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Nanto Cleantech CTO S. Kenig awarded by Society of Plastics Engineers with the International Award in Indianapolis.

Intellectual property

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Ready to launch a new patent portfolio with antistick technologies in 2016.

Innovation

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Innovation at Nanto Cleantech means developing disruptive cleantech technologies for cost effective applications based on proprietary nanotechnology.

Innovative materials shaping the future

Disruptive technologies to protect your assets for cost-effective industrial applications

Clean tech designed for unique performance

Disruptive technologies to protect your assets for cost-effective industrial applications.

Singularity Materials

What is singularity?

The life cycle of the advanced materials has no harmful effects on the environment and living beings unlike the heavy metals normally used. Investing in advanced technologies for the substitution of heavy metals with inert materials as silica means to help the reduction of water consumption and pollution emissions for the improved durability of assets.

The singularity is a broader way to refer to any radical changes in our society brought about by new technologies such as nanotechnology. Our concept of technological singularity includes the concept of an intelligence explosion, able to keep abreast with the accelleration of technology (Eliezer Yudkowsky, Anders Sandberg)

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Sustainability

Sustainability

The development of human society has been defined by the materials we use. Nanotechnology is creating a new class of materials that has the potential to transform existing technologies and turn impossible ideas into reality. Sustainability, scalability and security are the key terms used for the design of a manufacturing process which is able to satisfy the needs of production of advanced materials.

“Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” Brundtland Report, from the United Nations World Commission on Environment and Development (WCED), 1987.