NanoChem is at the forefront of providing unique protein-based polymers that provide competitive performance for various products and processes environmental concerns for the creation of non-toxic products for a wide range of industrial, agricultural and consumer markets.
The company invents, designs, and manufactures advanced nanoscale silver additives that add permanent, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly antimicrobial and performance-enhancing characteristics to consumer, commercial, and industrial products. The company markets its patent-protected and Oeko-Tex® approved antimicrobial solution under the SmartSilver® brand that has worldwide recognition.
Nanologica engineers nanoporous materials for use in a range of industries, from pharmaceuticals to petrochemicals. Their patented technique enables them to create structures that have novel properties and functions based on their size, shape or composition that boost efficiency and lower manufacturing costs.
Nanops wide range of solutions goes from the delivery of nano raw materials to the production of finished products with, more in particular, coatings for steel and concrete structures. Different photocatalytic coatings, easy-to-clean coatings and coatings with a high chemical resistance are some of Nanops' specialties.
Founded on commercial agreements with Rice University and the University of Houston, NanoRidge has exclusive licenses for the use of technologies focused on applications of carbon nanotubes and other nanoparticles for production and sales of advanced nanomaterials.
Nanovia has the capacity for industrial production of nanofibrous material. This capacity is used for manufacturing barrier fabrics introduced to the market under its own brand names Nanovia AntiAllergy, Nanovia AntiMicrobe and Nanovia Waterproof, as well as Nanovia filtration materials. Nanovia offers its own production capacity for custom-made nanofibrous materials for different applications and final products.