Atomic Layer Deposition on Particles?
It's Possible Now ... at Production Scale
At ALD NanoSolutions, we can design customized thin films coatings for range of applications. With our long history of pioneering ALD and MLD on particles and polymers, we can coat almost any substrate for your application needs.
Particle ALD and Polymer ALD processing can be performed at commercial scales to create cost effective coating solutions. Both large batch and continuous ALD coating methods are available to help you transition from R&D to production, assisted by our diverse team of experts. Take comfort in our 10+ years of profitable operation and experienced executive team.
Washington, D.C. — (May 16, 2016) – ALD NanoSolutions (ALDN) is represented at TechConnect World 2016 this year with one oral presentation. Dr. Karen Buechler will be discussing “Atmospheric Pressure Spatial ALD onto Powders with Conventional Powder Handling Equipment” during the Engineering Nanoparticles to Optimize Application Specific Performance session on Tuesday May 24th at 11:10AM […]
Washington D.C. (March 1, 2016) – Boris Feigelson’s group from the U.S. Naval Research Laboratories have just published a new article in the Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology A, Growth per cycle of alumina atomic layer deposition on nano- and micro-powders, concerning alumina growth rate on particles using ALD NanoSolutions’ RX rotary reactor. The paper […]
ALD NanoSolutions and the University of Colorado awarded a US Patent for Deposition of Thin Films onto Li-Ion Battery Electrodes
DENVER, CO (Nov. 24, 2015) – Extending its proprietary Particle ALDTM and Polymer ALD™ technology platform, ALD NanoSolutions (ALDN) has exclusively licensed technology from the University of Colorado to develop novel battery electrode coatings. The newly issued US Patent Number 9,196,901 “Lithium Battery Electrodes with Ultra-Thin Alumina Coatings” covers a process to create proprietary films […]
Denver, CO – ALD NanoSolutions is proud to announce that our article in JVST-A was one of the most read ALD articles from 2014. The article, Atmospheric pressure spatial atomic layer deposition web coating with in situ monitoring of film thickness, featuring our senior scientist, Dr. Markus Groner, with graduate student Alex Yersak and Professor […]