Biosurfactants are chemicals secreted by various bacteria, most notably Pseudomonas Aeruginosa.
Rhamnolipid is a non-toxic environmentally safe biosurfactant.
Bacteria secretes chemicals to protect itself. Those biosurfactant chemical secretions have many powerful applications.
Biosurfactants vs Surfactants
Surfactants are synthetic “man-made” and produced from petroleum. Petroleum-based Surfactants are not safe to discharge into the environment. Biosurfactants are natural, “green” non-toxic, biodegradable and non-toxic to the environment and renewable from nature.
Since bacteria is everywhere, so are Rhamnolipids. Rhamnolipid biosurfactants have been granted tolerance exemption by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) for numerous industrial applications. RhamnoWash™, our bioremediation product, is registered with the EPA.
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Rhamnolipid Mobile Applications
Rhamnolipid, Inc. is able to produce onsite rhamnolipid.
Our Rhamnolipid soil washing application “RhamnoWash™” can release the bond between metals and soil, while also sequestering metals for harvesting. RhamnoWash™ can break apart hydrocarbons (petroleum) in the soil and leave non-toxic minerals.
Rhamnolipid has effect on both gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria. Rhamnolipid can break apart the cell walls of the HLB Citrus Greening bacteria rendering it ineffective.
All applications use our “New” Drone Technology
Our Mobile Rhamnolipid Biosurfactant Applications are:
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Rhamnolipid Liposomes and Peptides
Through extensive research, Rhamnolipid, Inc. was able to develop Rhamnolipid applications using Liposomes and Peptides.
Developed by Dr. Jonas Contiero, our new patent can be used as a powerful anti-bacterial application for many different industries.
The Rhamnolipid Peptide application inhibits DNA Gyrase and Topoisomerase IV (Topo IV) activities, blocking the DNA bacterial replication and regulating its cell growth for new antimicrobial applications. The new rhamnolipid antimicrobial application creates cell membrane permeability.
Rhamnolipid has effect on both gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria. Rhamnolipid can break apart the cell walls of the HLB Citrus Greening bacteria rendering it ineffective by using our rhamnolipid liposome application injection method.
We continue to develop new rhamnolipid applications rendering our older rhamnolipid patents and applications more effective with less rhamnolipid usage. One application we are presently working on is a partnership for a chitosan rhamnolipid environmental cleanup technology using drones "Rhamdrones™".