Nanotechnologies for Moldova
The primary problem for Moldova is the quality of water. Poor quality is caused by inadequate sanitation and excessive use of fertilisers. (Analysis of the needs of the country)
- Population: 3,549,750
- Capital: Chisinau
- Country rating according to OECD/DAC (GNP per capita): lower income country
How we can help
List of the smart city technologies best suited for Moldova. The full list of Czech smart city technologies is available here.
The FN® AQUA suspension with a patented formula contains mineral additives and a large quantity of photoactive titanium dioxide (TiO2) which is chemically identical to a food colouring – titanium white, a substance used extensively in food industry and cosmetics.
Industry and waste management
The RIFTELEN® N15 membrane is designed for filtration of liquids in the food industry - in plate filters, sleeve filters, and folded “star” cartridges of various sizes and shapes. The RIFTELEN® N15 membrane currently offers various degrees of filtration capturing particles from 5 μm to 50 μm.
Help during pandemic
Czech nanotechnology companies produce face masks, half masks, respirators and filters with nanofibre membrane. These products are extremely efficient in catching particles with size between 80 to 200 nm. That is an average size of virus.
Contact for establishing cooperation
Chairman of the Executive Board
tel: +420 603 417 229
Secretary for organizational agenda and communication with the media
tel.: +420 608 888 065
Nanotechnology for Smart Cities
This article is a part of the project Nanotechnology for Smart Cities as a Tool for Sustainable Development supported within international development cooperation of the Czech Republic.