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Company Continues Commercialization of Sensation™ Detection Platform
Nanomix Incorporated, a company that is commercializing a line of nanoelectronic detection devices for industrial and biomedical applications, today announced the release of a second detection device based on the Sensation™ technology platform. The Nanoelectronic Detection System (NDS) is a stand-alone hydrogen detector featuring ultra-low power usage and high specificity.
The NDS targets lab applications and point-of-use detection of hydrogen required in various industries. The device is designed to detect accidental accumulation of highly explosive hydrogen gas and alarm when hazardous levels have been reached. As with other products from Nanomix, the NDS consumes nanowatts of power, and is highly specific to practically eliminate false alarms.
"The release of our second product utilizing Sensation™ detection technology further demonstrates our ability to generate applications from our platform. We are confident that nanoelectronic detection devices will expand current detection applications and will enable breakthroughs that address significant unmet needs across several industry segments," said David Macdonald, President and CEO of Nanomix.
Nanomix is launching a portfolio of devices based on Sensation™ detection technology. These scaleable, nanoelectronic devices use ultra-sensitive carbon nanotube sensing elements combined with proprietary chemistries. These devices can be deployed across a broad range of industrial and medical applications where the attributes of nanodetection technology -- low power consumption, small form factor, and high sensitivity offer significant performance advantages and enable unprecedented access to critical information. Nanomix is located in Emeryville, California.
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