Nissan Chemical America Corporation produces colloidal silicas and metal oxide solutions for scratch-resistant coatings for eyeglass lenses, automobile clear coats, and many other plastic parts needing protective coatings. The company also produce high-purity colloidal silicas used in the production of polishing slurries for the semiconductor industry. Their colloidal silicas are also used in the manufacture of synthetic fibers and textiles.
A technology development and natural resource company, focused both on the development of commercial applications of graphene and on the exploration and development of a portfolio of unique quality flake graphite properties in Norway.
The company produces high quality one-dimensional ceramic nanomaterials including titania nanotubes, titania nanowires, alumina nanowires, magnesia nanowires etc. Their flagship technology is Bendable Ceramic Paper Membranes.
NXTGEN NANOFIBER is an innovative technology company specializing in mass production of nanofibers for extensive end use applications including: air and microfiltration media, microporous breathable films, micron rated venting films, life sciences/pharmaceutical medias, and performance apparel. The company does extensive custom research, development and manufacturing for industry partners wanting to develop proprietary nanofiber technologies for specific applications and industries.
Ossila was founded by organic electronics research scientists with the aim of providing the components, equipment and materials (including nanomaterials such as fullerenes) to enable faster and smarter research and discovery.
Pardam, s. r. o. produces high-quality nanofibrous materials (inorganic NnF CERAM and polymer NnF MBRANE) manufactured using industrial forcespinning production technology. Pardam has been focusing on production and development of nanofibrous materials since 2009 and has extensive experience with electrospinning and forcespinning production technology. Various applications in e.g. separation membranes, battery separators, catalysts.