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Innovnano Announces Scale-Up of Nanostructured Powders

August 12, 2013
KEYWORDS expansion / zirconia
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Innovnano recently announced it has invested in a new facility for the production of its nanostructured powders, including 3 and 4 mol% yttria-stabilized zirconia (YSZ). The new site is based in a dedicated technology park in Coimbra, Portugal, and has reportedly been designed to allow high-capacity expansion and industrial-scale nanotechnology, enabling the production of up to 1,000 tons per year. With the new facility, Innovnano can rapidly up-scale nanostructured powder production, from small quantities needed in R&D phases to much larger industrial quantities.

“Building this new manufacturing facility was a vital move for us, and now guarantees that we can provide long-term support to all our customers, regardless of the quantities of nanostructured ceramic powders they require,” said André de Albuquerque, CEO. “Our patented EDS process lends itself perfectly to industrial-scale production and there is no compromise to the quality or performance of the final product.”

For additional information, visit www.innovnano-materials.com.

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