Turning Rice Husks into Gold
Sony’s latest innovation: Triporous™, a porous carbon material made from rice husks.
Thanks to its unique patented microstructure with 3 different pore sizes,
Triporous offers potential applications in a wide range of fields,
such as water and air purification. By making use of excess rice husks,
Triporous will lead to technological breakthroughs in various areas including textiles,
bringing us closer to a recycling-oriented society.
Triporous is a new material made from rice husks, of which more than 100 million tons is generated worldwide each year. Recycling this surplus biomass contributes to the realization of a more environmentally conscious, recycling-oriented society.Read more
The use of rice husks as a raw material gives Triporous a unique microstructure that enables easy adsorption of materials that are difficult to adsorb with conventional activated carbon. Adsorption is also much faster. Furthermore, the capacity of Triporous to carry a large quantity of active chemical agent opens up possibilities for many different functions.Read more
Taking advantage of the outstanding adsorption characteristics of Triporous, we are working to develop products and solutions for a variety of fields that require water purification, air purification, or deodorization.Read more
- May 13, 2021Launch of The New Project by A-POC ABLE ISSEY MIYAKE (in Japan only)
- March 19, 2021Updated "Triporous FIBER™"
- October 28, 2020Lecture at Re-think Circular Economy Forum
- October 1, 2020Triporous wins Good Design Award 2020 in Japan
- May 25, 2020Triporous is published in "Sony and the Environment"
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