Roy-crete Semiconductor for photoelectricity, electromagnetic shielding and electrostatic protection.


Roy-crete generates photoelectricity.

Roy-crete  Semi-conductor generates an electromotive force for photoelectricity and is a capacitor to store energy and acts as a shield against electromagnetic radiation and absorbs electrostatic charge to prevent fire hazard in oil industry and solar water splitting by photovoltaic-electrolysis with a solar-to-hydrogen

Prevent fire hazard in the energy industry.

The Semiconductor is a unique electromagnetic field absorber with the capacity to absorb electromagnetic radiation and electrostatic charge from any source. The semiconductor is a good radiation shield. Roy Research and Technology has developed fire retardant conductive cloth, paper, and artificial timber, foam to reduce EM radiation emission and prevent static buildup to facilitate grounding, earthing and reduce harmful effects, to humans and equipment. Roy-crete™ electrical and electronically conductive concrete is a good grounding electrode that provides permanent low resistance and  withstand electrical surges.

Roy-crete Semi-conductor Photoelectricity: The major application for the semiconductor is to produce photo-electricity from the sun in panels, concrete bricks and panels. The semiconductor has a capacitor property to store charge and act as a battery. The electricity generated from a particular surface area is higher than a similar solar panel or tile. Roy-crete™ Material has excellent semi-conductive character with memory. This will find its usage as bulk capacitor for storage of photoelectricity. The return on investment will be much greater with the Semiconductor.

Roy-crete Semi-conductor Hyper-connectivity: Roy Research and Technology has invented a nano-material semi-conductive brick, block, panel. The growth of the electronic industries and the widespread use of hyper connected electronic equipment in communications, computation automations, bio-medicine, radar, space and satellite broadcasting and and other uses have led to many electromagnetic interference (EMI) problems with equipment down time.

The electrical and electronic conductive material generates hyper-connectivity through electrified infrastructure like self power lane, highway pavement for battery charging. Roy-crete semi-conductive material and its applications in hyper-connectivity to charged infrastructure is able to power vehicles, road, bridges, dam, snow covered pavement, early warning of crack to construction, early warning of earthquake system smart, early warning of weather disaster, improve wireless networks, sensor connectivity, car communications. Roy-crete™ semi-conductor can sense and warn during crack or damage of building, wall, dam, and railway line crack.

The rapid development of advanced electronic devices and their applications has brought with it a growing interest and development in electromagnetic wave absorbing material. radar absorbing and protection system for oil and gas industry, defense equipment require shielding against radiation from electro-smog or electromagnetic wave emission.

Electromagnetic waves in the 1 – 15 GHz range are broadly used in wireless communication tool and local area network. In near future, usable range of EM will tend to shift further to higher frequency region with development of information technology and devices.

Semi-conductor block, brick, and panels arrest electromagnetic radiation by absorbing and grounding or reflecting electro-smog emission. Roy-crete™ material is a semi-conductive attenuator (EMI / RFI) for shielding all types of electromagnetic wave radiation.

Roy-crete semi-conductor conductivity: Roy-crete™ and its products are extremely suitable for enclosures shielded against EMI / RFI to produce a ‘Faraday’ cage because it replaces metal enclosures and will absorb or reflect electromagnetic radiation. Roy-crete™ semi-conductor material has excellent very high dielectric constant and high electrical properties at room temperature. This is an unique material for capacitor fabrication, ionic batteries and electrochemical sensor. With unique electrical and optical memory, chemical properties offered a new concept of wireless charge transport mechanism.

The conductive, capacitive, and semi-conductive nature of Roy-crete Semi-conductor.
Semi-conductive Cloth
Semi-conductive Ink: Semi conductive ink /coating compound for converting any material surface as semi-conductor.
Solar water splitting by photovoltaic-electrolysis to hydrogen with Roy-crete semiconductor.

The Semiconductor splits water by solar photovoltaic-electrolysis to hydrogen. Solar water splitting system for biohydrogen or environmentally green hydrogen gas process consist of poly alkaline material mixed with water. The vessel is fitted with electrodes of + – dipped into electrolyte. Batteries are connected with the photovoltaic cells and the discharge side with the inverter. The electrical charges from solar PV in electrolyte solution generates or spilts hydrogen in much higher volume than conventional practice of water splitting.