Arcnano employs state of the art manufacturing technologies and processes in a wide variety of disciplines spanning clean room wafer scale fabrication, precision machined parts, complex materials and electronics to make sensors, systems and mission critical components. Arcnano serves the semiconductor, photonics, data storage, medical, military, aerospace, instrumentation, and national laboratory markets.
The company manufactures research-grade Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) systems for a variety of coating applications . Our systems, such as the GEM-D2, are designed to deposit defect free resistive and emissive coatings that are perfectly uniform in thickness, even deep inside high aspect ratio (HAR) structures such as Microchannel Plates or Channel Electron Multipliers. The ability to deposit such high quality films on substrates with ultra-high aspect ratios is a key feature of ARRADIANCE systems.
ASPEX (Application Specific Products employing Electron Beam and X-ray technology) has engineered a particle imaging system that harnesses the full power and dynamic flexibility of electron-beam analysis, packaged in a compact and fully integrated system with total support. When accurate particulate characterization is important, electron-beam analysis is the method of choice.
Axion is developing advanced energy storage devices that it refers to as e3 Supercells. Axion's e3 Supercells replace the lead-based negative electrodes found in conventional lead-acid batteries with nanoporous carbon electrodes.
The oldest, largest and most respected dealer of used and refurbished semiconductor processing/manufacturing, microscopes, laboratory, electronic test and measurement, and general scientific equipment in the world.
Bing Energy, Inc. has an exclusive commercialization agreement to use Florida State University professor Dr. Jim P. Zheng's patented breakthrough nanotechnology to create a more commercially viable fuel cell. Building on the groundbreaking of Dr. Ben Wang, inventor of buckypaper, Zheng has pioneered a fuel cell that incorporates a thin membrane composed of carbon nanotubes, reducing the need for expensive platinum that, until now, have made fuel cells too expensive to be widely marketed.