World-Class Filipino Ingenuity

Barbalite Technologies engages in the design and development of environment-friendly novel products. Our patented innovations include the Floating Garbage Collector, Typhoon-Proof Billboard, Portable Hot Tub, and the award-winning Barbalite Solar-Powered Road Marker.

In 2012, Barbalite received the Filipinnovation Award with a cash prize of PHP 100,000 from the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) for the Solar-Powered Road Marker. The competition was among technology-based, start-up companies across the Philippines. In the following year, Barbalite with its partner Epro Display Co. Ltd. received a Gold Medal for the same outstanding innovation in the 2013 British Invention Show in London, the United Kingdom.

Mr. Percival Gammad Barba, long-time member of the Filipino Inventors Society (FIS), continues to lead the company since its inception in 1987 as PGB Trading, a proprietorship which engaged in acquiring and selling of assets with private corporations and government agencies.
Today, Barbalite is in partnership with E-pro Display Co. Ltd., L-Trend Optoelectronics, and Green-Pro Technology Inc. for the mass production of the Barbalite Solar-Powered Road Marker. Our partners based in Taiwan are ISO 9001 and 9002 certified and have their own internationally recognized awards of excellence.
Barbalite Technologies remains steadfast in following its guiding adage “Honesty is the Best Policy.” The company upholds its belief in providing exceptional products and services at a fair price that should benefit the company’s clients, stakeholders, and the public.

In the Media

Continuing a proud tradition, inventors from the National Capital Region again won top prizes in this year’s National Invention Contest and Exhibits (NICE) which was held last July 31, 2016 at the SMX Convention Center.
The award-winning Filipino invention Barbalite solar-powered illuminating road marker now lights up highways and bridges in Luzon and the Visayas.
Retired Philippine National Police (PNP) General Percival Gammad Barba invented the Barbalite Solar-Powered Road Marker presented during the National Inventors’ Week organized by Filipino Inventors Society Producers Cooperative (FISCP) last November 2014.
Retired Philippine National Police (PNP) General Percival Gammad Barba invented the Barbalite Solar-Powered Road Marker presented during the National Inventors’ Week organized by Filipino Inventors Society Producers Cooperative (FISCP) last November 2014.
A Philippine National Police (PNP) general and part-time award-winning inventor wants his world-class invention – a solar powered illuminating road marker – to be not only 100 percent Filipino designed and developed, but also locally manufactured and assembled.
Percival Gammad Barba, a high-ranking official of the Philippine National Police, spent his career protecting the public from crimes. With only a few weeks left before his retirement from the service, the 55-year-old father of six children now wants to use his invention to protect motorists and commuters from accidents caused by poorly lit roads.

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