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nGimat Awarded SBIR Phase II Contract by the Department of Energy to Develop Self-Cleaning Surfaces for Glass
Atlanta, GA | Posted on March 15, 2006
nGimat has been awarded a two-year, $750,000 SBIR Phase II contract by the Department of Energy for the development of nanostructured superhydrophobic self-cleaning surfaces on glass utilizing its patented Combustion Chemical Vapor Deposition (CCVD) process. Self-cleaning surfaces are receiving attention for a wide variety of consumer, industrial, military, and aerospace applications, such as architectural glass for homes and commercial buildings, automotive glass, shower doors, solar panel surfaces, and microfluidic systems.
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