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  • PP – PolyproplenePA – PolyamidePA6 – Nylon 6PET – Polyethylene TerepthalatePTT - polytrimethylene terephthalateABS - Acrylonitrile butadiene styrenePBT - Polybutylene terephthalate
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    1. 1. Reinste Nano Ventures Designed to deliver the purest…NANOTECHNOLOGY in Defense Presented by : Puneet Mehrotra Director – Reinste Nano Ventures Pvt. Ltd.
    2. 2. About UsReinste Nano Ventures emphases the significance of purest Nanomaterials with uniform composition free from any adulterants for class research and production purposes. Finest research Grade of nanomaterials Largest type of nanomaterials repository Custom synthesis of required nano particles Tie-ups with renowned and innovative new generation nanotechnology companies Brings high grade nanotechnology and products in India
    3. 3. Nanotechnology in Defense Nanotechnology: key enabling factor to advanced systems development System of Systems Systems Platforms Sensors and EquipmentSubassemblies and Devices Components
    4. 4. Current Major thrust Nanotechnology is acting as gap filler between the basic material research and the industrial applications World/India is investing in nanotechnology to grow in its role as major player in the Aerospace ,Defence & Security Systems, Electronics, Healthcare and pharmaceuticals markets. In defense the major thrust is aimed to the exploitation of nano-solutions in the fields of  Wearable technology solutions – New generation textiles  Soldiers food and food technology  Protective Gears (defense electronics, sensors and structural materials)  Armaments
    5. 5. Use of nanomaterial in wearable technology : War-fighter developmental protective clothing and devices. Protection against G-induced loss of  Emergency egress/escape concepts such as consciousness, loss of situational but not limited to improved awareness, spatial disorientation, and high signaling/locating, thermal signature altitude hypoxia. reduction, and day/night cloaking Micro/nanotechnology applicable to life technologies. support and protective devices.  Integrated communications systems, Protection against hypothermia/ wearable electronics hyperthermia  Hearing protection and communication Auxiliary or integrated human cooling and capabilities in high noise environments. heating systems.  Integrated floatation systems. Integrated helmet mounted displays, multi-  Human strength enhancement mode helmet vision system technology. technologies. Advanced filter/device development for  Garment textiles/materials, flame resistant eye and / or sensor protection. / melt-proof fibers, webbings, water-proof, War fighter / equipment compatibility; high-stretch, breathable fabrics, durable, Breathing systems and advanced concept malleable, lightweight conductive-network approaches for current and future fabrics, low-bulk/high flexibility vascular applications. compression mechanisms for acceleration protection, fast-response cooling/heating Crash protection, advanced restraint textiles. systems (all axes of restraint), and seating concepts.  Camouflaging systems.
    6. 6. Soldiers’ Food and NanotechnologyFood Preservation & Packaging Food preservation refers to any one of a number of techniques used to prevent food from spoiling. All foods begin to spoil as soon as they are harvested or slaughtered. Some spoiling is caused by such microorganisms as bacteria and mold. Other spoilage results from chemical changes within the food itself due to natural processes such as enzyme action or oxidation. Soldier’s food need to be preserved for so many days and for that we need such pouches which are very much effective in preservation
    7. 7. Food Packaging Applications of Nanomaterials: Features & Concerns Applications FeaturesNanocomposites Incorporating nanomaterials into the packaging to improve physical performance, Durability, Barrier properties, Biodegradation.Nano-coatings Incorporating nanomaterials onto the packaging surface (either the inside or the outside surface, or a sandwiched as a layer in a laminate) to improve specially the Barrier Properties.Surface biocides Incorporating nanomaterials with Antimicrobial properties acting on the Packaging SurfaceActive packaging Incorporating nanomaterials with Antimicrobial or other properties (e.g. Antioxidant) with intentional release into- and consequent effect on the packaged food.Intelligent Packaging Incorporating Nanosensors to monitor and report on the condition of the food.
    8. 8. Nanomaterials for Food Preservation Nanoclay & Carbon Nanotube Nanocomposites: Bottles made with nanocomposites minimize the leakage of carbon dioxide out of the bottle; this increases the shelf life of carbonated beverages without having to use heavier glass bottles or more expensive cans.Nanocomposites provides: Barrier property enhancement Chemical and thermal stability Flame retardation in combination with FR agents Processing Characteristics Mechanical properties improvement  Increase stiffness without loss of flexibility  Increased dimensional stability
    9. 9. Silver Nanoparticles in food storage Another example is food storage bins with silver nanoparticles embedded in the plastic. The silver nanoparticles kill bacteria from any food previously stored in the bins, minimizing harmful bacteria. Gelatin, chitosan and silver nanoparticles are used in making the biodegradable film. Gelatin which is a heterogeneous mixture of water soluble proteins is used as a component of biodegradable packaging materials. Silver nanoparticles are used in the film to enhance its antimicrobial properties, because nanosilver has been widely used as a coating on various substrates to utilise its sterilizing properties.
