K-Ball sales info

The commercial potential for the RAYBIF Industies’ patented kenaf balls in oil cleanup is substantial.  Statistics indicate that $400 million dollars were spent on oil remediation.  Dollars spent on oil remediation continue to grow at an average of 18% annually.   There is a growing use of environmentally friendly products as well as the need has moved from catastrophic oil spills to more local industrial uses.

K-balls are a product which is kenaf plant based, require no chemicals in growing or manufacturing, and provide easy reclamation of oil.  Its absorbance is measurably higher than any product currently in use at considerably lower cost and offers an environmentally safe avenue for disposal.  K-balls absorb virtually all oils, organic and inorganic, crude, motor, and food oils.

Raybif oil-absorbing pellets (K-Balls) are made of kenaf, a woody hibiscus plant which is grown in warm climates in the US including Texas, Florida, California, and Louisiana.  In addition, kenaf is grown throughout Southeast Asia. The kenaf plant is hardy and requires neither fertilizer nor pesticide.  The harvested kenaf fibers are insect proof and have indefinite storage life.  The supply of kenaf is readily available.

Raybif  uniquely uses pellets (K-balls) of entangled kenaf fibers providing an average absorbance rate of 1906% it own weight in first usage with small percentage decreases in the next two usages after reclaiming the absorbed oil.  Documentation illustrates K-balls to have this significant ability to absorb oil on hard surfaces, in water both salt and clear, and in turbulent water.   The K-balls not only effectively absorb oil, but offer a solution that allows easy reclamation, reuse and disposal of oil spilt.

In addition, the oil laden K-balls can be incinerated yielding approximately 7000 BTU/lb with less than 3% ash residue resulting in an environmentally prudent means of disposal as well as alternative fuel source.

The Raybif product offers the most effective means currently known to cleaning spilt oil that is both cost effective and environmentally friendly.