1996
    • Protekum (Germany): Flavonoids; 2002
    • Unilever (Holland): Tea; 2000
    • AZTI (Spain) : Fish oil; 2004
    • Contento trade (Italy)
    • BONTOUT (France): Sterilization Mushrooms; 2001
    Various Industrial realizations and Productions: DIC = 19 years of research and 23 Ph-D works … NEW THREE LAUREATES FOR INNOVATIVE COMPANIES 2006 FRENCH COMPETITION Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd.
  • List of Scientific Publication Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd.
  • Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd.
  • Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd.
  • Bio Essential Sdn. Bhd.
    •  No.1-B, Jalan Bungah Pudak, 11200 Tanjung Bungah, Penang, Malaysia
    •  +604- 8909080
    •  +604- 8904080
    • [email_address]