Inframat® Corporation ("IMC") is an emerging technology company founded in 1996 to develop nanostructured materials to improve performance and extend the life of coated components used throughout the global infrastructure. To date, the Company has been funded over $8 MM primarily through "customer-based financing," i.e. Government contract R&D and corporate joint development. Its rapid sales growth was recently recognized by a Y2002 Deloitte & Touche Connecticut Technology Fast50 Award, a first for a "pure play" nanotechnology company.
Inframat's patented core nanotechnologies are built around:
Major product development activities are in the areas of:
IMC’s pilot plant is capable of manufacturing 20 tons of nanopowders for a wide variety of customer applications.
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