Nano-Proprietary, Inc. to Exhibit at Nano Tech 2008
Austin, Texas-based Nano-Proprietary, Inc., announced that its subsidiary Applied Nanotech, Inc. will exhibit at "nano tech 2008" in Tokyo, Japan February 13 - 15, 2008.
ANI will exhibit five different sensor platforms, highlighted by our hydrogen sensor designed for power transformers and our carbon monoxide sensor system prototype designed with the potential to operate for up to 10, 000 hours on one battery and developed with the support of the U.S. Air Force and Department of Homeland Security.
Nylon 6 and Nylon 11 nanocomposites (CNTs and nanoclays) with substantially improved mechanical properties will be presented in the resin form for a variety of applications including sporting goods.
Carbon nanotube electron emission activities will be demonstrated including lighting devices (working in collaboration with Mitsui Corporation), field emission TVs, and a variety of electron sources for different applications. The highlight with respect to the subject will be the presentation of a differential ion mobility sensor (working in conjunction with Sionex Corporation) demonstrating the possibility to replace radioactive sources with electron emission devices using CNTs.
ANI will present work with Andes Corporation for destruction of biological contaminants. The highlight will be the PhotoScrub Air Handling Unit and the Biological Elimination Unit. The next phase of development will begin on these units in the near future to integrate them with air handling systems for destruction of biological threats and pathogenic contaminants.
Nano tech 2008 in Tokyo is the largest nanotechnology exhibit and conference in the world and is expected to draw over 50,000 visitors. The exhibition includes approximately 840 booths and 400 firms. This is the sixth consecutive year that Applied Nanotech has exhibited at this important conference.
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