Nanomaterial Chemical Testing

Nanomaterials and novel engineered nanotechnology offer great potential to improving the quality of life when used in applications across a variety of industries and consumer products.

To realise the full potential of your nanomaterial products, it is vital to understand the unique properties of these materials and to address potential safety or risk concerns for human health and the environment.

Our extensive nanomaterials and nanotechnology capabilities include pre-clinical study design, regulatory affairs and liaison, toxicology, epidemiology and risk assessment. We can help you to address key issues such as whether the properties that render nanomaterials unique (e.g., size, relative surface area, chemistry and functionality) are associated with unanticipated biological consequences and toxicity. With our expertise, we help you to understand your product and assess any potential health or environmental effects.

At Nanomaterial Powder, our scientists also provide the chemical and physical testing you need to meet evolving national or international regulatory requirements. Our team characterise your products through nano-scale analysis covering the critical attributes of particle size, morphology, dispersion, uniformity, and optical and physical properties.

With Nanomaterial Powder, as your partner we can provide the chemical, physical, toxicology, risk assessment data and regulatory support you need to progress your innovation, manufacturing or regulatory submission. Our expertise spans sectors as diverse as cosmetics, polymer composites, pharmaceuticals, textiles, electronics and specialty chemicals such as insecticides or paints.

  • Textiles – In apparel and textile products nanomaterials are used to enhance performance or improve functional properties, such as antimicrobial, flammability resistance, fragrance release, moisture management, shrink resistance, stain resistance, static protection, UV protection, water repellence and wrinkle resistance.
  • Pharmaceuticals – Pharmaceutical formulations utilise nanoencapsulation as a way of achieving potential improved bioavailability for pharmaceutical active ingredients (API).
  • Food and Nutrition – Nanotechnology impacts the food sector in many ways, including nutrient and bioactive absorption and delivery systems, ingredient functionality, improved colours and flavours, detection and control of microbial, allergen and other contaminants, and food packaging properties and performance.
  • Cosmetics – Cosmetics have been developed to achieve optical effects by incorporating nanosized polymer entities or silica particles to give a ‘flawless’ or ‘brightened’ appearance. Nanoliposomes technology can help achieve a controlled release of a fragrance or a moisturiser and, in some cases, help improve product stability. Regulatory requirements drive the need to characterise nanosized ingredients in these products.
  • Speciality chemicals – Specialty chemicals such as insecticides are increasingly incorporating nanosized systems to add a functional benefit to products. Formulations with nanoencapsulated active ingredients have the potential for a more targeted or controlled release over time.
  • Rubbers, plastics and composites materials – The physical and mechanical performance of these materials are being enhanced through addition of nanotechnology such as carbon nanotubes, which are very thin tubes of elemental carbon (approximately 1/100000th the thickness of a single human hair).
  • Electronics – Improving the electronic and optical properties of materials and components used in electronics is being explored through the use of nanomaterials such as graphene. Applications include batteries, electrodes and transparent conductive films.

With a proven track record of working with some of the world’s leading organisations, you can trust us to help you assess exposure and minimise the risks associated with your nanomaterials.

What İs Nanotechnology ?

Nanotechnology is science, engineering and technology in the nanometer scale, which is about 1 to 100 nanometers.

Nanoscience and nanotechnology are the workings and applications of extremely small things and can be used in all other scientific disciplines, such as chemistry, biology, physics, materials science and engineering.

 

 

Nano Powder Production

The equipment produces metal nano powder by using Pulsed Wire Technique (PWE) technique. It is simple and low price, and running cost is extremely low because of high energy efficiency, but the quality and productivity of powder is the best.

Advantages:

  • Easy to produce nano powder whenever and wherever.

  • Possible to produce all kind of conductive metal, alloy and metal oxides.

  • Possible to fabricate nano powder of high fusion point metal including tungsten(W).

  • Environmentally friendly process (no by- products).

  • Simple mechanism and easy service.

  • Low cost and high (productivity).

Colloid Maker Equipment

 

This equipment can make both metallic-powder using any kinds of conductive metallic wire and ceramic powder under oxygen. It is designed to easily manufacture nano colloid including nano-sized particle by simple operation.

 Advantages:

 

  • One Step Process for Nano Colloid whenever & wherever

  • Nano powder is done by filtering and drying

  • Possible to make all kind of metal nano particle such as Al, Ti, Zr, W, Fe,Co,Ni, Cu, Ag, Zn, Sn, Pt, Au etc

  • High energy efficiency by using pulsed power

  • Environmental friendly-No By Products

Applications:

  • Nano Colloid, Nano Fluid

  • Conductive Thick Film Ink

  • Conductive Polymer Filler

  • High Conductivity Paste

  • Catalysts, Biotechnology

  • Painting and Coatings

  • Plastic Additives