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  1. 1. „It´s conductive business“<br />
  2. 2. AGENDA<br />Aboutus<br />Worldof „nano“<br />Products<br />Services<br />Achievements<br />Kertak in the WORLD<br />Contacts<br />www.kertaknanotechnology.com<br />
  3. 3. ABOUT US<br />Kertak Nanotechnology s.r.o.<br />dynamically growing company from the Czech Republic(founded in 2009)<br />the first and the only supplier of inorganic nanofibers on an industrial scale in the world <br />licencees for electrospinning of TiO2, Li4Ti5O12, Al2O3, SiO2, ZrO2 nanofibers<br />capable of manufacturing other oxide, metal, carbide or nitride in nanofibrous structure materials<br />own R&D department – well respected team of experts<br />cooperation with Universities and R&D Institutions in the Czech Republic and worldwide<br />reliable partner for companies operating on nanotechnology field<br />www.kertaknanotechnology.com<br />
  4. 4. WORLD OF NANO<br />At least one dimension less than 100 nm.<br />Industry accepts fiber diameters below 1,000 nm.<br />NANO<br />FIBERS<br />TUBES<br />PARTICLES<br />Severalmanufacturers<br />Theonlymanufacturer<br />Many manufacturers<br />www.kertaknanotechnology.com<br />
  5. 5. INORGANIC NANOFIBERS<br />MANUFACTURED BY ELECTROSPINNING PATENTED TECHNOLOGY<br />UNIQUE PROPERTIES<br />composition: possibility to produce a number of kinds of inorganic substances (e.g. TiO2, SiO2, ZrO2, TiN, NiO, Ni, CuO, Cu etc.) with desirable crystal structure (e.g. ZrO2 as monoclinic, tetragonal or cubic crystal structure) <br />purity and doping: possibility to modify nanofiberous material in respect to its purity and doping level with various elements (e.g. TiO2 can be doped with noble metals) <br />nanofiber size: possibility to modify the dimensions of nanofiber product (diameter of fibers)<br />specific surface area<br />www.kertaknanotechnology.com<br />
  6. 6. INORGANIC NANOFIBERS<br />TUNABLE PARAMETRES OF INORGANIC NANOFIBER PRODUCTS<br /><ul><li>The diameter of nanofibres–cannot be easily and dramatically tuned
  7. 7. Crystal phase composition of the inorganic nanofibres – TiO2, Al2O3 and ZrO2based products can be tuned by means of their crystal phase . Crystal phase of these materials can play the critical role in many potential fields of application according to their different properties.
  8. 8. Chemical composition of inorganic nanofibres – according to different demands of potential applications, the properties of the products can be involved by their chemical composition too. The composition of inorganic nanofibres can be easily tuned by:</li></ul>a) doping with metals (e.g. rare earth metals: Nd, Pr, Ce, Eu, transition metals:V, <br />Cr, W, Co, Cu, Pt, Ag, or other elements) <br />b) mixing of various oxides together (e.g. SiO2-Al2O3, TiO2-SiO2, ZrO2-Y2O3etc.)<br />www.kertaknanotechnology.com<br />
  9. 9. INORGANIC NANOFIBERS<br />WHAT ARE THEY USED FOR?<br />Adding extra new features to existing products<br />Cosmetics, high temperature filtering, paints and coatings<br />Substitution of currenttly usedmaterials in existing products<br />Solar cells, Batteries, Cosmetics (objectionable nanoparticles)<br />Enabeling development of Entirely new products<br />Gas sensors<br />EnabelingdevelopmentofEntirely new solutions<br />New materials for buildings (material that produces, stores energy and also has heat insulation and sound absorption attributes)<br />www.kertaknanotechnology.com<br />
  10. 10. PRODUCTS<br />TiO2(titanium dioxide) <br /><ul><li> anatase or rutile crystal phase
  11. 11. high collision factor TiO2 surface vs. fluid media
  12. 12. high accessibility of the surface of TiO2nanofibers
  13. 13. lower electrical contact resistance between </li></ul>crystallites inside of the nanofiber <br /><ul><li>stable materialat high temperatures
  14. 14. catalyst support material
