Beamcomplex manufactures compact size sterilization modules (stationary and portable) with in-built electron accelerators, as well as builds modular irradiation facilities based on its modules.

Electron accelerators installed in modules generate electron beams or X-rays that are used to perform sterilization of materials, antimicrobial or phytosanitary treatment of food, for production of high strength polymers and as a solution to environmental issues.

Module is a ready to install system, that consists of an electron accelerator, container type body that serves as a basis for the radiation shielding, inbuilt conveyor system, cooling system, and other ancillary systems.

Compact modules are designed for:
1. Reducing construction time for irradiation facilities;
2. Placement at various commercial and industrial facilities, such as grain elevators, vegetable storehouses, manufacturing facilities, etc, for in-house irradiation of manufactured or stored products.

Portable modules are designed for sterilization and phytosanitary irradiation with an option to move the module between various facilities.

Irradiation facilities are designed for irradiation of products and materials in cartons/boxes, bags and pallets.

To enable fast processing of large quantities of agricultural produce, the company designs and builds irradiation facilities for treatment of containerized cargo (20" and 40" containers).

When designing modules Beamcomplex takes the following information into consideration: types of products to be irradiated, treatment process (bulk, in cartons, pallets, etc), and needed throughput. A variety of models of electron accelerators can be used in modules, with energy from 1 to 5 MeV and electron beam power from 20 to 100 kW. All electron accelerators operate both in E-Beam and X-Ray modes.

APPLICATION OF ELECTRON ACCELERATORS FOR IRRADIATION OF VARIOUS PRODUCTS AND MATERIALS FOR THE PURPOSE OF STERILIZATION, PHYTOSANITARY TREATMENT OR AS A PART OF MANUFACTURING PROCESS

Sterilization of medical devices. Learn more...

Sterilization of cosmetics and hygiene products.

Sterilization of food grade packaging.

Manufacturing of polymer materials with high wear resistance.

Manufacturing of high strength polymer materials.

Radiation crosslinking of polymer pipes and sleeves.

Radiation crosslinking of cable and heat shrink tubes.

Phytosanitary treatment of potato and onion to extend shelf life up to 8 months at 15 degrees Celsius, and to inhibit sprouting.

Phytosanitary treatment of fruits and vegetables to eliminate insects and their larvae, and thus increase the shelf life.

Phytosanitary treatment of spices, dried fruits and nuts.

Lowering mycotoxins content in grain, as well as eliminating such insects as grain borer, rice weevil, rust red flour beetle, and other pests.

Poultry irradiation to eliminate E. Coli, salmonella, listeria, and other pathogens.

Seafood irradiation for elimination of pathogens and parasites.

Meat irradiation to eliminate E. Coli, salmonella, listeria, and other pathogens.
APPLICATION OF ELECTRON ACCELERATORS FOR SOLVING ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
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Disinfection of drinking water.

Wastewater treatment to enable its repeat use in manufacturing or safe disposal into natural water bodies.

Sewage sludge treatment to convert it into a rich fertilizer.

Flue gas electron beam treatment to remove most oxides like sulphur and nitrogen oxides.

Manufacturing of modified polymer powder from plastic waste to be used as an additive in concrete and asphalt mixes.
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