Directory:Barotex Technology Corporation

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Barotex Technology Corporation is actively engaged in the innovation and creation of specialty fiber solutions that will significantly redefine the composite material industry and impact the world.

Barotex fibers are currently processed out of mineral rocks of volcanic origin through multiple confidential patented processes. The base fibers formulated with carbon or ceramic fibers and/or various metals have been developed into new hybrid composite type materials and technologies to open a new page in 21st Century fiber material science. Depending upon the weave and composite material introduced into the fibers, BAROTEX can work as a replacement for Carbon Fiber, Kevlar and other such high demand materials.

Barotex is recyclable unlike fiber glass composites. In construction for example materials need to be recycled in order to prevent them from entering landfills.

: "Just about anything any other composite can do Barotex can do it better, for less money in a sustainable manner." -- Congress:Former Member:Daniel Bowers (March 6, 2009)


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Official Website

How it Works

Mr. Beuzieron is the inventor of Barotex® Specialty Fibers, a revolutionary fiber technology that that, depending upon the formula and specific use, is quickly proving to be far superior to current industry leaders such as Kevlar and Carbon Fiber. Barotex® Specialty Fibers will be the primary product offered for sale by Barotex Technology Corporation. Barotex® Specialty Fibers will have wide application across a multitude of market sectors including Aerospace, Automotive, Defense/Ballistics, Recreation, and Marine Industries.


Cost Comparisons - 2-page PDF. Anywhere from $3.25 USD a yard to $12.60 USD a yard, depending on application and grade of fiber.


Barotex fibers are what we consider a "green" product, because of their ingredients (non-petrochemical based), the process by which they are produced and their use as an alternate material for many industries:

Barotex fibers are an inorganic material.

Barotex fibers are not petroleum based.

Barotex fibers are patented and produced from lava rock via a patent pending process.

In the production of Barotex fibers, for every 100 lbs of base material used plus the small amount of additional chemicals added, the company realizes 95+ lbs of fibers.

Because the raw materials are smelted at such a high temperature, most of the "lost base material" is consumed by the heat resulting in an almost emissions free production process.

Products made using Barotex fibers can be recycled through a process very similar to the original production process which will result in a very limited amount of emissions.

Because Barotex fibers are made from volcanic rock it is highly unlikely there will ever be a shortage of base raw material for its production.

Barotex fibers are not affected by acid, harsh chemicals, UV rays, heat, extreme cold, thermal conditions, electricity and most other items that can greatly affect composite type fibers.

When used as a replacement for wood/metal in the construction industry, it will save countless thousands of trees.

When used as a replacement for steel and other similar products in the industrial and construction industries, Barotex fibers reduce pollution generated in the production of these materials.


Steel replacement

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The following features were itemized on March 6, 2009 by Congress:Former Member:Daniel Bowers

Fiber reinforced cement: Railroad ties, I-beams, sewer pipes, structural foundations, etc.

Transportation: Maritime, automotive, aviation, flying cars/ jet packs

Brakes, rotors, chassis, muffler, steering column, mast, hull, sail, airplane wings, fuseloge, positive displacement pump, hydro/ pneumatic tanks and pistons.

Defense: Manned portable missile launch tubes, tanks, ballistics suppression, advanced dielectric properties (stealth capable), high thermal threshold (can replace titanium in many applications whereas carbon fiber can not).

Medical Implants: Hip replacement, knee replacement, pins, (won't set off the metal detector in the airport)

Sporting goods: fishing rod, tennis racket, kayak, mountain bike, eco surf board

Misc: duct tape, tow rope, lamp/ utility pole, permeable membrane for construction, fire suit (tyvek replacement),

High melting point and fire resistance gives added time for people to escape structures in the event of terrorist attacks like 9/11.

Increased ductile strength in cement can withstand earthquakes and other natural disasters.

In the event of flooding the material will not hold moisture which means structures remain habitable.

Composite towers for wind and solar.

Off-shore energy: (corrosion resistance) wind towers, undersea pipes/ cable housings for electrical and fuel transport. Tidal/ wave energy platforms, blades, pumps, etc.

Chemical/ fuel storage

Double walled insulated pipes for brine solution in solar thermal systems. I.E. Solucar, parabolic trough etc.

Low Head hydro turbine assembly (everything except the wires, magnets, and lubricants) blades, bolts, etc.

Space frame structures

It would be possible to virtually construct an entire city and most everything in it from Barotex and to do so would be highly sustainable.

Big plus for bridge construction in regions where they deice roads with salt. It will not rust! For that matter if you make a car out of it you will not need all of the petroleum based protectants to prevent the material from oxidizing.

Freeze it, shoot it with a flame thrower, put it through a meat grinder and it will keep coming back for more. (in some forms the only way to cut Barotex is with a diamond coated blade or perhaps a laser).

Added safety benefit: barotex rebar weighs less which means there is less chance of workers hurting their backs, increased production, reduced workers compensation).

Most of the composite fabrication techniques/ technologies already exist although the guys at Barotex Technology Corp have proprietary fabrication methods for producing the actual fibers.

When the guys at Barotex say it is "the fiber of tomorrow here today" they have only scratched the surface! Maybe even the surface of the moon?!

It is the space-age advanced composite material." (Daniel Bowers)

Independent Testing

Barotex Technology Completes Testing and Files for FAA Approval for Its Aerospace... - Results have substantially exceeded the expectations of partner companies who participated in the testing. (Reuters Feb. 8, 2008)


Inorganic fabric Patent number: 7223708


A fabric is formed from yarn comprised of inorganic filaments coated with rayon. Specifically, the inorganic filaments are spun from a melt of volcanic black rock and are comprised of calcium oxide, magnesium oxide, potassium oxide, aluminum oxide, iron oxide, silicon dioxide, titanium dioxide, sodium oxide, and boron. As a result of its composition, the fabric is temperature resistant and lightweight, yet strong. Preferably, the fabric exhibits a melting point between 1500° C. and 1650° C., a working range of ?130° C. to 700° C., a density of 1.6 g/cc, a surface density between 160 g/m2 and 350 g/m2, and a tensile strength between 500 lbf/in2 and 1800 lbf/in2. Diagram


Company: Barotex Technology Corp

Barotex Material Company was founded in 1996 by Lilo Beuzieron and was incorporated as Barotex Technology, Inc. in 2004 after 8 years of intense research and development.

Lilo Beuzieron, CEO

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Inventor: Lilo Beuzieron


In the News

DiMora Natalia SLS 2: World's Most Expensive Car - The world's most expensive car could also be the most durable: it's body and frame are made from volcanic rock. (Web Wombat Aug. 14, 2008)


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Barotex Technology Corp:

23852 PCH

Suite 736

Malibu CA 90265

United States

Tel: 1/310-451-7400

Formerly known as:

FutureVest Inc

Diamond Worldwide Inc

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