Perlemax is the development company for Professor William Zimmerman of Sheffield University's technologies focussed on micro bubbles. Currently there are two created techniques, which will impact many different processes, through improving yields, cutting power consumption or allowing new techniques to be realized.
Microbubbles By Fluidic Oscillation
Fifty micron-sized bubbles can have a quite dramatic effect on mass transfer in a gas to a liquid medium. Through new technology, Perlemax is able to engineer a process to precipitate dramatic changes in what can be expected or sought from conventional bubble generation techniques.
Perlemax has successfully utilised a plasma microreactor as an Ozone generation source, which has wide uses as a disinfection agent in wastewater treatment amongst other processes. Visit website
Sensory Technologies is a privately held Canadian medical software company with offices in Canada, the United States and Europe. We provide an innovative solution to prevent and replace medical treatment within private and public healthcare facilities.
Sensory Technologies has created a new clinical service model that allows patients to stay in the comfort of their place of choice while receiving the medical attention that they need. Virtual support teams are constructed, with one remote registered clinician supervising and directing a team of onsite care clinicians. Each supervising clinician can thus oversee care for multiple patients at once. Using our technology, the patient’s medical charts are updated in real time by the unified, secure stream
of patient information that is created between the virtual support team members, allowing for immediate medical support and direction 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our approach reduces overhead costs, increases patient capacity, and is proven to lower re-admission rates.
Siemens established its UK wind turbine generator R&D competence centre at the University of Sheffield in 2009. The first of its kind in the UK, the Sheffield Siemens Wind Power Research Centre focuses on developing the most reliable, innovative and efficient wind turbine generators. The constant dialogue between the University’s experts and Siemens engineers translates into real world solutions with benefits to both the wind industry and the environment.
The centre specialises in providing the overall technology, architecture and design of onshore and offshore wind turbine generators, devices generating electrical energy from wind power, for the global market. Some of its current projects include wind turbine condition monitoring, turbine performance and turbine blade design. Visit website