Disrupting entire industries
using our advanced nanomaterials

Cost effective graphene and related materials

 

Empowering Markets

SpecNano’s New 2D enhanced nanomaterials enable new capabilities.

Best Solution

The interrelationship of weight, strength, flexibility, cost, availability, and effort to achieve the desired result.

Aerospace

Aerospace Markets Need Lighter, Stronger, Stiffer Materials

Defense

Warriors Need Lighter, Resilient Armor and Advanced Batteries

Telecom

Telecom Systems Need Protection from Jamming, Solar Storms, and Electromagnetic Pulse

Energy

Energy Systems Need Enhanced Thermal Fluids, Photocatalysts, and Lightweight Conductors

Transportation

Autonomous Vehicles Need Advanced Batteries and Lightweight Structural Materials

Construction

Harmonizing the Laws of Physics and Chemistry to Deliver the Best Solution.

SpecNano Innovates

Our Advanced Materials Revolutionize the Industries we Serve Enabling New Products and Solutions to Complex Problems.

Discovery comes through innovative research of what and how nanomaterial combinations deliver the “best bang for the buck”. Nanomaterial foundational building block characteristics are electrical, mechanical and thermal conduction. SpecNano’s objective is determining the most effective composition (at the nanomaterial level) as  form factor elements to define the minimum number of elements for the greatest  performance impact. More weight and size are not always better.

Stronger & Lighter

Nano-Enhanced Fibers for High Performance Wing Structures, Advanced Body Armor, and Cement

Energizing

Higher Energy Density, Faster Charge and Discharge Cycles

Moving

Lighter Batteries for Longer Flight Times and Greater Payloads

Constructing the
Future Today

The decision selection process begins with the definition of the objective. The next step is to define the criteria to determine when the objective has been achieved. Many factors determine the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) in the cradle-to-grave construct. Performance criteria will be defined in the within the Objective definition. Each of the following are cost evaluation criteria in relationship to the objective definition.

  • Earth materials (cost of goods)
  • Production (Manufacturing form factors)
  • Transport (Factory to job site)
  • Installation (Assembly at job site)
  • Operation (User education/skill level)
  • Maintenance (Corrosion/cleaning)
  • Meantime between failures
  • Disposal (Recyclable?)
  • Human Safety Factor at each stage

Lighter, Stronger Materials

Thermal Conduction, Insulation, & Management

Electro-Magnetic
Shielding

Polymer Matrix Composites

Transforming Common Polymers Into High-Performance Materials

Other benefits include:

  • 300% to 1000% Increase in Tensile Modulus for Common Polymers
  • Can Add Conductive or Insulating Properties
  • Reduces Waste by Transforming Polymers into Valuable Materials that are 100% Recyclable

Our Team

Chuck Fullerton

Chairman

Entrepreneur with Extensive Experience in Government Communication Systems, Remote Learning, and National Security Projects

Mike Martin

President

Seasoned Executive with Experience in Fire Protection, Alternative Energy, Composite Materials, Sports Nutrition, Homeland Security, Oncology, Water Purification, and Waste-to-Energy

David Winks

CTO

Physicist, Expertise in Communications, Energy, Radar, Electronic Warfare, EMP, Autonomous Vehicles

The best way to predict the
future is to create it.

– Peter Drucker

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