|Minimum Order Quantity||100 Kilogram|
|Packaging Size||1-25 Kg|
|Usage/Application||Animal Heath Care|
|Packaging Type||Packet, HDPE Bags|
|Minimum Order Quantity||20 Kg|
|Packaging Type||01 Kg Milky white standing pouch|
|Types Of Biofertilizers||Bacillus subtilis|
|Product Type||Bacteria and Enzymes|
|Country||USA, Brazil, Africa etc.|
(A proven Enzyme, Nutrients and Probiotic formulation for Agriculture)
BACTAGROWZYME-PR is an eco-friendly plant growth vitaliser powered by Bioaugmentation
technology developed by Indian Biotechnology company PRIONS BIOTECH which is owning its own
state-of-the-art research labs and FSSAI, ISO, APEDA and GMP certified manufacturing unit.
Nature has endowed soil with its own system of fighting diseases. The beneficial microbes that
overpower the disease causing microbes, helping plants grow healthy and disease-free to give higher
yields of superior quality. However, the indiscriminate use of chemicals and fertilizers and manipulation
of other soil conditions cause unbalanced microbial populations. As a result soil loses its ability to fight
disease-causing pathogens and yields fall.
Globally, agriculture is challenged due to the increasing demand for food coupled with stagnating crop
productivity and climate change. Stagnation in crop productivity is majorly due to the depletion of
biological fertility of our soils because of excessive use of chemical inputs.
BACTAGROWZYME-PR contains a consortium of beneficial plant growth promoting bacteria and
Enzymes which harness favorable nutrients in the soil. They are unique because of their ability to
withstand extreme weather conditions and climate change. BACTAGROWZYME-PR enhances plant
microbe interaction that improves plant vitality and immunity against diseases. BACTAGROWZYME-
PR enhances seed germination, fruiting, flowering rates and thereby improves yield.
BACTAGROWZYME-PR is a carefully chosen blend of microbes that boosts the immunity and growth
of plants in homes, offices, gardens and nurseries. It is a soil revitaliser which improves nutrient uptake
|Minimum Order Quantity||20 Kg|
|Melting Point||150 Degree|
(Proven Enzyme, Bacterial formulation for Self healing concrete)
Prions Biotech offers enzyme blend BACTAHEAL-PR. The BACTAHEAL-PR is a new concept in the cement industry. Cracks in concrete are a common phenomenon due to the relatively low tensile strength. Durability of concrete is impaired by these cracks since they provide an easy path for the transportation of liquids and gasses that potentially contain harmful substances. If micro-cracks grow and reach the reinforcement, not only the concrete itself may be attacked, but also the reinforcement will be corroded. Therefore, it is important to control the crack width and to heal the cracks as soon as possible. Since the costs involved for maintenance and repair of concrete structures are usually high, this research focuses on the development of self-healing concrete. Self-healing of cracks in concrete would contribute to a longer service life of concrete structures and would make the material not only more durable but also more sustainable.
Crack occurrence in reinforced concrete should be minimized for both durability and economical reasons as crack repair is costly. Autogenous repair, or self-healing, of concrete would save a substantial amount of money, as manual inspection and crack repair could be minimized. Thus, a reliable self-healing mechanism for concrete would not only result in more durable structures, but would also be beneficial for the global economy. This study exploited the potential to apply calcite-precipitating bacteria as a crack-healing agent in concrete.
The potential of different species to precipitate calcite, produce endospores, survive concrete-production, and heal cracks by sealing them with calcite was investigated. Furthermore, the mechanical properties of ‘bacterial concrete’ were tested. ESEM studies showed that alkali-resistant spore-forming bacteria embedded in the concrete matrix can precipitate substantial amounts of calcite.
The bacterial approach thus seems a highly promising mechanism to mediate self-healing in concrete structures.
Cracks can occur in concrete structures due to multiple reasons such as autogenous shrinkage, freeze thaw reactions, mechanical compressive- and tensile forces. Although micro-cracks do not necessarily result in significant strength loss of concrete, the ingress of water and other reactive chemicals such as chloride and water may pose a thread to the steel reinforcement as these strongly enhance its corrosion rate.