Knowledge Base

List of Technology/Knowhow Transfer


S.No.Name of KnowhowName of PartyDate
1Cement free concrete2301/DEL/2012 & USA 13/949585Jindal Steel and Power, Raigarh (Chhattisgarh)-49000111/05/2013
2Hammer Tips for Sugar     MillsM/s Essen Welding Alloys Private Ltd , Pune (Maharashtra)-41220131/01/2014
3Synthesis of aluminum alloy based silicon carbide particle dispersed compositePatent No 264685M/s Exclusive Magnesium Private Ltd.,5-9-7/3 Secretariat Assembly Road, Saifabad, Hyderabad (Telangana)-50000410/05/2015
4Hybrid wood substitute compositesPatent No. 1768430120/NF/2016M/s VSM Industries Pvt Ltd, VSM House 11-12, Sanjeevani complex, Kadodara Palsana Road, N.H-8, kadodara, Surat (Gujarat) – 39432729/08/2015
5High Performance Hybrid Composite MaterialsPatent No. 1768430120/NF/2016with M/s Sidhi Poly Matrix Erstwhile Chauhan Fly Ash Products Ltd., Chandrapur, (Maharashtra)- 44240226//09/2015
6Advanced Hybrid Composite Wood and Wood substitute (AC Wood)Patent No. 1768430120/NF/2016Eco Bright Sheet Private Limited, 11/C, Street no. 11, Sector-I, Bhilai, (Chattisgarh)-49000107/03/2017
7Paver Blocks from Copper tailingsHindustan Copper Limited, a a Miniratna Company under Ministry of Mines, Govt. of India, Malanjkhand Copper project, P.O. Malanjkhand, District Balaghat (M.P.) 48111631/05/2017
8A novel process for making advanced radiation shielding materials for broad application spectrumPatent No 259564Assurays, Ground, C5, Sector 50, Noida, Gautam Buddha Nagar, U.P.-20130124/10/2017
9Deflouridation of drinking water using Nano adsorbant based domestic filter0121/NF/2016MW Social Enterprise Private Limited,383, B Block Silicon City, A.B. Road, Indore, M.P.-45200101/01/2018

1.  Hammer Tips for Sugar Mills

The technology developed in marketable form in 2013-2014. The salient feature of the technologies are:

Modified high chrome cast iron containing Ni and Mo hammer tip.

Brazed with steel base

Field trial analysis

Preparatory index above 84% ( comparable to conventional one)

Commercialization status

The technology has been transferred to M/S Asugar Engineering Services, Pune on


2.  Cement free Concrete

The technology has been developed in 2012-2013. Fly Ash based Cement

Free concrete made is fire resistant.

Solves global warming problem.

Obviates the need of water curing.

Energy  efficient  –  can  be  made  at  ambien temperatur (35-400C


Can be made by using conventional machineries.

Increase productivity  as strength  is achieve in seven  days  only compared to twenty eight days required for conventional  cement

Developed material is suitable for making prefabricated components for building materials.

Developed material is suitable for corrosion resistant coating of mild steel reinforcement used in concrete structures.

The increased productivity also saves on project cost and duration.

Developed Advanced Hybrid Organic-Inorganic geopolymeric materials possessing pentavalent silicon complexes” due to incorporation of Hybrid OrganicInorganic  liquor as special additives (3 to 5% only) leading to  improved engineering properties in comparison to conventional geopolymeric materials containing tetravalent silicon complexes” only.

Commercialization Status: The technology has been transferred on

11.05.2013 to M/S Jindal Steel and Power Limited, Raigarh. Technology is ready to be transferred to other parties

3.  MMC Brake drums

MMC (Metal Matrix Composites)  in particular Aluminium alloy composites,  has emerged as a new generation of engineering materials with tailor made properties. The particles dispersed composites generally do not offer improvements in strength, their utility lies principally in improved tribological properties, modulus hardness and low coefficient of higher efficacy thermal expansion .

Developed composite materials leading to development of Brake Drum for wear applications. Al Composites found excellent materials through stir casting techniques have been developed.

Brake Drums tested in Maruti Omni, Nissan Jonga Jeep for their performance.

Commercialization  Status:  Technology  has  been  transferre to  M/S Exclusive Magnesium Private Limited, Hyderabad on 11.05.2015.Ready  to transfer to other parties.

Business Opportunities: In view of large volume of industrial usage in automobile sector, good Business opportunities are there for entrepreneurs.

4. High Performance Hybrid Composite Materials

CSIR- Advanced Materials and Processes Research Institute (AMPRI), Bhopal has developed High-performance Composite (HP Composites) Materials as an alternative to synthetic wood, timber, plastic and FRP/ GRP products

The HP composites have been developed with multiple objectives on multidisciplinary     subject. The density of the composites can be achieved as per the requirement with glossy finish.

