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Since 2008, Clean Stream Technologies Pty. Limited (CST) has been the sole business development company for the Timolon range of nano chemistry based materials called FAST-ACT (First Applied Sorbent Against Chemical Threats).

 

CST has developed applications across market sectors such as Oil & Gas, Maritime, Petro-chemical, Fire Brigade, Military, Civil Defence, Pharmaceutical and Hazmat agencies. Wherever chemical threats are a potential threat to life. Our main territories currently are Australasia, SE Asia, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Middle East including Iraq, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq, Kurdistan, Turkmenistan and the United Kingdom.

Since its inception, the companies have conducted research and development in reactive nanoparticles (RNP’s) and related technologies, and have developed worldwide opportunities for engineered solutions to remove and neutralise toxic chemical vapours found in the Maritime and Oil & Gas and refining industries.

This effort has been effectively and efficiently deployed in FAST-ACT, a revolutionary chemical hazard containment and neutralization system.

Due to increased surface area, unique morphology, additional functional groups on the surface, large porosities, small crystallite sizes and altered electronic state these nanomaterials (a nanometer is one-billionth of a meter) exhibit enhanced chemical reactivity.



Considerable data has been compiled on the reactivity of these materials towards many hazards including acidic and caustic gases, chlorocarbons, organophosphorus compounds, simulants as well as chemical warfare agents. Most importantly the technology is extremely effective against the major vapour threats such as hydrogen sulphide, sulphur dioxide and nitrogen dioxide.

FAST-ACT not only adsorbs toxic compounds but also chemically decomposes them in a nonreversible manner, which inhibits the possibility of desorption of captured agents. In addition, decomposition products are much less toxic or nontoxic and typically are in an easily disposable solid form.

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FAST-ACT Advantages

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Since its inception, the companies have conducted research and development in reactive nanoparticles (RNP’s) and related technologies, and have developed worldwide opportunities for engineered solutions to remove and neutralise toxic.

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FAST-ACT is a non-toxic, non-corrosive, non-flammable dry powder formulation effective against a wide range of toxic chemicals with the added capability to destroy chemical warfare agents. FAST-ACT’s efficacy against such a wide range of chemical hazards is due to the high surface area, large porosity, small crystallite sizes, defect sites and electronically altered chemical structure of its components.

• Effective against a wide range of toxic chemicals including:

  • Acids

  • Halogenated compounds

  • Organic compounds

  • Chemical warfare agents

  • Hydrogen sulphide

  • Sulphur dioxide

  • Nitrogen dioxidePhosphorus compounds


• Neutralizes both liquid and vapor hazards

• Rapid-acting upon contact

  • Life-safety threat reduction

  • Reduces on-site management time and cost


• Non-toxic, non-corrosive, non-flammable

• Dry powder or granular formulation.

  • Filter formulation. FAST-ACT granules can be fitted into either fixed media filters or soft filters suitable for HVAC retro fit.



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 • Safe to apply to all liquid and vapor releasesEasy to operate delivery systems

  • Bespoke engineering to  provide a wide range of solutions covering gas sweetening, vapour removal, tank cleaning, mast head riser filtration, loading bay filtration and rapid HAZMAT response.

  • No premixing is required

  • All units are portable


• No special training required

• Effective over a wide range of temperatures and environmental conditions

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