NanoMaterials Ltd. (Apnano) was established in 2002 and after its acquisition in 2013 became a fully owned subsidiary of the leading American company Nanotech Industrial Solutions, Inc. (NIS). NanoMaterials specializes in development and production of inorganic, multi-layered nanofullerenes and nanotubes, based on exclusively patented platform technology developed at the Weizmann Institute of Science.
These tungsten disulfide (WS2) based nanomaterials opened up new possibilities for developing extreme performance lubricants, coatings and polymer composites. The composition and morphology of these materials create a unique mechanism of friction-induced tribofilm release. The exfoliated nanoparticles attach to working-surfaces, fill in wear crevices and coat working surfaces with a continuous super-lubrication layer. This "surface reconditioning" effect was instrumental in the successful development of NIS's Corp, award winning NanoLub® family of Extreme Pressure (EP) Anti-Wear (AW) and Anti-Friction (AF) lubrication additives. The Company's R&D department is involved in extensive research and testing for additional WS2 based applications in the field of lubricants, coatings and polymer composites for such industries as defense, mining and metalworking.
NanoMaterials' inorganic nano-particles can be incorporated into polymer matrices to increase their strength and fracture toughness, and enhance their tribological and thermal properties.
NanoMaterials' multi-layered WS? nano-particles tackle one of the key problems of carbon nano-tubes, which is high rates of defects and agglomeration that translate to problematic dispersability.
Founded in December 2002 by experts in optics and non-destructive testing, Bossa Nova Technologies is specialized in the development of innovative non-destructive testing instruments for industrial applications. Strong expertise in laser ultrasound and polarization imaging have led Bossa Nova Technologies to develop sensors for various applications and technologies, ranging from cosmetic testing to defect detection in composite material.
We continually explore the application of innovative technologies through government or private R&D contract to enhance the performances of our instruments and develop new inspection techniques. We are interested in new partnership to expand the development of its technologies and introduce our products to new markets and applications.
Years of experience in mechanical/optical/electronics/software design coupled with a strong R&D background in lasers, optics and non-destructive testing make Bossa Nova Technologies the perfect solution provider.
Cheap Tubes supplies the carbon nanotube & graphene products you need at the prices you want to pay. We've supplied high quality carbon nanotubes and graphene products to academic and corporate researchers since 2005. Cheap Tubes has recently moved into a new manufacturing facility to better serve our customers' needs. We are ready to assist you!
Graphene Ink is now available! Please contact us to discuss your graphene ink needs. Our graphene ink can be deposited using conventional coating technologies for a variety of applications.
Prices are in grams for most products and per kilograms for Conductive Nanotubes Composite, Carbon Nanotube Masterbatches, Industrial Grade Carbon Nanotubes. Kg's can be purchased for gram scale products by entering 1000g (you don't have to scroll up, just type it in). CVD graphene Films are sold per substrate or 4 pack of substrates.
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Hielscher Ultrasonics specializes in the design and manufacturing of high power ultrasonic homogenizers for lab, bench-top and production level. Ultrasonic power is an effective and energy-efficient means to apply high shear and intense stress to liquids, powder/liquid mixtures and slurries. This makes it a strong alternative to high shear mixers, high pressure homogenizers and agitated bead mills.Hielscher ultrasonic devices are in use worldwide as laboratory mixers, high shear mixing equipment, full-size in-line homogenizers or particle mills. The applications span mixing, dispersing, particle size reduction, extraction and chemical reactions.
Hielscher ultrasonic devices are used in the synthesis of nanomaterials as well as in the formulation of compounds and composites containing nanomaterials. This includes the use of ultrasonics during precipitation and the deagglomeration of nano-size materials, like metal oxides or carbon nanotubes.
Ultrasound is used in the formulation of paints and coatings for: emulsification of polymers dispersing and fine milling of pigments size reduction of .
Ultrasonic cleaning is an environmentally friendly alternative for the cleaning of continuous materials, such as wire and cable, tape or tubes. The effect of the cavitation generated by the ultrasonic power removes lubrication residues like oil or grease, soaps, stearates or dust.
Labthink is a multinational technology company that is devoted to helping customers succeed, employees grow and brands gain respect. The headquarters of Labthink is in Jinan, China; its international headquarters is in Boston, USA; and its SAC IT Center is in Hong Kong, China. The company has more than 50 international distributors and more than 30 international service providers.
Labthink has taken the lead in proposing and drafting more than 10 national standards and has been granted more than 100 patents. Those standards and patents range from property testing for plastics, transmission methods for original data generated in testing to business mode for third-party laboratories and many other advanced technological and business areas.
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Lydon Oven Company designs and fabricates Lab, R&D and QA Ovens for plastics, pharmaceutical and electronic applications.
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Sunstrand’s products and operations have been designed to deliver consistent, high quality materials compatible with a large number of applications and a particular emphasis on providing bulk feedstocks for the plastics, polymer composites and non-woven manufacturing industries.
Prior to starting Sunstrand, Dr. Riddle founded Gradient Engineering, Inc in an effort to supply innovative design, material evaluations, research and development services to meet the needs of a growing composites industry. Seeing a growing interest in biocomposites, the team at Gradient began to monitor and research the area. The real work began when Gradient won a Small Business Innovative Research award from the prestigious National Science Foundation. This work pioneered the extraction of bamboo fiber from raw bamboo cane and the conversion of these fibers to forms compatible with polymer composites. During this work it became apparent that there was a need for a reliable supplier of biomaterials that understands the composites industry.
During the summer of 2014, Sunstrand was formed, not only to commercialize on the bamboo developments at Gradient, but to meet the needs of an industry by providing biomaterials and processing services. The company is located in Louisville, Kentucky which is in close proximity to agricultural feedstock suppliers and customers. Sunstrand now works with a variety of feedstocks including bamboo, hemp, kenaf, flax and jute. Sunstrand utilizes a team consisting of Mechanical Engineers, Chemical Engineers, Mechanical Engineering Technologists, Material Scientists and Technicians. The team has highly specialized composites design, manufacturing and testing experience. We come from broad industries such as wind energy, paper, snowsports, biomass, automotive, academia and aerospace.
Incorporated in 1980, TSI is a high technology company displaying steady growth over the last decade, establishing itself as one of the few Canadian based companies in its competitive fields. TSI currently operates in a fully staffed and equipped facility that includes laboratories, offices, a machine shop and testing area.
TSI performs research, development and manufacturing in the areas of:
automated non-destructive examination (NDE)
robotic welding and vision
transducers and sensors
TSI has also recently taken on the product distribution of several measuring instruments such as StressTel Ultrasonic Thickness Gauges, Raytek Infrared thermometers, Automation USA AuaNix Coating Thickness Gauges and various other instruments including Electromagnetic Testing products. TSI's products and systems are sold worldwide: in North America, throughout Europe, the Pacific Rim countries, mid-Asia and Australia.
TSI's forte is the development and manufacture of customized turnkey system solutions for the fields mentioned above. From the relatively straight-forward creation of automotive robotic welding systems to the development of customized NDT systems for NASA materials and biomedical research, TSI has excelled in systems that combine state-of-the-art technological innovation with quality engineering. For example, TSI's NDT systems are being used to inspect welds in steam generators, for remote inspection of turbines, for research into aerospace composite materials, to detect laminations and flaws in metallic alloy bars, to inspect aluminum aircraft wings for cracks, for the inspection of truck tires for leaks and separations and for the real time inspection of extruded stainless steel pipes. Through these examples, TSI's creativity, diversity and skill in designing systems to match unique applications can be seen. Our inspection techniques include ultrasonic, Eddy Current and X-ray.