DBV Research - over 10 years of revolutionary inventions

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by DBV Research 

DBV Research - over 10 years of revolutionary inventions

Since 1993 we have been delivering unique technical solutions with a global approach of each and every project. Besides the fact that we are renowned for our research and innovation proposals in national auctions, we have successfully participated in various conventions abroad.

Just one example would be the International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva, where we gained notoriety by obtaining two gold medals and one silver in the 1998 edition. Locally, we are recognized by the Ministry of Research and Development through a title which we acquired in 1995.

Our portfolio covers a wide range of industries, including but not limited to automotive, transportation, nautical, agriculture, construction energy recovery and natural resources exploitation.

Our invention

Expandable container TRIVOL

We use the recycled material obtained from shipping containers that are out of use. By means of simple technological procedures we transform the packaging container with repeated use in expandable volumes.

We use a new expansion concept based on a ”floating deformable parallelogram mechanism”.

How expandable mechanism works: Two floating defor­mable parallelogram mechanisms and a rotating support bar fitted below each chamber are required to obtain an expandable TRIVOL container. One of the bars receives a rotating moment and moves the chamber by rack-pinion effect. The other chamber moves symmetrically driven by the two gears.

Expandable house TRIVOL

The technical solutions according to the new concept were deve­loped based on the following: nSolving the bending resistance.

  • Simplified construction:

The solutions of the new concept enable:

1. obtaining floor space specific to residential houses or other collective activities. Through symmetrical expansion, we obtain a usable surface of approximately 90 sqm from the 40 feet container, and a usable surface of approximately 120 sqm from the 53 feet container.

2. it is possible to completely recycle the 40, 45, 53 feet shipping containers and to use them entirely as recycled materials.

3. no built-in expansion mechanism is required, nor an on-board power source.

4. it is a product of low complexity and can be set up by any team with average training with the aid of standard tools.

5. it has a very low production price per unit of habitable surface.

6. the installation time is very short and it can be easily relocated, when necessary.


The OPOC -DBV concept opens the way to a new generation of OPOC engines. The concept is completely different from conventional systems, proposing a courageous arrangement of the connecting rods, tilted sideways. First of all, any errors related to execution as well as those occurring during operation no longer affect the operation of the engines. Its construction is extremely simple because it can be assembled without screws.

The volumetric compressor transfers the compressed air through the center of the external piston, through the linear pocket directly into the combustion chamber exactly when needed. The transfer of the compressed air also takes on the cooling function of the piston head and pre-heats the air admitted into the combustion chamber.

The recovery of the energy from exhaust gas is ensured by an electric turbo-generator. The OPOC-DBV engine becomes a compact engine with power specific to conventional engines charac­terized by simple construction and excellent specific powers.


Portal Scanner DBV

In the current stage, the scanner is an assembly able to generate a radiography of the actual state of a given body.

The scanner, by means of its specific features, transmits information that helps detect objects with increased hazard potential.

It can be used to detect objects in freight transport trucks, vehicles with booby traps, or objects on or in the ground.

The scanner can also be used for identifying damages to special land vehicles.

By comparing the radiography of the actual state with the radio­graphy of the initial state, it is possible to make decisions regar­ding repairs before actual dismantling.