Nanotechnology Companies in the USA
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Photo-catalyst nanomaterial and solution provider in the domain of environmental coating services and business integration.
Manufactures antibacterial and antimicrobial textile fibers coated with bamboo-carbon nanoparticles.
Precision motion control solutions for our OEM customers in semiconductor manufacturing, life sciences, electron microscopy, digital imaging, research and development and other industries.
Grolltex, short for 'graphene-rolling-technologies', is an advanced materials and equipment company with its core strength creating products based on single layer, CVD generated graphene.
GVD Corporation is a surface technology company that has pioneered nanoscale engineered polymer coatings that are unattainable using conventional technologies.
Nanoparticulate fuel and engine oil additives.
The company has historically specialized in the design and manufacture of instruments for optical spectroscopy. Although originally conceived for surface cleaning in optical spectroscopy and general optics, Harrick Scientific's plasma devices have found service in a wide variety of applications and in numerous technical fields.
One of the world's leading designers of nanotechnology research laboratories for National Labs, University Labs and Private Industry.
The company's expertise and available facilities are sputtering services; reactive magnetron sputtering, reactive PVD, metal oxides, nitrides, fluorides, multi-layers, dichroic filters, high-temperature diffusion barriers, moisture barriers, protected silver and aluminum; various reactive sputtering tool layouts are available for process development.
Developed a non-vacuum nanomaterial-based deposition processes optimized for its proprietary FASST manufacturing technology for thin-film CIGS photovoltaics.
Herzan is a comprehensive solutions provider for the precision research environment. Specializing in active vibration isolation and high performance acoustic enclosures, Herzan products help researchers overcome even the most troublesome environmental challenges.
HPMI develops cost-effective high-performance composite materials and systems.
The company is devoted to the design, development, and manufacture of machinery and technology for the synthetic fiber industry. Fiber technology capabilities include nanofibers and polyester nanotubing.
Scientific instruments such as SEM, TEM, Dedicated STEM, FIB, CD-SEM, DF Wafer Inspection System and Defect Review SEM.
Holographix replicates structures with pitches and depths ranging from less than 10 nm to more than 100 microns. Using proprietary cold-forming replication technology, virtually any surface structure can be replicated onto a variety of substrate shapes, sizes and materials.
A diversified technology comopany with various nanotechnology applications such as nano-laminate coatings for aerospace applications and nanoparticles in plastics formulations.
Hoowaki improves energy efficiency through friction and lubrication control, increase in heat transfer coefficients, and reduction of fluid drag. Using a low cost, proprietary route Hoowaki sells tooling to create micron-sized features on the surfaces of metals, ceramics and polymers.
HORIBA Scientific offerings encompass elemental analysis, fluorescence, forensics, GDS, ICP, particle characterization, Raman, spectral ellipsometry, sulfur-in-oil, water quality, and XRF.
The Hosokawa Nano Particle Technology Center in Summit, New Jersey, is a newly established operation dedicated to the development, manufacture and commercialization of nano-particles and composite materials. The US operation works in close concert with Hosokawa's Nano Technology Centers in Japan to bring Americas based customers the latest Mechano Chemical Bonding (MCB) Technology.
The company uses molecular beam epitaxy systems, materials processing and nanofabrication facilities to develop active and 'smart' materials as enablers for reconfigurable surfaces, adaptive structures and novel actuation as well as nanoelectronic materials to provide enhanced functionality and performance for future sensor and electronic systems.