    10. 10. Application of Nanotechnology in Protective- Gears Fabrics: An innovative way of incorporating nanomaterials into the fabric which will result in it being cool in summer and warm in winter. Ballistic vests: Inclusion of nanomaterials (nanosilver) as anti-microbials into the panels of ballistic vests to reduce heat stress problems for an individual soldier. Nanotube fibers are used to make a material seventeen times tougher than the Kevlar. Future developments are to use nanotechnology to create Smart and Interactive Textiles (SMIT) that can sense electrical, thermal, chemical, magnetic, or other stimuli. Various types of helmets: To fabricate materials incorporating nanomaterials of different types into blends of synthetic and natural fabrics and foams, and to use them inside the helmets to reduce the temperatures within the helmets.
    11. 11. Applications of nanotechnology in Chemical /Gassensors Nanomaterials in Soldiers Mask Poisonous gases were known about for a long time before the First World War but military officers were reluctant to use them as they considered it to be a uncivilized weapon. These gases are very much harmful and soldiers must be protected from inhaling them. For this, they need such masks, which can stop the gas before reaching to their inhaling system. Nanotechnology can help our soldiers in a very much effective way. There are various nanomaterials based gas sensors which can detect these gases and can filter them out of the mask. The materials used in these sensors are:Carbon NanotubesGrapheneTiO2WO3SnO2CuOZnO2
    12. 12. Nanotechnology for DIPAS Premium Research grade nanomaterials Semi- finished nanotech products
    13. 13. Research Grade & IndustrialGrade nanomaterials Research Grade Nanomaterials Industrial Grade nanomaterials • Carbon Nanotubes • Nanodiamonds • NPCC • Nanoceramics • Nano Graphite • Quantum Dots • Aluminium Nitride • Nanometals • Silicon Nitride • Fullerenes • Silicon Carbide • Nanowires • Titanium Nitride • Nano and Micro Salts • Zirconium Carbide • Tectomers • Nano Silver • PEG Derivatives • Phosphonic Acid Derivatives
    14. 14. Non-Oxide Nano Ceramics Aluminium Nitride  Titanium Carbide Boron Nitride  Titanium Carbonitride Boron Carbide  Titanium Nitride Gallium Antimonide  Zirconium Carbide Gallium Arsenide  Titanium Boride - Silicon Carbide Boron Carbide Silicon nitride  Titanium Boride - Boron Carbide - Titanium Boride Tungsten Boride(We can produce nearly any ceramic in nano sized form, thus we areexpecting here the concrete wishes from our customers)
    15. 15. Oxide Nanoceramics Aluminium oxide( alpha & gamma) Cerium oxide  Tin oxide Copper oxide  Titanium oxide Indium oxide  Zinc oxide Iron (II,III) oxide  Zirconium oxide Iron (III) oxide  Silicon dioxide Strontium oxide  Magnesium Oxide(Along with the listed NanoCeramics many other ceramics can producede.g. NanoCeramics from Rare EarthOxides, HfO2, MgO+C, TiO2, TiC, TiN, BN, Y2O3Thus we are expecting here the concrete wishes from our customers.)
    16. 16. Nanowires  Cobalt Nanowires  Copper Nanowires  Nickel Nanowires  Silver Nanowires  Lead Nanowires(Metallic nanowires of different elements can be synthesized. Besides of those presentin this catalogue, we can perform custom synthesis of other nanowires like Au,Ni-Co and Ni-Fe of various compositions etc.)