The HP composite materials are comparable to natural and synthetic wood and plastic, interns of it quality and applications  and thus could be used for multifunctional applications.

The major Advantages of HP Composites are:

™ Stronger than wood and conventionally avilable products such as Plywood, New Wood, Medium density Fibre Board, Rice Husk Board, Particle Board, Teak Wood .

™ Durable, Weather and Corrosion resistant

™ Resistance to water, moisture, Termite, insects and fungus,

™ Fire retardant, self-extinguishing nature

™ Cost effective & maintenance free composites

We can use this Composite as a finised products; as a core material and as a skin element in sandwich composite structure. It is a multifunctinal materials can be used as doors, falls ceilings, flooring tiles, partition wall panels, and for making furniture.

These Composites consume less energy for manufacturing and environmental friendly green materials.

This composites can be used as an architectural interiors in building industry and in train, buss, ship.

There are only 3 constituents/ raw materials needed for making this composites namely: Industrial waste particulates (Fly ash, bauxite waste, mineral waste, metallurgical wastes) / and fibres, polymers and are available easily.

Commercialization Status

The Technology/knowhow has been transferred to M/S Chauhan Fly ash Products Limited, Chandrapur on 11.05.2015.Ready to be transferred to other parties.

5. Hybrid Wood Substitute Composite

Technology has been developed for making composite panels using industrial wast particulates,  natura fibres  an polymers.  Th technology  was developed in form of lead long back in form of  lead, then in 2012-2013. However it was developed in marketable form in 20152016.The technology has been transferred to M/S

These composites can be used as a substitute for timber and plastic products. This technology has been developed as a consequence of the National Forest


Realization of this technology is expected resulting in the effective use of renewable resources and  contributing to reduce issues associated with fly  ash and industrial wastes management, deforestation and climate change.

Uniqueness of the products:

Stronger ( flexural, impact strength) than wood

Weather resistant and durable

Termite fungus, rot and rodent, moisture, resistant

Fire retardant, self-extinguishing nature

More cost effective than teak wood, GRP and products

Maintenance free

Use in variety of applications: Door, false ceiling, flooring, roofing, partition, and furniture

Beneficiaries & Application: Building construction industries, automobile, locomotive and transport system

Commercialization Status: The technology has been transferred to M/S VSM Industries Private Limited, Surat on 26.09.2015. Ready to be transferred to other parties.

6. Sisal Buffing Wheel

Sisal is one of the strongest agro based fibre amongst all plant fibres and is available in large quantities in Balaghat,  Seoni, Mandla, Betul districts of M.P. as well a in many other states viz. Chattisgarh, Jharkhand, Andhra Pradesh, Maharastra, Orissa, T.N. etc.

Sisal buffing wheels can replace the existing cotton buffing wheels (Stripper). It showed better performance and saving of time and electricity.

Stitching of layers and suitable mounting arrangements offer  ease in mounting on

Buffing Machines.

Suitable for applications in polishing/buffing industry, rural metal handicraft industry, engineering, automobiles and furniture. The use of sisal fibre reduces the buffing time to 15-20% as compared to cotton buffing wheels (Strippers).

Stitching of sisal felt/sisal cloth and cotton cloth can be carried out spiral manner having 5 mm gap approximately between two consecutive stitching circles and 5 mm stitch length approximately. The stitching is done by self locking stitches/ knots manually or by using a stitching machine.

The mounting of Buffing wheel can be carried out either by circular leather/plastic sheet and nails or by circular gasket sheet and aluminium rivets.

Helpful in employment generation in rural areas and benefit to growers of sisal fibre, farmers, producers and artisans etc.

Commercialization Status: Ready to transfer

7. Radiation shielding material

For the first time in the world, AMPRI has developed. A novel process for making non-toxic, highly effective shielding materials for attenuation Xray and Gamma radiation, utilizing industrial waste, namely red mud and fly ash. The evaluation of shielding characteristic of the developed materials was carried out at Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB), Mumbai. AERB has computed half value thickness (HVT) and compared it with that of conventional concrete and lead materials and suggested that shielding materials being developed can be used for the various shielding applications in diagnostic X-ray and CT installation

Non Toxic Lead free & rare earth free ,Density 2.0 4.5 g/cc , Shielding High energy EM Radiation:,X Ray, Gamma Ray & Neutron radiation, High Temperature Stability 13000C ,HVT (ShieldingThickness)Low thickness

Level/Scale of Development                 a) Laboratory level development

b) Semi Pilot Plant level trial successful

c) Developed radiation shielding materials is successful demonstration of at X-ray room of Govt. J. P. Hospital, Bhopal

Commercialization Status: The technology is ready to be transferred to industrial partners.

