Materials

Materials

PFR Material Reformation


In the face of drastic climate change,
Big Rice Biotech is set out to save Earth,
starting with the essence of manufactured goods.
With our Plant Fiber Reengineering Technology,
we lead the reformation, and push forward to a more sustainable future.

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Products & Services

PFR Technology

  • Our chairman, Els Chen, has led us to pioneer in manufacturing eco-friendly products since the year 2001.
  • We reform agricultural wastes into 100% biodegradable toxic-pollutant-free eco-products; practicing the genuine methodology to reduce, reuse, and recycle .
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Plant Fiber Re-engineered Products

  • Our PFR Technology can intake any plant and re-engineer its fiber into a broad range of products. Products made with this technology encompasses those of daily essentials up to industrial equipment
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Production Machinery & Operations

  • The continuous R&D of our production machinery has matured our chain of production into a fully operational production system.
  • We can offer full-range support from hardware installations up to operational procedures.



PFR Product Sales

  • As global environmental awareness rises, and with more than a decade of hard work, Big Rice Biotech has successfully morphed from an Original Equipment Manufacturer to a real brand of a privately labeled manufacturer, leading the material reformation of manufactured goods with advanced technology.
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Comparison with Conventional Products

  • Plastic products with a melamine resin makeup are everywhere used in our daily lives. Although primarily advertised as shock and heat-resistant, it, in fact, is not entirely so. When at 30-40°C (86–104 °F), plastic made with Melamine resin becomes toxic and may cause severe damage to human health.
  • Another common plastic, are those made of polycarbonates (PC). Polycarbonate plastic, too, releases toxic chemicals when heated to 115–130 °C (239–266 °F).
  • Plastic made of polylactide (PLA) is a biodegradable and bioactive thermoplastic aliphatic polyester derived from renewable resources, such as cornstarch (i.e. USA, Canada), tapioca roots, chips or starch (i.e. Asia), or sugarcane (i.e. the majority of the World). Although promising, plastic with a makeup are extremely costly to manufacture. Thus, many plastic items advertised as PLA, in truth, are mixed with other polyesters to lower manufacturing costs. In other words, the PLA technology is too expensive to implement, and impure PLA products risk people's health when using these items.


Plant Fiber Melamine Resin Unpure Polylactide
Toxic-Free
Pollutant-Free
Heat-Resilient
100%
Biodegradable
by Land
100%
Toxic-Free
by Incineration
Harmless to Human Body
Environmentally Friendly