    17. 17. Quantum Dots  CdTe Quantum Dots, powder, hydrophilic ( from 510nm to 780nm emission wavelength) Easily forms colloidal solutions in water. Terminated with -COOH group.Ideal for labeling purposes. Coupling with -NH2 groups can be achieved through.EDC-mediated esterefication.  CdSe/ZnS (core/shell) Quantum Dots, powder, hydrophobic ( from 530nm to 650nm emission wavelength) Highly luminescent semiconductor nanocrystals coated with hydrophobic organic molecules. Readily soluble in hexane, heptane, toluene, chloroform, tetrahydrofuran, pyridine. Not soluble in water, alcohols, ethers.  ZnCdSe/ZnS (core/shell)Quantum Dots, powder, hydrophobic ( from 440nm to 480nm emission wavelength) Highly luminescent semiconductor nanocrystals coated with hydrophobic organic molecules. Readily soluble in hexane, heptane, toluene, chloroform, tetrahydrofuran, pyridine. Not soluble in water, alcohols, ethers.(Luminescent inorganic nanocrystals (Q-dots). The emission wavelength is a function of the crystal size -crystals of the same chemistry can have the emission maxima in a wide range. CdTe hydrophilic Q-dotsare coated with –COOH groups and can be easily used for labeling purposes for chemical and biologicalapplications. CdSe/ZnS and ZnCdSe/ZnS (core/shell type) Q-dots are hydrophobic and are soluble in mostnon-polar organic solvents.)
    18. 18. Tectomers  Tectomer 2-tailed, C7H12(-CH2-NH-Gly5)2 * TFA (Purity: > 95%)  Tectomer 3-tailed, CH3C(-CH2-NH-Gly5)3 * TFA (Purity: > 95%)  Tectomer 4-tailed, C(-CH2-NH-Gly7)4 * TFA (Purity: > 95%)(Tectomers are a novel type of self-assembling molecules. The structure of a tectomerrepresents several oligoglycine units linked to one common center. The pH dependentformation of strong hydrogen bonds between molecules leads to their self assemblyinto extra-regular 2-D or 3-D layers of monomolecular thickness.10 mg of anytectomer is enough for coating of more than 2 m2 of surface.)
    19. 19. PEG Derivatives mPEG Thiol (Purity: > 95%. Colorless liquid) mPEG Thiol Acid (Purity: > 95%. Oily liquid) PEG NHS Ester Disulfide (Purity: > 95%. Oily liquid) Biotin PEG Disulfide (Purity: > 95%. Powder)(PEG oligomers are processed into a variety of derivatives. A high purity forintermediates and products is maintained, and our catalogue items have anoverall purity exceeding 95%. In comparison to PEG products obtained frompolydisperse material, the use of our compounds is therefore moreconsistent.)
    20. 20. Phosphonic Acids Derivatives  n-Alkylphosphonic acids kit  n-Hexylphosphonic acid, tech.( C6H13P(O)(OH)2  n-Octylphosphonic acid, tech.( C8H17P(O)(OH)2.  n-Decylphosphonic acid, tech. (C10H21P(O)(OH)2.  n-Dodecylphosphonic acid,tech. (C12H25P(O)(OH)2.  n-Tetradecylphosphonic acid,tech. (C14H29P(O)(OH)2.  n-Hexadecylphosphonic acid,tech. (C16H33P(O)(OH)2.  n-Octadecylphosphonic acid,tech. (C18H37P(O)(OH)2.  Benzylphosphonic acid,tech. (C6H5-CH2-P(O)(OH)2.  Benzhydrylphosphonic acid,tech. ((C6H5)2CH-P(O)(OH)2.Alkylphosphonic acids are widely used for production of nanoparticles such as quantumdots, nano-metals, nano-ceramics. By varying the carbohydral chain length one canchange theparticles‘ shape and size. Besides, they can be used for coating of many materials (includingnanoparticles) by condensed hydrophobic monolayers.
    21. 21. Custom Synthesis  Apart from available Nano products, we also provide the Custom Synthesis Service to our customers according to their needs.  We can vary the shape, size and various other parameters of nano products according to the use through custom synthesis, but it has some terms & conditions. Terms & Conditions are: • Custom Synthesized product will take 15 more days from available product to get delivered. • Custom Synthesized product will cost more than available product. • There is some fixed quantity of product to be ordered for custom synthesis. Order of less than that quantity would not be entertained.
