The Plantrose Process can be licensed by our partners and customers to convert their locally available biomass into cellulosic sugars, clean lignin, and supercritical crystalline cellulose, enabling scale-up of profitable bioproduct, biochemical, and second generation biofuels, markets worldwide. Renmatix’s technological innovation, the use of water-based chemistry, provides a cleaner, faster, and lower-cost method for deconstructing biomass into Plantro sugars, Omno polymers, and SC3 . These products become the building blocks for a multitude of renewable downstream technologies to serve significant bioporduct and biochemical market demand; to begin providing meaningful volumes of plantrochemicals, in lieu of the conventional petroleum-derived equivalents.
Renmatix Technology Licensing is Converting Chemistry™
At Renmatix, we are Converting Chemistry™ by licensing our Plantrose® Process technology. Plantrose process technology enables renewable value chains to be competitive with their current petrochemical competitors. This platform provides for sustainable industrial activity while still meeting bottom line economic objectives. Renmatix provides manufacturing licenses to allow broad and accelerated use of Plantrose technology worldwide.
Renmatix® licensing provides access to the significant intellectual property that has been developed by our dedicated and experienced technical team since the company's inception. Each license includes licensing support that is standard in the chemical industry. Our philosophy on licensing relationships is that Renmatix succeeds when our licensees are successful. In keeping with that, customary upfront payments are received during the design and build of each facility, but the bulk of proceeds for Renmatix are generated from production-based royalties. Our world-class technical facilities provide the operational capabilities to ensure that any particular biomass and downstream use for a licensed facility will meet expectations of the licensee.
For more information about licensing the Plantrose® Process, or obtaining access to Plantro® Sugars, Supercritical Crystalline Cellulose™ (SC3™), or Omno® Polymers, contact us with a description of your relevant needs and interest at: email@example.com.