Performance of materials and cost competitiveness are critical benchmarks for a successful project, and above all, the material must be able to transition from applied research through manufacturing while keeping critical design attributes in spec. We get it. We can help.
Historically, nanomaterials have been fraught with technical and cost challenges when scaling-up for industrial manufacturing. While there is a collective understanding of its potential to enable a broad range of technologies across industries, there is a lack of experience in transitioning nanomaterials effectively for commercial-scale use. Nanomaterials require a commercialization process unto their own that, when thoughtfully executed, works in harmony with your internal product development systems & processes.
During our 15+ year tenure in the nanomaterials space, Cerion has invested $50M in equipment and capabilities and continued to develop methodologies and best practices for preserving the technical attributes of nanoparticles during scale-up – with some proprietary processes surpassing the maturity of the industry overall. For over a decade, our industry accepted methods have broken down barriers to entry for companies considering using nanomaterials by cost-effectively transitioning accredited materials, often scaling between 1,000 to over 10,000 times what has been created in the lab.