TriboTEX offers a clean alternative to currently available lubricating blends that improves mechanical output by utilizing a self-assembling, nano-structured coating to simulatneously reverse wear while enhancing lubrication.
Since its founding in 1989, Trion Technology, Inc. has become the largest domestic US supplier of custom Plasma Etch and Deposition Equipment. Trion manufactures a wide variety of systems for the Compound Semiconductor, MEMS, Opto-Electronic and other markets.
Triton's area of interest and expertise in nanotechnology includes materials such as additives (Functionalized Nanoparticles for High-end Resin Applications, Nanoaddtives for Transparent Ballistic Materials) and barriers (O2 and H2O Barrier Films for Packaging Industry).
TTM provides production-ready nanotechnology for quality thermal management solutions for innovative systems including mobile, LCD, battery, solar, memory, automotive and LED applications. TTM provides heat pipe manufacturing nanotechnology and creates leading-edge thermal management products.
TTS has experience in development and deposition of thin film sputtered layers, in circuit design and thin film layers applications in hybrid IC's, HCMOS IC's, sensors, and precise resistive networks technologies.
ISOPAD is currently supplying custom design leading edge radiant heaters for use in CVD/PVD vacuum appplications. Customers include the major suppliers of OEM equipment to the Semiconductor, LCD and Photovoltaic industries where close control and reliable solutions for thin and thick film depoition are required.
Ultrafine's patented process allows the preparation and handling of nanoparticles while maintaining discrete nanoparticles in a highly concentrated state. The reversible encapsulation process facilitates handling, storing, and ease of use of such materials in a wide range of applications.
A developer and producer of the MMA - MEMS Motion Analyzer™ product family. These tools enable researchers to visualize and quantify three-dimensional surfaces and motions from millimeters to Angstroms.
Valentis' technology combines nanocrystalline cellulose (NCC), a biodegradable, transparent material made from plant pulp waste, with additional nanoparticles to produce highly improved polymeric films.