    22. 22. Basic Applications of nanomaterials  Silver Nanomaterials  Aluminum Oxide Nanomaterials  Bioprobes , Biosensors  Grain-growth inhibitor & Heat-transfer  Catalysts, Chemical sensors fluids (suspensions) Reinste  Chemical sensors  Polymer nanocomposites for improvednanomaterials have  Components for integrated circuits tribological behaviorbeen deployed in  Conductive coatings  Aluminum Nitride Nanomaterialsnumerous academic  Aluminum Nanomaterials  Electrical insulationand industrial  Catalyst carrier,Ceramic additives  Electronic packages & Heat exchangeapplications. Though  Ceramic-metal soldernot all applications  Conductive coatings,Conductive  High-temperature crucible coatingsbelow have been pastes Polymer-, metals & ceramic-based  High thermal-conductivity composites, Substrates for Integratedspecifically used materials Circuitswith our materials,  Integrated circuit components &there generally are a  Cerium Oxide Nanomaterials Sintering additiveslarge number of  Buffer layer for superconductors  Gold Nanomaterialsapplications  Biosensors & Catalysts  Coatings for infrared filtersavailable to the  Displays & Electrical component  Coloring agents for plasticsnano-  Electrochemical sensors  Electrolyte and/or electrode materials forexperimentalist.  Microelectronic devices solid oxide fuel cells " Heat resistant alloy  Photocatalysts coatings & Sintering additives  Photoelectrochemcial devices &  Ultraviolet absorbent (absorption at ~ 400 Polarizing filters nm is the strongest for any oxide)
    23. 23.  Iron Nanomaterials  Copper Nanomaterials Catalysts  Capacitor materials & Catalysts Drug carriers  Conductive coatings Electromagnetic-wave absorption  Conductive inks - Conductive pastes Ferrofluids  High thermal conductivity materials High density magnetic recording  Lubricant & Sintering additives Magnetic pastes  Erbium Oxide Nanomaterials Iron Oxide Nanomaterials  Capacitors & High-temperature corrosion- resistant coatings. Anticorrosive agents  Metal-oxide-semiconductor transistors Catalysts  Dopants for optical fiber and laser Gas sensors-Nonlinear optics materials Pigments  Cobalt Nanomaterials Semiconductors  Contrast agents in magnetic resonance Silicon Nitride Nanomaterials imaging Ball bearings & Wear parts  Electromagnetic-wave absorption Ball valves and parts  Electromagnetic-wave radiation shielding Corrosion resistant turbine for cellar phone. Cutting tools - Grinding wheels  Ferrofluids- High density magnetic storage Insulating parts - Strengthening materials (for  Magnetic inks & Magnetic toner in Al etc) xerograph
    24. 24.  Silicon Carbide Nanomaterials  Silicon Dioxide Nanomaterials  Additives in cosmetics for UVB and UVA Catalyst support & Ceramic cutting tools shielding Ceramic engine parts, Grinding wheels  Additives in epoxy resin for improved Hard disc and a support for multichip solidification modules & High-temperature and high-  Antibacterial powder power semiconductors  Bookmarkers & Biosensors High-temperature fluid transport parts  Filled nematic liquid crystals  Humidity sensors High hardness grinding materials  Infra-red reflection High-temperature sealing valves  Light diffusors in LEDs High-temperature spray nozzles  Low dielectric constant fillers Mirror or coatings for extreme ultraviolet  Metal or ceramics nanocomposites environment  Nonviral nanoparticle gene vector Nanocomposites  Opalescent pigments (e.g., Si3N4/SiC, SiC/polymer)  Optical and optoelectronic elements Strengthening materials for  Photonic band gap materials Al, Al2O3, Mg, and Ni  Polishing, Sealing Wall in future nuclear fusion reactors  Spacers in audio/video tapes Wear resistant parts & Superplasticity  Thermal insulators  Thin film substrates,Drug carriers  Electrokinetic chromatography  Electronic substrates
    25. 25.  Titanium Dioxide Nanomaterials  Zirconium Oxide Nanomaterials  Additives in lubricating oil for improved Additives in plastics antifriction Agglomerates for thermal sprays  Buffer layer for growing superconductors Air/fuel ratio controller in automobile  Ceramic glazes (unstabilized ZrO2) Attenuation of ultraviolet light  Crucibles (yttria stabilized ZrO2) Demilitarization of chemical and biological  Engine parts, Fireproof materials warfare agents  Ion conductors Electrode materials in lithium batteries  Optical coatings Energy converter in solar cells  Oscillators, Oxygen sensors Photocatalytic degradation of bacteria and grime (for self-cleaning and self-sanitizing)  Piezoelectric crystals (unstabilized ZrO2) Photochemical degradation of toxic  Protective coatings against corrosion or chemicals wear Piezoelectric capacitors  Refractories (yttria stabilized ZrO2) Pigment for paints, Polishing agent  Structural materials Solid oxide fuel cell, UV protection  Thermistors Waste water purification  Data storage media  EMI/RFI shielding Silicon Nanomaterials  High thermal conductivity materials High refractive-index nanocomposites Light emitters Nonvolatile memory devices Thin film electronics
    26. 26. Nano Silver – in textiles for Garments andFootwear Silver has been used for the treatment of medical applications for over 100 years due to its natural antibacterial and antifungal properties. When we perspire, bacteria thrive in the damp fibers and where bacteria thrive, odor thrives too. When Nano Silver contacts with bacteria and fungi, they adversely affect cellular metabolism and inhibit cell growth and they finally kill them to almost 100%. Forms of Silver particles that are used in textile Liquid Nano Silver Nano Silver PET/PP Master Batch Nano Silver Polyamide 6 Master Batch Nano Silver impregnated yarn Effects of using Nano Silver Safe on the Skin Safe for the Environment Long Lasting & Durable Function
    27. 27. Liquid Nano SilverMaterial Min. order Technical data Safety data Description amountSi Li W10 0.5 Kg available available liquid, water based Nano-Silver, content 100.000 ppm = 10 %Si Li W25 0.5 Kg available available liquid, water based Nano-Silver, content 250.000 ppm = 25 %Si Li W x 0.5 Kg available available liquid, water based Nano-Silver, content depending on customers request, up to approx. 50 % can be mixed with any water based liquid and many other liquids.
