SIDLAKAN Reinforced Fire Bricks

6:50 PM |

SIDLAKAN Reinforced Fire Bricks are made out of farm wastes - rice hull ash & alluvial silt. This is a breakthrough in construction material technology.

These amazing bricks have been tested against heat, wind & excessive rains with astonishing results for almost 25 years now. Stress tests on these bricks show that they are stable even under extreme weather conditions.

The benefits in using this Pinoy technology are:

  • up to 50% savings on cement
  • five times stronger than concrete hallow blocks (CHB)
  • up to 40% savings on total construction cost
  • very good refractory qualities
  • ideal for making homes comfortable to live in
  • no need to paint! Bricks are naturally beautiful
  • resistant to termites

Sidlak Pinoy has been tapped by anti-poverty housing project Gawad Kalinga. The company has manufactured bricks in all sizes for homes in Mindanao, including the project in Natidasan in the town of Malaybalay, Bukidnon.

Aside from Fire Bricks, they also have the following:

  • SIDLAKAN Multi-Cop Dryer
  • Extruder Brick Machine
  • Engineered Bamboos

SOURCE:

Sidlakpinoy, Inc.
Sayre Highway
Alkuino Compound
8709 Valencia City
Bukidnon, Philippines
Mobile No.: +63-919-7809101
Tel.No.: +63-88-8283007
E-mails:
reyna@sidlakpinoy.com
manny@sidlakpinoy.com
ching@sidlakpinoy.com

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Te Piña of Rurungan sa Tubod Foundation

6:00 PM |


The pure pineapple fiber is a pure organic vegetable fabric. It is traditionally used for the female and male “Barong Tagalog.” It is now widely used for other contemporary fashion and home accessories.

The Rurungan sa Tubod Foundation (RSTF), a non-profit organization, is based on the Island of Palawan, located at the southern tip of the Philippines. The Foundation creates an alternative livelihood for women in the more poverty stricken rural areas of Palawan by teaching piña weaving technology. The Foundation also provides the physical and financial infrastructure for these women to engage in this sustainable art form. This endeavor continues to lead to innovations based on the unique looms and weaving methods used on the Island of Palawan.

The Foundation’s name derives from Palaw’an, the language spoken by the Palaw’an tribe. Rurungan is an indigenous Palawan organizing model. It is a cluster of women, usually related or living in close proximity, that pools their work and resources for craft making, planting and other economic activities. A male member from the tribe, known as the panglima (the mediator), often heads the group. Coincidentally, the Board of Trustees of the Foundation is composed of 4 women and 1 man. Tubod is a local word for “spring”, the source of life-giving water, which sustains and is sustained by ecologically friendly practices.

SOURCE: http://rurungan.org

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The Miracle Tree called Malunggay

6:02 PM |

Malunggay (Moringa oleifera Lamk) is dubbed as one of the “best bio-food on Earth”. It has taken part of the main stage in agricultural programs in Asia and worldwide. Also known for its various medicinal and culinary usage, many by-products of Malunggay are being discovered and processed on a regular basis.

Containing four times more calcium and two times more protein than milk, seven times more vitamin c than oranges, four times more Vitamin A than carrots, three times more Potassium than banana, three times more Iron content of Spinach, aside from being heavy HDL (high density lipo-protein– a rich source of amino acids, omega oils, and anti-oxidant properties), the capacity of Malunggay to be at par or to top other leafy green vegetables and other fruits is tremendous.

In the Philippines, Malunggay has been a part of the alternative/ therapeutic practices of the Filipinos. Grown as a vegetable tree or a border plant, its tree can easily grow in one’s backyard and will not require a high toll on maintenance. Being geographically conducive for Malunggay propagation and production, the Philippines is now among the top Malunggay producers in the world, just running behind India, Nicaragua, Madagascar, and Hawaii.

Due to extensive proliferation of the miracle tree and the recent discovery of its healing and medicinal capacities, the Philippine Government launched this 2008 a massive campaign on Malunggay planting and by-product production. Congressman Villafuerte of Camarines Sur spearheaded the governmental initiative of propagating Malunggay thru tree-panting by utilizing 700 hectares of land devoted to the growing of the trees. The Quezon City government is urging its constituents to plant Malunggay to curb hunger and diseases. Gov. Arnaiz of Negros Oriental has 350 hectares of malunggay farm.



SOURCE: DS PINOY


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Rolando de la Cruz Anti-Skin Cancer Invention

9:44 AM |

Rolando de la Cruz is a multi-awarded Filipino scientist and inventor who developed an ingenuous formula that could easily remove deeply grown moles or warts from the skin without leaving marks or hurting the patient. His formula was extracted from cashew nut (Annacardium occidentale), which is common in the Philippines and locally known as "kasoy".

In March 1997, dela Cruz established RCC Amazing Touch International Inc., which runs clinics engaged "in a non-surgical removal of warts, moles and other skin growths, giving the skin renewed energy and vitality without painful and costly surgery."

In September 2000, The formula won for de la Cruz a gold medal in International Invention, Innovation, Industrial Design and Technology Exhibition in Kuala Lumpur. De la Cruz's latest product called DeBCC, purportedly an effective cure for skin cancer garnered another two international gold medal awards, the first from the Archimedes Inventors’ Show in Moscow, Russia in March 2005, and the second one from the IENA International Inventors’ Forum in Nuremburg, Germany in November 3, 2005. The same invention also got the highest score from a panel of international judges, and was awarded the top World Invention Winner – Diamond Award and the Overall Inventors’ Award for 2006 in the British Invention Show last October 21, 2006 in London.

Dela Cruz is also recipient of the Department of Science and Technology’s Tuklas Award for Most Outstanding Invention in 1998 for his DeMole and DeWart products that are now available in malls.

DeBCC is an anti-cancer skin cream made from cashew nuts and other local herbs from the Phillipines. Dela Cruz bested 54 other inventors and 1,500 other entries. His new invention treats basal cell carcinoma, a common type of skin cancer generally caused by frequent exposure to sunlight and usually affects the face, ears, scalp, neck, shoulders, and back. (http://en.wikipilipinas.org/index.php?title=Rolando_de_la_Cruz)


SOURCE:


RCC Amazing Touch Int’l Inc.
Address:
22 Commercial Teachers
Bliss Condo II Balon Bato
Quezon City 1106 PHILIPPINES


Tel.:
 (632) 366-78-94
Tel/Fax: (632) 366-78-95

E-mail Addresses:
General Info. - mail@rccamazingtouch.com
Order Products - order@rccamazingtouch.com



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6 in 1 Waste Buster

6:31 AM |

This multi-functional waste buster eco-friendly machine can do six different tasks for the farmer and also for the Local Government Units for its Solid Waste Management.


  • Forage Chopper
  • Shredder – for rapid composting
  • Grinder – residual waste such as Styrofoam
  • Hammer mill – corn grains and other dry leguminous leaves as ingredients in commercial livestock and poultry feeds.
  • Forage mixer – for feeding different kinds of grasses
  • Decorticator – can produce coco fiber and coco coir dust from wet coconut husks


This 6 in 1 machine was manufactured by AGUSTIN GENERAL ENGINEERING SERVICES from the province of Cotobato, Philippines.

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