MMFX Technologies Corporation, headquartered in Irvine, California, is a material science company focused on commercializing its patented micro- and nanotechnologies that enable the manipulation of steel microstructure to derive optimum product properties. The nanotechnology is protected by six U.S. patents and related filings in approximately 50 countries/regions. Importantly, the patents cover both the manufacturing process and unique microstructure of the steel.
MMFX Technologies Corporation has successfully commercialized its groundbreaking science through the marketing and sale of its high-demand MMFX2 branded products, uncoated concrete reinforcing steels that provide superior strength and corrosion resistance. MMFX2 is marketed and sold through its two operating subsidiaries, as well as Portland, Oregon-based licensee, Cascade Steel Rolling Mills.
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