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Manufactures antibacterial and antimicrobial textile fibers coated with bamboo-carbon nanoparticles.
Nanoparticulate fuel and engine oil additives.
A diversified technology comopany with various nanotechnology applications such as nano-laminate coatings for aerospace applications and nanoparticles in plastics formulations.
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.
Pioneered and continues to specialize in the design, manufacture, and application of Nanostructured® Chemical Tools derived from a class of chemicals known as Polyhedral Oligomeric Sil sesquioxanes (POSS®).
Design and development of advanced ceramic composite materials, coatings and thermal-structural components, including nanoengineered materials, produced by chemical vapor infiltration (CVI) and chemical vapor deposition (CVD).
Develops polymeric and inorganic - organic nanostructured materials for a variety of applications in the fuel cell and environmental area.
iFyber develops, licenses and sells nanoparticle coating technology used to functionalize natural and synthetic textiles for high-end technical applications.
Industrial Hard Carbon thin film coatings are characterized by extreme hardness, lubricity, high wear resistance, high corrosion resistance and a number of other useful qualities. The films are deposited by a proprietary plasma-assisted chemical vapor deposition process. Far different from the diamond-like and carbide thin films familiar to many in the coating industry, IHC films are created from layers of nano-crystalline diamond and nano-crystalline silicon carbide in an amorphous matrix of both elements.
Develops products in the field of nanocomposite coatings that improve the barrier properties of polymers and elastomers.
A developer of bio-based colloidal products formulated using a proprietary colloidal chemistry process. Food grade ingredients are processed to form a particle called a micelle. Micelles, one to four nanometers in size, are active ingredients in Inventek's products.
Manufactures a range of nanomaterials such as powders, coatings, polymers, colloids or resins.
LamdaGen manufactures a variety of functional nano-materials in the form of independent chips in common sizes and shapes for researchers who wish to work with a highly reproducible nano-structured metallic thin-film.
Offers custom fabricated finished components from advanced materials as well as semi-finished stock including nanofoams and nanopowders.
Master Bond Inc. is a leading manufacturer of high performance adhesives, sealants, coatings, potting and encapsulation compounds and impregnation resins. Their line of products consists of epoxies, polyurethanes, silicones, acrylics, polyamides and latex systems. They also include such specialties as anaerobics and cyanoacrylates. One and two component systems are available. Systems cure at room temperature, exposure to heat and upon exposure to UV light.
The company manufactures nanoparticle-based surface treatment for alloys in aggressive industrial conditions of elevated temperature and corrosion.
Provides innovative solutions in materials science based on nanocrystalline metals and ceramics.
The company commercializes nanocoating and nanocomposite technologies.
A developer and manufacturer of nano-enabled materials and ceramic manufacturing methods for components with enhanced performance or functionality.
MicroDysis designs and markets biomedical and environmental devices and systems that use embedded carbon nanotubes to solve a wide variety of real-world problems. The Company's patented micro-molding fabrication and nanotube assembly techniques are able to embed vertically oriented carbon nanotubes into a polymer matrix. This approach increases the functionalized surface of a device by 10,000 times and provides an ideal matrix for attaching molecular probes and other chemically active absorbers for maximum detection sensitivity.
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