Silco International manufactures and markets ultra pure silica nanoparticle dispersions produced in its modern state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Portland, Oregon. Sizes (diameter) from 5nm to 135nm are available. Because the particles have never been agglomerated during processing, precise control of particle size distributions is possible. Also the dispersions are free of large agglomerates, which range in size from 200nm to microns, that can cause catastrophic failure in many applications. The particles are dispersed in water or selected organics, and are easily incorporated directly into formulations without grinding or milling. As Silco International controls directly the entire manufacturing process, custom particle sizes and distributions can be tailored for unique coating formulations. Applications innclude paper processing, polishing of semiconductor substrates, coatings, catalysts, ceramics, investment casting, chromatography, wine fining and many other industrial applications
Professor Jacek Jasienak
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Dr. Laurene Tetard
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