Continuous Innovation and Adaptation

India takes a significant leap towards self-reliance in nanotechnology with the development of an indigenously manufactured Dual-Drive Planetary Ball Mill – EcoType Alpha by DravyaShakti. This revolutionary ball mill utilises mechanochemistry principles  to grind materials down to the nanoscale (<100 nanometers, that’s about 100,000 times smaller than the width of a human hair!), opening doors for advancements in various industries.



Nano particles play a crucial role in drug delivery systems, enhancing precision and targeting specific cells

more precise diagnosis, leading to best treatment


Nanomaterials in the development of fertilizers with controlled nutrient release

Nano sensors assist in detecting contaminants in food

Paints & Pigments

providing brighter, more vibrant colors and more area with less material

better deposition and more homogenous flow

Skin Cosmetic

Nanoparticles are utilized in sunscreens for improved UV protection

for better penetration and effectiveness
quantum dots


Carbon nanotubes could lead to smaller, faster, and more energy-efficient electronics.

develop highly sensitive and selective sensors


Nanocoatings on fabrics provide water and stain resistance, enhancing the durability of textiles

develop hygienic and odor-resistant textiles


Nano materials play a pivotal role in enhancing the efficiency of solar cells and Fuel Cells

advancements in energy storage devices
clean soil


Nanoparticles can be used to clean up contaminated soil, groundwater and air

clean drinking water for millions of people

Unveiling the Challenge

The Problem We Aim to Solve

The industry grapples with a significant challenge as it heavily relies on the import of high technology related to nanoparticle size. This reliance spans crucial applications such as medicine, nanoscale sensors, paint pigments, coatings, cosmetics, pesticides, fertilizers, and solar cells. The lack of indigenous technological capabilities poses vulnerabilities, impacting the industry’s autonomy, cost-effectiveness, and ability to tailor innovations to specific market needs. The imperative to import technology hampers self-sufficiency, introduces logistical complexities, and potentially restricts the industry’s competitiveness in a rapidly evolving global landscape.

Low Capex, High Value Products

Growth Outlook for Target Industry

New Revenue Streams for Industry

The revenue generation potential of a new formula for the industry depends on various factors, including the nature of the formula, the industry it targets, its competitive advantages, and market demand. Here are some ways a new formula can contribute to revenue generation for an industry-

Direct synthesis of materials hence better chance of non-adulterated product.

New revenue streams from developed APIs in biosimilars & Generic drugs

Margin increase from optimization of raw materials/ Import substitution of raw materials

The company can enter new markets or expand its market share in existing segments. This can lead to Premium Pricing, increased sales and revenue from previously untapped customer base

If the new formula is patented or protected by other forms of intellectual property, the company can generate revenue by licensing the formula to other businesses in exchange for royalties or licensing fees.

Become net exporter instead of importing the Nanomaterials

It has the potential to contribute to the overall development of an academic institution

ecotype alpha BENIFITS

Induction of Ecotype Alpha into the Production Line

Install a minimum of 5 EcoType machines to produce nano-scale materials in batches from 100gm to 1kg

Ensure the reactivity of the nano materials aligns with industry standards, specifically in the Pharma API sector.

We will help you establish a network with top-tier intelligent scientists and professors to assist in optimizing the production process.

Customize solutions available to specific needs through our indigenous company.

More affordable than importing or developing foreign technology with external experts