Developed environmentally efficient and resource-saving technology for producing and finishing fundamentally new wear-resistant composite parts for use in nodes of post-printing equipment based on the grinding of waste aluminum alloys - silumins with solid lubricant (or without) allows to manufacture new parts that wear resistance significantly exceed the known parts which operatt in similar conditions. Developed technology is based on the use of powder metallurgy processing steps in combination with precision machining of the friction parts’ working surfaces.
As the volume of work created new ways of obtaining highly basic aluminum coagulants, which are based on the interaction of aluminum hydroxide and magnesium and calcium sodium aluminate coagulants with hydrochloric acid and can be effectively used in the process of softening water and lighting. An polikationit new flocculant by polycondensation of amines and epichlorohydrinе and polyacrylamide during amination by condensation with amines and formaldehyde. Developed new scientific approaches to the removal of heavy metals from galvanic.