8. Waste Gypsum and fiber based Board / Panel for partitioning

Gypsum has been extensively used as a finishing material for wall and ceilings in the past. It exhibits excellent performance, very good appearance and healthful contribution for living conditions In addition gypsum has widely been used as construction  materials because of its relative low cost, easy handling and mechanical characteristics, suitable for different applications makes it a widely used construction material.  At the same time it also has some undesirable characteristics like heaviness, brittleness etc.    but these can be managed by suitable R&D. Now a day’s research on new and alternative building materials is very intense. In the present competitive market of building materials seeking a material that meets both socioeconomic expectations as well as environmental preservation.    Gypsum based composites have more and more extensive applications in the development of new type partitioning wall / panels material. United States of America, Australia, Japan etc., have successfully developed several kind of materials based on gypsum and showed merits like density, good insulating property for light portioning wall.  But these materials are developed using virgin gypsum.

The developed material can be made with significantly zero energy consumption. It can be    made in-situ, on site & on demand with wide range of working from manmade to mechanization techniques. It has following benefits.

•  Bulk utilization of  waste gypsum;

•  Savings o huge  capita investments (machineries) required in  production;

•  Saving of fuel and energy;

•  It does require very less curing without water ;

•  Fire Resistant Material;

It is Resistant to a) Heat,

b) Alkaline and Acidic environment.

•  Solves global environmental pollution

•  Developed material possesses improved engineering properties.

•  Energy    efficient    –  ca b made  at  ambient    temperature    (35-40C


•  Can be made by conventional machineries

Saving of precious land used for dumping of Gypsum waste

2. Ecofriendly material

3. Land saving from dumping of waste materials

Commercialization Status: Ready to be transferred after some value addition.


Filed in India







A novel multifunctional material for workability of geopolymeric system and its process thereof.

Amritphale Sudhir Sitaram, Chouhan Ramesh Kumar, Mudgal Manish, Verma Sarika, Das Satyabrata



A composition for polymeric foam structure without using foaming agents and process thereof

Syed Azhar Rasheed Hashmi, Satyabrata Das, Prasanth Narayanannair, Ajay Naik



A novel process for making “advanced cement free concrete and panels” by utilizing sea sand and sea water.

Amritphale Sudhir Sitaram, Verma Sarika, Khan Mohammed Akram, Padmakaran Prabha, Anshul Avneesh, Das Satyabrata



Low cost process of preaparing nanoparticles of gamma alumina useful for the defluoridation of drinking water

Indra Bhushan Singh, Archana Singh



Advanced non-toxic Red Mud based Nano gel type functional radiation shielding materials and the process thereof

Amritphale Sudhir Sitaram, Verma Sarika, Das Satyabrata



Lock-unlock Shape Memory Alloy (SMA) actuator device for Latch assembly

Bhargaw Hari Narayan, Dasgupta Rupa, Das Satyabrata, Hashmi Syed Azhar Rasheed



process for making non- toxic, homogeneous, radiation shielding glass utilizing of brine sludge and fly ash

Amritphale Sudhir Sitaram, Verma Sarika, Das Satyabrata

Complete after Provisional cases filed in India








Asokan Pappu, Goel Manmohan Dass, Morchhale Rajesh Kumar, Murali Shiramdas, Khan Mohammed Akram, Mishra Deepti, Kulshreshth Ajay, Amritphale Sudhir Sitaram, Lahiri Swati



A novel process for making advanced nano phosphatic hybrid inorganic – organic geopolymeric corrosion resistant coating material for mild steel substrate

Amritphale Sudhir Sitaram, Mishra Deepti, Singh Archana, Anshul Avneesh, Das Satyabrata

Filed in Foreign Countries


NF No.







An apparatus for testing shape memory effects in liquid bath

Hashmi Syed Azhar Rasheed, Bhargaw Hari Narayan, Ajay Naik, Pandey Jagdish Prasad, Yadav Mulayam Singh, Navin Chand




Functionalized brine sludge material and a process for the preparation thereof

Amritphale Sudhir Sitaram, Verma Sarika, Das Satyabrata




Advanced non-toxic radiation shielding materials from tailored brine sludge and a process for the prepration thereof

Amritphale Sudhir Sitaram, Anshul Avneesh, Verma Sarika, Khan Mohammed Akram, Das Satyabrata




A novel process for making advanced nano phosphatic hybrid inorganic – organic geopolymeric corrosion resistant coating material for mild steel substrate

Amritphale Sudhir Sitaram, Mishra Deepti, Singh Archana, Anshul Avneesh, Das Satyabrata