Nanto Cleantech

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.

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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

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NCT technologies are covered through intellectual property, considering both the raw material and its integration with nanoparticles in the finished product.

The Company holds three families of patents that have been already registered in more than 22 countries worldwide.

Patented technologies are directly exploited by Nanto Cleantech or licensed to third parties in order to create strategic collaborations with manufacturers and advanced material companies.

Nanoclays for fire retardant applications WO/2013/034954

Granted: UNITED STATES, JAPAN, SOUTH AFRICA

Pending: BRAZIL, CANADA, CHILE, EUROPE, EURASIA, INDIA, ISRAEL, MEXICO, REPUBLIC OF KOREA

Nanto Cleantech has been awarded a new patent covering an invention concerning fire retardant materials made of polymers, plastics and elastomeric-based materials comprising nanoclays intercalated with protonised silane.

The patent “Nanoclays containing flame retardant chemicals for fire retardant applications” describes an approach to provide enhanced fire protection by treating the nanoclays by flame retardant chemicals.

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Anticorrosive paintings & coatings containing nanoparticle WO2010/064274

Granted: ARMENIA, AZERBAIJAN, BELARUS, CHINA, ISRAEL, KAZAKHSTAN, KYRGYZ, MEXICO, MOLDOVA, RUSSIA, SOUTH AFRICA, TAJIKISTAN, TURKMENISTAN

Pending: BRAZIL, CANADA, CHILE, EUROPE, INDIA, UNITED STATES

The patent refers to a formulation for anticorrosion paints and coatings, based on epoxy, polyurethane, acrylic, alkylic, polyester resins and mixtures thereof, dissolved in organic or inorganic solvent and comprising a multitude of mostly bi-dimensionally developed nanoparticles, with a few hundred and about one nanometer, respectively, as to lateral dimensions and thickness, wherein the viscosity of the formulation is lower than 55000 mPa-s.

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High Barrier Paints US2002/0173559

Granted: UNITED STATES, ISRAEL

The patent covers an invention that provides a low-permeable paint formulation comprising at least a filmogen, a pigment, and a multitude of chemically-treated platelets about one nanometer thick, a substantially impermeable coating when applied to a substrate and dried either naturally or by accelerating means.

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