Case Studies2021-04-13T16:19:06+00:00

Case Study #11: Nysafe Vs. Environment

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Nysafe High-Performance Anti-Viral Surface coating is keeping mass transit and aircraft interiors safe from viruses. WHY NYSAFE AV? Mass transit interior surfaces are taking a beating due to increased cleaning and exposure to foggers and harsh chemicals. We created Nysafe from mission-critical high-performance nylon, which we formulate into an invisible tough thin-film nylon coating. Nysafe is a long-lasting, strong yet

Case Study #10: Nysafe-AV Applications

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Nysafe by Nycote Laboratories Corporation is an advanced material high performance permanent surface coating that provides high-touch surface protection.  This coating is proven to have antimicrobial and biocidal activities against various human pathogens while being safe for human touch. Nysafe can be applied in the process of catalysis, drug control delivery, biosensors, and biofuels. Nysafe-AV acts as a catalytic material

Case Study #9: Using Fiber-Reinforced Composites

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Industrial materials are facing a paradigm shift now that composites are replacing many metallic and ceramic materials. Although manufacturers prefer well-known metallics, industries, such as aerospace and automotive, require lighter weight options with high material performance capabilities, increased corrosion resistance, and increased load and fatigue capacity.

Case Study #8: Nygone Surface Coating Remover

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Aerospace industry protective coatings organic, inorganic, chemical conversion or metallic are the first line of defense against corrosion. Due to aging and the need to inspect the material under a coating, many of these coatings eventually require removal and reapplication. If the coating is improperly removed or removal damages the substrate/part, the results can be dangerous and costly.

Case Study #7: Outgassing in Space

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Materials exposed to the extreme space environment must tolerate temperatures, gravity, radiation and pressure that are completely different to those on Earth. Coating and paint manufacturers must produce products to encapsulate parts and surfaces and to remain stable without outgassing (the release of molecules from the paints and coatings that can migrate onto sensitive equipment). Applications requiring protective paints and

Case Study #6: Antimicrobial Finish on Surfaces

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ISO 22196: General Information The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is a worldwide federation of national standards bodies that develops international standards for the production and assessment of a variety of materials and processes. The ISO method 22196 is a quantitative test designed to assess the performance of antimicrobial finishes on hard, non-porous surfaces.

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