Kievnov has provided numerous systems and equipment to convert waste products to a marketable, granular fertilizer. If you have a dust, liquid, or filter cake that consists of fertilizer chemicals, we can provide the proper testing, and/or tolling to help you define a custom system for your application.


From compaction granulation to disc pelletizing and drum granulation, we can create a fertilizer granule from your waste material.


One common application is ammonium sulfate, which is generated in nickel refineries, flue gas desulphurization in coal fired power plants, and caprolactam production used to make nylon.

Kievnov Inovative Solar Panel , we were able to create artificial light by recording the light and playing it at night through reflective panel and generate electricity even at night

The vehicles was buit 'in order to advance technologies that have applications for future vehicles both in space and on Earth.'

'With seating for two people, MRV is a fully electric vehicle well-suited for busy urban environments, it says.

MRV is driven by four independent wheel modules called e-corners.

Each e-corner consists of a redundant steering actuator, a passive trailing arm suspension, an in-wheel propulsion motor, and a motor-driven friction braking system.

Each e-corner can be controlled independently and rotated ±180 degrees about its axis.

This allows for a suite of driving modes allowing MRV to maneuver unlike any traditional vehicle on the road.

In addition to conventional front two wheel steering, the back wheels can also articulate allowing for turning radiuses as tight as zero.

The driving mode can be switched so that all four wheels point and move in the same direction achieving an omni-directional, crab-like motion.


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Kievnov is coming with its own prototype in December 2015

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Kievnov Algae Bio Diesel Business Opportunity

The race is on for a new form of fuel. With gasoline skyrocketing to more than $4 a gallon, dependence on imported oil and depleting resources worldwide, finding alternatives to petroleum-based fuel and fuel-related products is urgent. Fortunately, scientists have been studying the production of alternative products to make a cleaner, greener fuel for years.


It’s possible now we can use one of these alternative fuels in the near future. Alga (or its plural, algae) may be the miracle element in the search for a more environmentally-friendly, mass-produced product that can be converted into fuel. Algae grow naturally all over the world. Under optimal conditions, it can be grown in massive, almost limitless, amounts. Did you know that half of algae’s composition, by weight, is lipid oil? Scientists have been studying this oil for decades to convert it into algae biodiesel — a fuel that burns cleaner and more efficiently than petroleum.

You may be wondering exactly how this slimy green stuff can be turned into a fuel for cars and airplanes, and even for the heaters that warm our homes and schools. We have found out what makes biodiesel from algae so exciting.

Replacing fossil fuels with algae, a renewable resource, to make biodiesel is an exciting possibility. Before we dive into the subject of algae biodiesel, let’s get to know more about algae. More than 100,000 different species of plantlike organisms belong the algae family. They come in various forms and colors, from tiny protozoa floating in ponds to huge bunches of seaweed inhabiting the ocean. Leafy kelp, grassy moss and fungus growing on rocks are all forms of algae. You may even see algae in different colors such as red, green and brown. Algae are easy to grow and can be manipulated to produce huge amounts without disturbing any natural habitats or food sources. Algae are easy to please — all they need are water, sunlight and carbon dioxide.

So, are algae all the same? Various algae contain different levels of oil. Of all the algae out there, pond scum — algae that sit on top of ponds — is best suited for biodiesel.

During the biodiesel production process, algae consume carbon dioxide. In other words, through photosynthesis, algae pull carbon dioxide from the air, replacing it with oxygen. For this reason, algae biodiesel manufacturers are building biodiesel plants close to energy manufacturing plants that produce lots of carbon dioxide. Recycling carbon dioxide reduces pollution.


Kievnov - Waste to Fertilizer machine

Since Kievnov was formed, we have played a central role in the development of the global renewable energy market and we have helped to move the sustainable energy debate from the margin to the mainstream. We have a portfolio of low-carbon energy technologies and a range of services which together can meet demand from the industrial, public and commercial sectors on whatever scale., We continue to play a role in what is now the world's fastest growing energy sector.


KSET is also an independent Renewable Energy Research and Develpment and mannufacturing company. We own and operate a growing portfolio of Wind Farms, Biogas , Waste Water recycling, Bio Diesel plants and many more projects around the world, currently revolutionising the world.


KSET Biogas team is collaboratin g with international agencies to convert waste to wealth using modern and upgraded technologies to save our forest , firewood being used for fuel. We are the worl d leading biogas solution provider that offer modern and proven technology endorsed by international standards.


KSET offers the installation of solar plants utilising either Photovoltaic power (PV) or Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) in Dubai and the Mediterranean region through our partners . We have the know-how, the resources and the project management capabilities needed to develop, construct and operate solar fields for large scale power generation connected to the grid.


KST has recently embarked on its first large-scale biomass power station developments in Africa . The 100MW project Africa will generate green electricity for homes and businesses, provide 'green collar' jobs and contribute to the regeneration of the area.


KSET is involved in the offshore wind, wave, geothermal and tidal sector. KSET Offshore offers integrated development, engineering, construction and O&M services for utility-scale renewable energy projects.

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