SouthWest NanoTechnologies, Inc. (SWeNT),
the leader in high quality, single-wall and specialty multi-wall carbon nanotubes
(CNT), will be exhibiting and presenting a paper at the Nano Science and Technology
Institute (NSTI) Nanotech Conference and Expo 2010 June 21-24,at the Anaheim
Convention Center in Anaheim, CA. At SWeNT's exhibit (booth # 751), its innovative
new ink products, nanoPly™ coated fabrics and new applications for its
specialty multi-wall (SMW) CNT will be featured.
The subject of the SWeNT paper is "Novel Carbon Nanotube Ink Technology
Allows High-Volume, Low-cost Printing of CNTs Using Commercial Printing Methods
and Equipment". SWeNT's Director of Manufacturing, Dr. Philip Wallis will
present the paper June 22nd at 2:20 p.m. - Room 210B. Wallis has more than 30
years of experience in research and development of ink technologies and carbon
SWeNT's CNT Inks, based on V2V™ Ink technology developed by alliance
partner, Chasm Technologies, Inc. can be printed using commercial, high-volume
printing methods and equipment, including flexographic, gravure and screen printing.
This breakthrough ink technology, combined with SWeNT's unique ability to tailor
the synthesis of CNT materials for applications (using its patented CoMoCAT®
process) will enable customers to print large area, low-cost devices for a wide
range of applications including energy-efficient lighting, affordable photovoltaics,
improved energy storage and printed electronics.
At NSTI, SWeNT is also seeking collaboration partners to accelerate commercialization
for its CNT-enhanced cathodes that can significantly extend the lifecycle of
Lithium Ion batteries in plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV).
To arrange an interview with SWeNT executives at NSTI, please call Andrew Lavin
at 516-944-4486. [email protected]
SouthWest NanoTechnologies (SWeNT) is a privately-held specialty chemical
company that manufactures high quality single-wall and specialty multi-wall
carbon nanotubes, printable inks and CNT-coated fabrics for a range of products
and applications including energy-efficient lighting, affordable photovoltaics,
improved energy storage and printed electronics. SWeNT was created in 2001 to
spin off nanotube research developed at the University of Oklahoma.