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A technological breakthrough that uses nanotechnology to provide cement producers with an opportunity to lower energy costs, lower Co2 emissions and produce cement and concrete that is superior to anything else in the market.

Ecoadmix - hdt

Lower energy costs, lower Co2 emissions & better cement

A report by World Cement in June 2021 asked professionals to give an opinion on the cement industry's biggest challenges; perhaps unsurprisingly, the top three were:

31% - Cost of energy
27% - Increased overcapacity
21% - Environmental considerations

What you are about to learn is a game-changer for the industry, an invention made possible by a scientific breakthrough that uses nanotechnology to naturally change the molecular composition of cement.

The benefits are far-reaching and can go a long way in addressing industry concerns. Moreover, this solution is cost-effective, easy to adopt and will allow our partners to significantly increase their profits.

What HDT can do for your business

HDT is a scientific discovery with the power to change an industry, a natural, chemical free, low-cost additive that allows cement manufacturers to lower their production costs.

HDT can be seen as the holy grail for the cement industry.

We offer the opportunity to produce cement that is better than anything else in the market for less, providing significant cost savings as well as environmental benefits by reducing Co2 emissions. Further cement that contains HDT produces more sustainable and better concrete structures.

What is HDT?

HDT has rightly been hailed as an 'era shaping material for the modern and global construction industry'. This statement is supported by many tests, facts, opinions and experiences of a growing group of industry professionals and experts during various diverse constructions.

HDT (High Durability Technology) is a powder additive comprising a unique mix of natural materials modified with nanotechnology. The invention improves the reactive performance of all types of cement and all known cement replacements (GGBS, PFA, Clay etc.) without the use of chemicals.

HDT is a universal multifunctional additive which increases the initial and final strength of the concrete, significantly increases its water resistance, the resistance to frost and effects of a hazardous environment, and substantially reduces the shrinkage factor of the concrete.

This single admixture performs the functions of a Binder, Sealer, Superplasticizer, Strength Enhancer, Hardening Accelerator, Waterproofer and Acid, Chloride, Salt and Frost resisting agent, outperforming anything else in the world.

HDT works on molecular and nanoparticle levels, allowing low-clinker CEM III /A & B or CEM II type cement to be used in high-performance concrete or cement production. In addition, HDT, through its ability to transform 'Green' cement into a viable replacement for CEMI Portland cement, offers cement producers the opportunity to make considerable gains in reducing energy costs and Co2 emissions.

HDT is certified by EN European Standards for its multifunctional properties and a broad range of resistance properties.

We can split HDT's Ground-breaking benefits into three categories

  • Up to 66% Lower Energy Use & Co2 Emissions in the production of clinker
  • Up to 50% Lower Energy use in the grinding process
  • Produces concrete that has greater strength, uses less water, is easier to use, is waterproof, frost resistant, acid, salt, chloride and sulphate resistant and produces more sustainable concrete structures. 

Lower Energy Costs - Lower Co2 Emissions

HDT Solving The Biggest Barrier To The Use Of CEMIII A & B Cements

Low Early Strength - Solved 

It is well known that our industry contributes about 7-8% of the world's Co2 emissions, the third largest cause of man-made CO2 emissions.

The established approach of using supplementary cementitious materials (SCMs) to lower the clinker factor of cement and reduce Energy & Co2 emissions in cement production has been around for a long time. However, the adoption of 'Green' cement such as CEM II/B, CEMIII/A or CEMIII/B has been slow due to the significant drawback of its early strength properties.

Progress but at a price!
In recent years real progress has been made, with many leading cement producers making significant breakthroughs and introducing to the market high-performance cement with 50% or more SCMs. This is welcome and great news.

The main issue with these newly introduced cements is they are often expensive to produce and can require significant investment with changes to the cement production process. So, whilst on the one hand, they are solving the issue of low early strength in 'Green' cement, their adoption is being held back by the need to charge a premium for them.

There is also the unknown issue of the long term impact on the sustainability and durability of the concrete, with many of these new developments using a cocktail of chemical additives to achieve the desired result. Only in 10-20-30 years time will we know for sure what the chemical effects are on the buildings used with these modified 'Green' concretes.

HDT is a natural solution
The breakthrough that HDT has achieved makes using 'Green' cement viable in that it brings a host of benefits, including lower Co2 and a reduction in energy costs, lower grinding costs and concrete using this cement inherits greater strength, waterproofing, frost resistance, corrosive resistant and more naturally without chemicals and crucially more cheaply.

Further more our invention has been responsibly tested for some time, with the first projects being built back to 2010. These structures are performing excellently even 13 years on, with all the benefits and properties HDT brings.

Considering the opportunity to make 'Green' concrete affordable combined with all the other benefits HDT brings, it is easy to see how 'Green' cement enhanced with HDT could quickly become the No. 1 cement in the world.

We understand anyone in the industry hearing this may consider this too good to be true; we get it.

Nevertheless, we can back every claim we make with validated test results from independent testing facilities.

If you would like to explore this fantastic opportunity further, we are happy to enable you to test our invention and perform your tests easily and quickly. Then you will see with your own eyes the vast potential here.

Lower Grinding Costs Increased Mill Efficiencies

The effect of HDT, when used as a grinding aid, is to change the molecular structure of the clinker grains, making them easier to break down because of the formation of additional microcracks and dislocations of the crystal lattice. This breakdown of the clinker particles means the clinker becomes easier to grind, saving cement producers between 30-50% in energy costs and producing a finer grade of cement.

