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Home > Press > US nanoparticle manufacturer opens its door for new technologies: NanoGIANT LLC announces new standard in monodisperse silica nanospheres in bulk

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Breaking into the nanoparticle manufacturing market, NanoGIANT LLC is now producing extremely uniform silicon dioxide (SiO2) spheres. Independent characterization tests using Brookhaven instruments show a polydispersity of 0.005 on NanoGIANT's 368.2nm sphere.

US nanoparticle manufacturer opens its door for new technologies: NanoGIANT LLC announces new standard in monodisperse silica nanospheres in bulk

Phoenix, AZ | Posted on April 27th, 2009

Unlike other narrow particle announcements, the clear differentiators for NanoGIANT are its ability to produce virtually uniform, affordable nanospheres quickly and in kilogram (kg) increments.

"Our ability to rapidly mass produce our spheres cost effectively while maintaining the polydispersity will prove to be a key advantage for our customers," said Tony Whelan, VP of Business Development at NanoGIANT.

"Nanotechnology is still just scratching the surface of its true potential. Our spheres will allow the transition from research to development for technologies where narrow spheres had previously been inaccessible due to manufacturing limitations.
Our technology will open the floodgates for manufacturing using highly specialized materials. We believe that the cost savings our customers can achieve with our material will revolutionize manufacturing in dozens of sectors." says Whelan

Sample spheres are available for sale online - www.nanogiant.org

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About NanoGIANT LLC
Based in Phoenix, Arizona, NanoGIANT LLC is a privately owned research and development company, specializing in the proprietary manufacture of highly uniform silicon dioxide (SiO2) nanoparticles. The company focuses on producing very narrow particles for mass production in the nanotechnology industry.

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