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Home > Press > UK start-up Fullerex launches nanomaterial merchant service: Fullerex begins trading on INSCX™ exchange, the world marketplace for industrial-scale trade in SHE accredited, compliant and validated nanomaterials, nanocommodities, objects and devices
UK start-up Fullerex launches nanomaterial merchant service: Fullerex begins trading on INSCX™ exchange, the world marketplace for industrial-scale trade in SHE accredited, compliant and validated nanomaterials, nanocommodities, objects and devicesLondon, UK | Posted on September 6th, 2013
Fullerex is committed to aiding the growth of what Joe Eldridge refers to as a "nascent but highly promising and dynamic market". The company has seen a strong demand from industry buyers looking to integrate or explore the use of nanomaterials in their manufacturing processes. For example, utilising nano-composites to develop innovative products as these materials benefit from enhanced functional roles ranging from improved strength and rigidity, lighter weight, antibacterial properties, chemical resistance, thermal and electrical conductivity, or friction/drag resistance. Other lines of nano-enabled products have also emerged in recent years for improving process economics and these nano-commodities include nano-fertilizers, catalysts, lubricants and fuels.
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