These are not just small pieces of metal. These are future technology drivers.
Nanopowders – is a powders which particle size is less than 100 nm.
When the size of nanomaterial particles is in the range of 1–100 nm, a quantum-confined effect arises, leading to qualitative changes in properties that are not inherent in either macroscopic objects or individual atoms.
Nanopowders are used in various industries, from medicine and agriculture to automotive engineering and the development of quantum computers:
Nanoadditives to fabrics to give them resistance to creasing, wetting, soiling, high temperature, etc.
Digital technology, optics
Nanofilms for eyeglasses, computer and camera displays, windows and other surfaces that will be given waterproofing, self-cleaning, ultraviolet-, infrared- and scratch-resistant properties, protection against bacteria, etc.
Nanomaterials for cosmetics, which have antimicrobial properties and other
health benefits, and also enhance the impact and effectiveness of cosmetics.
Nanostructured materials for the food industry.
and the aviation industry
Nanoengineering materials for the automotive and aviation industries: high- power battery systems; thermoelectric temperature control materials; friction- resistant tires; high- performance sensors and electronics; fuel additives and advanced catalysts that reduce emissions to the environment and change the properties of lubricants.
Structural materials with specified physical and chemical properties.
Nanoengineering materials to improve the quality of household products, e.g., grease and stain removal, environmental sensors, hazard warning systems,
air purification systems and filters, antibacterial cleaning agents, specialized products for painting and sealing.
Ceramic nanocoatings that extend the life of moving parts of various devices
– from electric tools to industrial machines.
Nanoparticles that are used in the catalysis process
to accelerate chemical reactions and thus reduce the need for catalysts, thereby reducing costs and environmental pollution. The main areas of application are oil refining and the production of automotive catalytic converters (catalysts).
Nanotechnology for use
in various computers, communications devices and other electronic products in order to create faster, smaller and more mobile systems capable
of storing increasing amounts of information and managing data flows.
Nanoparticles as the basis for creating quantum com- puters.
3D metal printers that can produce high- precision parts based on nanopowders of various sizes cheaply and quickly.
Nanoparticles that have
the ability to absorb light
of a certain frequency can be used to treat tumours without the need for surgery.
Nanopowders have a wide range of applications in the energy sector, including the creation of new generation solar cells.
Nanoadditives to polymer composite materials
for giving lightness and strength to various products (baseball bats, tennis rackets, motorcycle helmets, car bumpers, etc.)
The plant produces nanopowders with unique consumer properties due to the control of physical, chemical and mechanical parameters in the production process.
The final products are nanopowders of various metals and their oxides, carbides, nitrides, packed in a liquid or carbon matrix, or dry products in sealed containers filled with an inert gas:
Unique properties of our nanopowders
The purity of metal (from average purity of 99.90% to ultra-high purity of 99.999%).
The size of nanoparticles (three categories: 5–20 nm; 30–60 nm; 80–100 nm).
The narrow distribution of nanoparticles in size, i.e. the high selectivity of the powder.
The regular geometric shape of nanoparticles.