The activity of the company involves specifically tailoring adaptable magnetic sensors to meet a range of bespoke and industrial requirements, offering a choice of previously unmatched characterestic combinations that are essential to many industries and applications. The company's sensors rely, for their operation, on the concept of "Band Gap Engineering" as opposed to traditional semiconductor Hall effect sensors which rely on the "bulk" properties of the semiconductors.
Cambridge Nanotherm Ltd, was established in 2010 to commercialise proprietary nano-ceramic technology for use in the electronic industry. The technology has been developed by internationally renowned scientists who are co-founders of the company.
Graphene NanoChem and its operating subsidiaries, Platinum NanoChem and Zurex Corporation manufacture performance speciality chemicals and advanced nanomaterials from renewable sources including waste materials.
Intrinsiq Materials Ltd is a start-up focused on Engineering Materials Solutions at the Nanoscale. Focused primarily on Cleantech and Wellness, the company uses either their patent protected nanomaterials plasma production or nanoporous materials platform technology to develop IP that enhances the performance and improves the competitive position of their clients' products.
P2i has exclusive access to commercialising the ion-mask™ plasma enhancement technology and is now commercialising it for the medical, biosciences, electronics, textile and automotive and aerospace markets.
Teer Coatings Ltd. is a specialist PVD (Physical Vapour Deposition) coating company, consisting of three main parts: the design and manufacture of a wide range of coating deposition equipment, test equipment and magnetrons; commercial coating services; and R&D - both contract and in house.
Tetronics Tetronics is one of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of High Temperature DC Plasma arc technology. The company has been active in the field of nanopowder production for the last 20 years and has a wealth of knowledge in this exciting growth area. The high temperatures and steep thermal gradients present in the plasma hot zone, combined with the inherently clean, controllable nature of plasma makes it ideal for the production of a vast range of metallic, composite and ceramic nanopowders.