  15. 15. improve conventional properties of titania-based </li></ul>products <br />www.kertaknanotechnology.com<br />
  16. 16. PRODUCTS<br />Al2O3 (aluminium oxide)<br /><ul><li> gamma or alpha alumina
  17. 17. high temperature stable material
  18. 18. dielectric material
  19. 19. catalyst support material</li></ul>www.kertaknanotechnology.com<br />
  20. 20. PRODUCTS<br />Li4Ti5O12(lithium titanate) <br /><ul><li> prospective material for anodes of Li-ion batteries
  21. 21. higher charging rates (charging time in minutes)
  22. 22. safe-guarding against - overcharging </li></ul> - thermal runaway<br /><ul><li>wide range of operation temperatures (-300 – 600C)
  23. 23. dramatically extends battery life time</li></ul>www.kertaknanotechnology.com<br />
  24. 24. PRODUCTS<br />ZrO2(zirconium dioxide)<br /><ul><li>high melting point
  25. 25. low thermal conduction
  26. 26. high strength
  27. 27. high ionic conductivity
  28. 28. specific optical and electrical properties </li></ul>www.kertaknanotechnology.com<br />
  29. 29. PRODUCTS<br />SiO2(silicon dioxide)<br /><ul><li>superior electrical insulator with high chemical stability
  30. 30. protects silicon
  31. 31. blocks current
  32. 32. provides a pathway for ions
  33. 33. stores charge</li></ul> <br />www.kertaknanotechnology.com<br />
  34. 34. PRODUCTS<br />Customized materials<br /><ul><li> capable of developing various customized </li></ul> materials according to customers demands<br />( other oxide, metal, carbide or nitride in nanofiberous structure material )<br /><ul><li> Contact our Sales or R&D Departments</li></ul>www.kertaknanotechnology.com<br />
  35. 35. SERVICES<br />KERTAK NANOTECHNOLOGY is<br />SUPPLIEROF INORGANIC NANOFIBER MATERIAL<br /> TiO2, SiO2, ZrO2, Al2O3, Li4Ti5O12<br />otheroxide, metal, carbide or nitride in nanofibrous structurematerials<br />PARTNERIN RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT<br />Own R&D - developingownfinalapplications<br />PartnershipswithUniversitiesandInstitutions - developingnewapplications<br />www.kertaknanotechnology.com<br />
  36. 36. ACHIEVEMENTS<br />KERTAK NANOTECHNOLOGY is <br />Testing nanofibers with Global industry leaders <br />Running projects with Universities and R&D institutions - worldwide<br />Partner of Czech Nanotechnology Cluster<br />Partner of Czech Nanotechnology Board<br />Partner of the project Nanotechnology Park Klimentov<br />The winner of Czech Invest program “Czech Technological Accelerator” – awarded with 3 month stay in the US Silicon Valley (Oct –Dec 2010) <br />www.kertaknanotechnology.com<br />
  37. 37. Kertak Nanotechnology IN THE WORLD<br />CZECH REPUBLIC– Headquaters & R&D<br />Prague 1 +420242406353<br />info@ktaknanotechnology.com<br />www.kertaknanotechnology.com<br />ITALY<br />Nicolini Geom. Vigilio <br />+39 3356 043 750<br />italy@kertaknanotechnology.com<br />Bersone<br />GREECE<br />Andreas Dimitras<br />+30-2109822128 (GSM: 0030-6944932317)<br />greece@kertaknanotechnology.com<br />Athens<br />KOREA<br />Sephen Lee <br />+82-2 6052-3630<br />southkorea@kertaknanotechnology.com<br />GyoengGi-Do<br />JAPAN<br />Shunichi Tomita<br />+81 3 5363 3005<br />japan@kertaknanotechnology.com<br />Tokio <br />BRAZIL<br />Fernando Paolone<br />+55 11 96171140<br />brazil@kertaknanotechnology.com<br />São Paulo, SP<br />CHINA<br />Wen Xu Yang <br />+86 135 52 48 73 32, <br />china@kertaknanotechnology.com<br />Shanghai <br />INDIA<br />Vijay K. Sharma <br />+47 67060661<br />india@kertaknanotechnology.com<br />Dihli <br />www.kertaknanotechnology.com<br />
  38. 38. CONTACT<br />KERTAK NANOTECHNOLOGY s.r.o.<br />Vodičkova 791/41<br />Prague 1<br />CzechRepublic<br />www.kertaknanoechnology.com<br />info@kertaknanotetchnology.com<br />+420 242 406 353 <br />R&D<br />rd@kertaknanotechnology.com<br />

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