Tetramer Participates in Annual Outreach Event

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As part of the company’s outreach program, Tetramer has participated in the Anderson-Oconee-Pickens Business & Industry Showcase every year since 2013. The Showcase is an annual event, bringing together local 8th graders and a select group of high school seniors to learn about the types of jobs and careers at a variety of businesses from the surrounding area. The “Top ...

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Tetramer Awarded Phase I DLA Contract

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Tetramer Technologies was awarded a Phase I contract (SP4701-17-P-0156) from the US Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) for the development of tamper-indicating labels and packaging. Within the Department of Defense, the DLA sources nearly all the consumables required to operate the United States military effectively. Food and fuel, medical supplies, and logistic information products are all ...

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Tetramer Awarded NIST Phase I Contract

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Tetramer Technologies was awarded a Phase I contract (70NANB17H240) from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) for the development of highly monodisperse, polystyrene latex standards in a variety of sizes (<20 to 100 nm). These latexes will be used by NIST’s Engineering Physics Division of the Physical Measurement Laboratory as sizing standards to provide traceability for critical measurement instrumentation, enabling new ...

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Tetramer Receives New ISO 9001:2015 Certification

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ISO_9001_COL 1Tetramer Technologies, LLC has achieved certification to the ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System, reflecting the organization’s long-term commitment to quality, transparency, and customer satisfaction.

The scope of the certification is the design and development, manufacture, and shipping of specialty monomers and polymers.  The certification is valid for three years and is provided by DNV GL – Business Assurance.

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Tetramer Awarded Phase IIB DOE Contract

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DOETetramer was recently awarded a DOE Phase IIB contract (DE-SC0011305) to continue the development of new proton exchange membrane materials for use in hydrogen generating electrolyzer units.

As the use wind turbines and solar cells to generate electricity increases, the need for efficient methods of storing this energy is also growing. Hydrogen gas can be generated from water by electrolysis and is able to store ...

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Tetramer Awarded ARPA-E Contract

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ARPAeTetramer has been awarded a contract with ARPA-E (DE-AR0000861) to work on Novel High Performance Anionic Exchange Membranes (AEM) with Enhanced Stability at High Temperatures.

CRITICAL NEED Hydrogen is a valuable energy carrier that is widely used at present in the chemical industry. As a fuel, it has the potential to play a key role in enabling emission-free transportation. Hydrogen can be used to power a vehicle with a fuel cell, which emits ...

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Choco Finesse credits Tetramer with playing a pivotal role in Epogee technology

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Epogee™ Fat Replacement, an innovate new food ingredient from Choco Finesse LLC, will revolutionize the food industry.  Tetramer Technologies began a collaboration with Choco Finesse in 2011 to develop commercial batches of a superior solid fat replacement that dramatically lowers calories by up to 45% per serving and 80% of total fat without sacrificing taste or flavor.

Epogee is created through a proven process that uses natural, GMO free vegetable oils.  Choco Finesse credits Tetramer Technologies for playing a pivotal role ...

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Tetramer Awarded Phase IIB Contract to Develop Tamper Indicating Coatings

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Tetramer Technologies was awarded a Phase IIB contract (DE-SC0008246)  from the Department of Energy (DoE) for the development and commercialization of tamper-indicating coatings (TICs) that are intended to address unmet security needs in defense, global safeguards, and commercial authentication markets.  The DoE has expressed a desire for advanced technologies that can reduce the threats associated with illicit tampering or access to high-security targets such ...

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