HDT creates a monomolecular layer that decreases the surface energy of the particles and, combined with finer particles, makes the flow of material through the mill easier and less clogging of the milling machinery. In addition, with the less heavy cohesive build-up of material on the grinding machinery, the mill can work more continuously with less cleaning needed, less stop and starting and a grinding mill that has to work less hard to achieve the desired results.

This contributes to less wear and tear, more uptime, improved efficiency and productivity and lower energy costs—all good news for cement producers.

Better Cement , Better Concrete

HDT, as a multifunctional additive, offers many benefits that all combine to make any concrete structure built using it more sustainable.

●Rapid early strength
●Water resistance
●Reduced permeability and voids
●Improved hydration of concrete
●Lower water requirements
●Lower concrete shrinkage
●Reduction in crack & micro cracking
●Increased flexural & compressive strength
●Increased uniformity
●Increased resistance to Chloride, Sulphate & Acid attacks
●Reduced freeze-thaw damage
●Resistance to seawater
●Reduced steel reinforcements

HDT/ Nano-Technology provides an economical way to lower energy costs and is an environmentally friendly green technology with unrivalled performance in reliability, strength, resistance and durability.

Background & Development

The Inventors

The discovery of HDT was made by Mr Formaty Laszlo, born in 1952, in Uzshorod, USSR, a graduate from Donetsk State University in 1976, majoring in Chemical Materials Science and Formaty Jevgenyija born in 1953 in Uzshorod, USSR, graduated from the Uzhgorod State University 1976 with a degree in finance and credit, and later a graduated from Kharkov State University, specializing in inorganic chemistry.

Laszio and Jevgenyija moved to Budapest, Hungary, in 1987, where they worked on several scientific projects and developments.
In 2006 they made a scientific breakthrough that would become HDT a few years later, an invention that has the power to impact the cement and concrete industry significantly.

Pre- 2010

In 2008, the first version of HDT was released and certified, with granted permission & recommended for its use in acid resistance, frost resistance, density (reduction of pore volume), chloride penetration and sulphate diffusion environments and all the enabling documents and EN Standard certificates necessary obtained.

In 2008, Budapest University studied the comparative properties of additives from various companies: Sika, Mapei, and Hydroplasztika.

According to the test results, the HDT additive was recognized as the best in frost resistance and shrinkage characteristics of concrete.


In 2010, the CEMKUT Laboratories researched additives in the clinker grinding process, which provided a new direction in the use of the product in the cement industry.

Since 2013, we've carried out ongoing work on HDT as a grinding aid for slag. Tests were tied to a specific production under very high temperatures and harsh conditions; we considered the existing slag grinding technology. Many results were obtained, which were very promising and drove us to research further this use of HDT.

In 2014, the protection of the trademark HDT No. 214713 was made at (Szellemi Tulajdon nemzeti hivatala)

In 2016, additional studies were carried out, in addition to the existing requirements of the EN 934-2 standards, according to which it is customary to determine the many additional functions of HDT additive with various cement types, including CEM III/B 32.5 N-S concrete.

Subsequently, HDT was granted permission to be used in acid resistance, frost resistance, density (reduction of pore volume), chloride penetration and sulphate diffusion.

2019 - 2023

2012 - 2022 HDT meets compliance standard EN 934-2 across various cement types incl. CEM III/B 32.5 N-S concrete.

2019-2022 (HDT / Protector) meets compliance standard EN 934-2: 2009 – A1:2012; EN 12620: 2002 + A1: 2008 Aggregates for concrete.

On September 10th 2018, EcoAdmix Global Ltd was formed to establish a global company operating from the UK. The company owns all rights to HDT and the technology protected by 'Know How' registration and has the authority to licence the technology worldwide.

Since 2019 work has continued on the development of HDT to understand how to gain the maximum benefit from the technology. This has entailed exhaustive testing and working with several companies to get HDT used on full-scale construction projects.

Other products have also been developed for other construction uses, so HDT now has multiple applications.

We are now at a point where we are ready to expand what has been a development project to gain worldwide usage.

In 2023 the decision was made to seek partners to allow full-scale production of HDT and its adoption as a better product than CEM I Portland cement in general construction.

know how protection

Licensed in over 200 Countries

The company has gained many certifications for HDT; you can view these by clicking the button below.

independent report

Fieldfisher Consultants

Fieldfisher is one of the world's most respected consultancies with offices worldwide. Read their report on EcoAdmix - HDT it will add further weight to the benefits of our invention.


Over the last few years as we have continued to develop HDT and understand better its capabilities we have partnered on a number of construction projects to test HDT, a sample of these projects are shown here.





We are looking for partners...

We hope what you have learned excites you with its potential and what this could mean for your business.

Our thoughts on the next steps would be to arrange a meeting where we can answer any questions you might have and discuss how we might work together. With the remarkable claims we have made next, we suggest that if all has gone well in our meeting, we organise a series of tests conducted at one of your testing facilities so that you can validate our claims.

From there, when you have seen with your own eyes the power of what we have and the good it can do, we can discuss doing more significant testing to satisfy you that the lab tests you conduct can be replicated on a major scale.

At that point, you will have all you need to fully grasp the significance of what is in reach.