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AFC Powders is a company involved in manufacturing specialized nanomaterials. Currently it is manufacturing Nano-size Silver Powder for use in electronic applications for e.g. making conductive inks and pastes, RFID. This product is RoHS compliant.
A chemicals company focused on the silica and alumina industries. Manufactures various grades of Nano Silica products.
Bilcare has developed a unique security technology called nonClonable. The technology innovatively exploits the intrinsic nature of nano and micro-structured composites together with their magnetic and optical properties to provide a foolproof security system.
Cranes Software International Limited is a company that provides Enterprise Analytics and Engineering Simulation Software Products and Solutions. The company also focuses on niche research programs in some promising emerging technologies like MEMS and Nanotechnology.
One of the company’s delivery systems in the most advanced stages of clinical development is a novel drug delivery system for Paclitaxel. Because of the better safety and pharmacokinetic profile, the polymeric nanoparticle delivery system is seen as a potential super generic.
Eris Technologies is a software development company that also provided industrial training in areas like nanotechnology. Certification in nanotechnology covers course in applied nanotechnology where the dimensions and tolerances in the range of .1nm to 100nm play a critical role. The course covers nanotechnology basics, manufacturing process, lithography, CNT, nanocomputers ,nanomedicine and nanodiamond.
The company is a distributor of analytical instruments, with a focus on nanotechnology and related analytical techniques.
Micromaterials (P) Ltd. is a Bangalore based company focused on developing innovative nano and micro technologies and materials catalysts. The new generation catalysts are the result of a radically new patented process.
The company’s activity is the manufacture of equipment and chemicals based on nanotechnology. Its products include equipment for textile waste water recycling in dyeing and other process.
Contract Research and New Product Development Work involving biostabilized nanoparticle technology.
The mission of NanoBio Chemicals is to be the foremost producer of high quality nanoparticles using patented technology and also custom synthesis of complex peptides and biochemicals.
NanoFactor Materials Technology has a patent pending technology for synthesis of Carbon Nanotubes.
Nanoshel makes more than 50 types of nanomaterials, among which the main products are nanotubes, SWCNT´s, MWCNT´s, nanoparticles.
The company is specialized on researching and production of metal nanopowders.
Quantum Corporation (QCorp) is the parent company of group of companies, head quartered in Bangalore, India. QCorp was established in 2007 with a vision to create world class Nanomaterials and Nanocomposites with strong Intellectual Property that are changing the properties of products across the globe. QCorp has developed high quality Smart Polymers, Nanomaterials and Nanocomposites as core materials for manufacturers in Telecommunications, Electronics, Drug Delivery, Conductive films, Lighting and Energy industries – without the need to change their existing processes.
The comapny manufactures carbon nanotubes and graphene.
The company manufactures SGG NANO, a high performance coated glass with advanced energy efficient solar control and thermal insulation (low e) properties. This Advanced Solar Control and Thermal Insulation (low e) Glass is manufactured by deposition of multiple layers of highly specialized nano-metric metallic oxides / nitrides by a process of magnetically enhanced nanotechnology-based cathodic sputtering under vacuum conditions.
A consulting company providing services to the nanotechnolology community in India.
Manufactures nanoparticle-based coatings.
An R&D company in the nanobio and nanomedicine area.


These days converting our resources to some useful form is very important but now we are using some advanced technologies to do so . So we are now using devices like HWCVD which are hybrid and with better efficiency.

Earlier pecvd was one of the main coating techniques. but now HWCVD is totally replacing this concept in some manner it has lots of advantages over PECVD. What you believe is it true?

Tools ‹ nanodynamites by AD (ateet dutt)

The technique of hot wire chemical vapour deposition (HWCVD) is being increasingly used for the deposition of materials such as hydrogenated amorphous or microcrystalline silicon and its alloys and as diamond films. The main part of a deposition system consists in a vacuum chamber evacuated by a pumping unit to some appropriate vacuum level. After achieving the desired ultimate vacuum, the process gas mixture is introduced via Mass Flow Controllers and the pressure is kept constant by a variable conductance valve. Process gas is then decomposed by the heat generated by a hot filament of tungsten, tantalum or other material into radicals which are then deposited as thin films.

The important figure of merit for any vacuum system, and in particular for a deposition chamber, is the total leak and degassing rate when the reactor is at deposition temperature: the ratio of this parameter to the process gas flow rate will largely determine the achievable purity of films deposited in that reactor. In order to optimize the properties of each layer and therefore the characteristics of the electronic devices, it is desirable to deposit each layer, and in particular the active semiconductor layer, in high purity conditions; it is therefore necessary to minimize all external sources of contamination and in particular any contamination by the wire. The general vacuum and pressure control features of a HWCVD are similar to those of a PECVD reactor.

Hii  frnds currently I am working in area of HWCVD for suggestions I most welcome you all .

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