Renewable Nitrogen Soil Conditoner

Plantee is the high yielding cellulose-based based renewable and clean nitrogen fertilizer and ligno-cellulosic soil conditioner that has natural nitrogen, bio-proteins, and naturally occurring iron, zinc, copper, boron, and phosphorus. Renewable nitrogen fertilizer replaces the non-renewable nitrogen derived from natural gas used to produce urea and DAP fertilizer. The food we eat depends on the…More

Semi-conductor for Solar Energy

Energy powers civilization in every step. The greatest quantum of electric energy is generated from climate warming coal and natural gas fired thermal steam turbines because the steam engine turning a dynamo is the legacy of the industrial revolution. Roy Research and Technology has developed a electrically and electronically conductive semi-conductor. A clean and natural…More

Renewable cold process bricks and panels from waste and soil

Roy Research and Technology has developed a unique process to u bio-se char and fly-ash for lightweight panel, building blocks, bricks etc. Through its proprietary eco-bonded binding technology with double bond carbonated poly calcium silicate formation. This technology eliminates toxicity and breath-ability factor. Thus having the potential as a good building material, while offsetting about…More

Artificial Timber

Timber that looks and feels like wood Wood is warm, earthy, and feels good to the touch. That is why, wood substitutes in furniture like plastic or metal, or in flooring like ceramic tiles, for instance, never feel the same. The artificial wood innovated by Roy Research and Technology is, hence, a winner, because it…More

Renewable Nitrogen Fertilizer

Plantee® is the high yielding cellulose-based based renewable and clean nitrogen fertilizer and soil conditioner that has natural nitrogen, bio-proteins, and naturally occurring iron, zinc, copper, boron, and phosphorous. Renewable nitrogen fertilizer replaces the non-renewable nitrogen derived from natural gas used to produce urea and DAP fertilizer. The food we eat depends on the dirtiest…More