Markets Nano Materials can Disrupt Markets
Expertise in developing advanced materials for unlimited industries
Applied Sciences develops and manufactures next-generation advanced composite materials. These materials significantly enhance the performance properties of products they’re added to. And when you increase a product’s performance, you positively change the experience your customers have with it. In turn this increased value becomes something your customers expect, demand, and keep coming back for.
Our nanomaterials are poised and proven to disrupt markets such as the aerospace and defense industries, sporting goods, consumer electronics, advanced energy, and the automotive industry.
We research and develop advanced material applications for products in many different markets. If strength, lighter weight, reinforcement, absorption, or conductivity is expected from your product, we can customize a nanomaterial for you.
Applied Sciences has a rich history of development work funded by the U.S. Air Force and NASA. We’ve also worked on product development for Northrop Grumman, GE Aviation, and Polyone. We’re now applying what we have learned and are using our patented products in commercial markets to improve consumer goods.
Applied Sciences works closely with large and small defense contractors to develop superior composites for use in ground, air, and sea-based military systems. Advanced materials help reinforce equipment, aircraft, ships, and vehicles on the frontlines so they’re more reliable, safe, and longer-lasting.
Advanced materials are perfect for adventure brands and sporting goods where weight and durability are important to customers. When we add carbon nanofibers to skis, snowboards, helmets, rope, jackets, packs, and gear, they become lighter, stronger, and more durable, and effective. This offers sports enthusiasts who crave lighter equipment a more durable product that lasts.
Applied Sciences works with customers at all levels of the automotive supply chain to develop the next generation of advanced materials for automotive applications. We’ve found opportunities to add carbon nanofibers to strengthen car tires, lightweight fenders, and more.
Electronics and Energy
Applications for carbon nanofibers abound in both advanced energy and consumer electronics. Nanomaterials can improve electrical conductivity and manage the temperature in products that plug in or have batteries.
Our nanomaterials enable industrial processing equipment to operate with more efficiency and greater reliability. Processing costs are lowered and savings from incremental efficiencies add up over time.
From sound to optics to endless consumer products, there’s an opportunity and application for advanced materials. If you manufacture a consumer good, we can likely improve it. Click the button below to learn more about our contract research.