FDL 2017


FDL Megatron Imploder, the future in your hand…

BEYOND current physics.

The apparatus is designed to efficiently and easily grind, dry and dehydrate diverse materials…

  • Higher processing efficiency
  • Reduction in processing costs
  • Reduction in energy consumption
  • Reduction in maintenance and servicing of equipment
  • Reduction in space requirements
  • The elimination of many handling issues
  • Significant savings in capital construction costs

……is suitable for most fine grinding and mixing applications in mining, quarrying, cement production, food processing, power generation, gasification, ingredient processing, farming and in the manufacture of cosmetics, paint, chemicals and pharmaceuticals.  It performs these processing tasks at substantially less cost and with higher efficiency than conventional equipment. Eliminates pathogens and odors.

The markets in question will be:

Depending on product and services for different needs, the FDL confirms its versatility and adaptability of usage; thus, also considering the current three models that provide different entry diameters for material inputs, and resulting in different treatment capacity per ton/hour of material.


In this scenario are well concerned, the founding principles of the philosophy of LBD srl, easy transportable energy production and at low cost for anyone, and the development of systems able to “clean up” or just decrease the pollution providing the most achievable results with lowest energy demand.

Quarrying refers to secondary mining, open pit and above ground removal of materials used for secondary applications such as building construction, road construction, cement, glass, farming, etc..  A number of aggregate materials are also used in foodstuff for human and animal consumption

Grains and seeds … FDL can process a wide range of grains and seeds very efficiently.  It processes whole grains and seeds more efficiently than conventional milling equipment due to its ability to fractionate the husk to a finer fraction.

Coal … Many countries throughout the world burn brown coal as a fuel source to generate electricity.  Although brown coal is abundant and relatively easy to access, one of its disadvantages is that it contains up to 65% moisture which significantly impedes its ignition.  In fact, up to two thirds of the energy generated from the burning of brown coal is lost in the process of drying it as it enters the furnace.  Accordingly, many of these power stations have an unenviable efficiency rating of less than 15%.


Coal to liquids technology requires coal to be ground to fine particles and dried before processing into gas and then liquefying it.

Maintains nutritional integrity in processed foodstuff

In food processing… FDL has the ability to process numerous ingredients, either separately or simultaneously, into very fine fractions.  The absence of heat during the process provides a number of beneficial aspects to the industry.

FDL  may also be used as a blender or mixer which can remove a number of steps from the production sequence.


FDL can process a wide range of grains and seeds very efficiently.  It processes whole grains and seeds more efficiently than conventional milling equipment due to its ability to fractionate the husk to a finer fraction.

Tyres … Most western countries have now banned the burning and burying of tyres as a form of disposal.  The pollution from burning is obvious, however, many of the problems associated with using tyres in landfill, such as movement of the land many years after it has been filled, are not commonly known.

Waste …can be used in numerous recycling applications, however, it is not suitable for processing household refuse, metal objects, plastic material or long-chain molecular structures in general.

FDL reduces the number of steps required in the milling process, thereby reducing energy costs and the ultimate cost of the end product.  The flour produced is usually higher in nutritional value due to the absence of heat that is generated by friction in conventional milling processes.

Remarkably, flour made from grains and seeds processed by FDL do not require preservatives to avoid rancidity.  Normally whole wheat flour will turn rancid within 3 months of manufacture, even when it is processed through microwave sterilization and preservatives are added, however, the flour produced by FDL  processing will remain sterile from pathogens for years after processing, thereby eliminating the necessity to use dangerous processing methods and undesirable preservatives.  Truly organic, natural flour can only be produced by FDL processing.

FDL  also has the unique ability to repatriate contaminated grains into a high grade flour, by removing moisture and pathogens from it during processing.  This is of substantial benefit in areas where a significant amount of grain is lost due to moisture and pathogen contamination, and in regions where high humidity and rainfall effects production.


In oil extraction processes, FDL’s  unique ability to rupture the husk structure makes more oil available than is possible by pressing or solvent extraction methods.


As already pointed out, the context to analyze for a possible market for the Lotus Flower cannot be refer to just a unique industrial sector but should concern the study and analysis of various industries and its subsets. To simplify the analysis we will refer to three main areas of application, making a grouping and generalization of the areas examined considering them as individuals and without going into specific sectors markets alike.


The method of analysis is necessary and due, given the many capabilities of the FDL to fit in different contexts and industrial processes.

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