    28. 28. Fibers and YarnsMaterial Min. order Technical Description amount dataStaple fibersSi PET stapel fiber 1 bale available PET Staple fiber, 1,5 Dtex,C 400 (approx. 38 mm, 400 ppm 270 kg) for common blendings, e.g. cottonSi PET HCS staple 1 ton available PET Staple fiber, 1,15fiber M 200 Dtex, 38 mm, 200 ppm, for various applicationsSi PET HCS staple 1 ton available PET Staple fiber, 7 Dtex,fiber 7/si 200 32 mm, 200 ppm, siliconized for fillings
    29. 29. Fibers and Yarns : Filament fibers and yarnMaterial Min. order Technical Description amount dataSi PET fil. fiber 1 ton available PET multi filament fibers,200 various Dtex e.g 80D/100F, (POY, DTY, FOY) 200 ppm, for fabrics and knitwareSi PET/PA fil. 1 ton available PET/PA conpund 70/30 multiFiber 200 filament fibers, various Dtex, 200 ppm for fabrics and knitwareSi PET/COT Yarn 1 ton available PET/COT blended Yarn Nm200 50/2 (=200(2)Dtex), 200 ppm for fabrics and knitwareSi PA mon fil. fiber 1 ton available PA mono filament fiber, various200 Dtex, 200 ppm
    30. 30. Fabric and Fleece Material min. order technical description amount data Fleece PET fleece On request available PET fleece, various possbilites PET/PA fleece On request available PET/PA fleece, various possibilities, e.g. 30 gsm PP fleece On request available PP fleece, various possbilites PP/COT fleece On request available PP/COT 50/50 fleece, various possibilitiesSilver content can be adjusted on request .T/C fabric 40/60 Twill, 160 ppm, un-dyed or dyed.Polymer range and specifications can be adjusted on request, delivery times will be accordingly.
    31. 31. Nano Silver - Master BatchesMaterial Min. order Technical description amount DataSi MB PET/ 6.5 25 kg available PET Nano-Silver master batch, content 6.500 ppm = 0,65 %Si MB PA/ 6.5 25 kg available PA Nano-Silver master batch, content 6.500 ppm = 0,65 %Si MB PA6/ 6.5 25 kg available PA6 Nano-Silver master batch, content 6.500 ppm = 0,65 %Si MB PP 6.5 25 kg available PP Nano-Silver master batch, content 6.500 ppm = 0,65 %Si MB PTT 6.5 25 kg available PTT Nano-Silver master batch, content 6.500 ppm = 0,65 %Si MB ABS 6.5 25 kg available ABS Nano-Silver master batch, content 6.500 ppm = 0,65 %Si MB PBT/ 6.5 25 kg available PBT Nano-Silver master batch, content 6.500 ppm = 0,65 %
    32. 32. Joint Product development initiative Reinste Nano Ventures & Nano Science & Technology Consortium NSTC has been performing this role to perfection since the past six years, and has been expanding its ambit to include researchers, government bodies, corporate houses, students, businessmen and technocrats, to help them benefit mutually from each other. NSTC has successfully positioned itself in the domains of technology transfer, journal publications and conducting nanotechnology based trainings across the globe since past 7 years. NSTC is also the supporting partners of Bangalore Nano Event since past 3 consecutive sessions.
    33. 33. Thank youReinste Nano Ventures Designed to deliver the purest… Presented by : Puneet Mehrotra Director – Reinste Nano Ventures