Due to our strands extremely thinness, they are easily able to conform to many materials
Because of the proximity and atomic plan that our strands use they are more durable than any other 1-dimensional particle
Our strands are created through a unique process that allows us to use less energy and silver to get the same conductivity
It all began when we noticed a problem with other conductive nano materials
We saw that Nano Silver Wires are inherently unstable at high temperatures, high currents and when exposed to oxygen. We knew that it was possible to make a silver particle that was stable economical and highly conductive and several months later our Nano Silver strand was born. Now our conductive inks are poised to make the future of advance materials possible
Our flagship particle in a dispersion without any drying or bonding agents added to it.
NANOSILVEX H-01TRANSPARENT HEATER INK
A transparent heater ink that uses our Nano Silver Strand technology to act as a heater with a high degree of transparency.
NANOSILVEX T-01 TRANSPARENT CONDUCTIVE INK
Our Strands mixed into an ink formulation which is highly transparent and easily printable
NANOSILVEX P-01 CONDUCTIVE PASTE
Combination of our Conductive Nano Strands and silver flake to create a highly conductive flexible silver paste
Due to the thin, flexible, and durable nature of our strands, they are ideal for conductive inks use in flexible electronics
Our Nano Particles are able to reduce large amounts of weight over conventional wires allowing planes and rockets to save precious kilos
Due to the extremely small size of our particles along with our proprietary binding agents our inks can be used with a large verity of printing methods
With the conductive properties of silver in a one-dimensional form factor, our particles are extremely well suited to electrostatic painting applications
Our Material is synthesized at room temperature
This means that our strands are easy to produce with an extremely low environmental impact.
To the right, you can see the synthesis happening under a microscope at 5 times speed.