Hybrid materials usually include compounds consisting of two constituents, engineered at the molecular level. Traditionally, the combination of compounds would maintain an inorganic and organic synthesis. Integran's advanced, metallurgical nano-technology platforms (Nanovate) leverage processes that allow for the homogenous combining of materials, focusing on the manipulation of structure on the nano-scale. These processes include nano-on-polymers and nano-on-metals enhancement capabilities
Decades of advanced materials research and development have led to a vast portfolio of proprietary processes that have revolutionized the manufacturing of both polymer-based and nano-metal-based hybrid structural components. These processes continue to actuate the true potential of metallurgical nanotechnology; enabling never-before-seen performance characteristics in critical parts across a suite of vital industries -- a feat that has yet to be replicated in any sector.
The Future of Hybrid Structural Components
Nanovate Technology Processes Applicable to Structural Hybrid Components:
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