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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Tetamer 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. This showcase is an event held every fall for local 8th graders and high school seniors to come and talk to a variety of businesses from the surrounding area and learn about the types of jobs that are can be performed.  The 150 high school seniors also get to practice interviewing skills and hand out resumes for positions that ...

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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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Tetramer Awarded MDA Phase I Contract

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140px-US-MissileDefenseAgency-Seal_svgMissiles produced with reactive materials can add chemical energy to the kinetic energy generated on impact with a target. Thus, reactive materials have potential to serve as structural components resulting in possible increase lethality without a weight impact. In Phase I, Tetramer will demonstrate a new material system with significantly stronger mechanical properties and ...

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SBIR-STTR Success: Tetramer Technologies, LLC

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Toyota, Honda, and Hyundai are all entering the multi-billion dollar global automotive fuel cell market, which is currently dominated by Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) technology. PEM fuel cells are the technology of choice for car manufacturers, and are found in many other industrial applications. However, PEM fuel cells require high levels of humidity and hydration in order to run at maximum efficiency. Realizing the ...

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Tetramer Awarded Phase III Contract to Develop Tamper-Indicating Coatings

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Tetramer Technologies was recently awarded a Phase III contract (DE-NA0002805)  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 and International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have expressed a desire for advanced technologies that can reduce the threats associated with illicit tampering or access to high-security targets ...

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Tetramer to Develop New High Performance Water Vapor Membranes

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Tetramer has been awarded a Phase IIB Contract (SC-0006172) to develop new high performance water vapor membranes to improve fuel cell balance of plant efficiency and lower costs.  Durability and cost have been identified as the two primary improvement opportunities needed for vibrant commercialization of fuel cell vehicles by the DOE sponsored US Drive Fuel Cell Technical Team, with the humidifier and PEM membrane performance and cost among the key concerns. During ...

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DOD Awareds Tetramer Contract to Develop Low-Loss Optical Polymer Materials

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Tetramer Technologies has won a Phase I SBIR DOD contract (N00014-14-P-1052) to develop new, commercially attractive, thermoplastic optical polymers that have ultra-low scattering losses for use in diffraction-limited optical lenses. The value proposition to the customer using Tetramer® optical polymers will be decreased scattering of light transmitted through the polymer lens, resulting in smaller Airy disks and improved Modulation Transfer Function in optical devices. Currently, the scattering loss found ...

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Tetramer Receives National Science Foundation Grant To Develop Optical Fiber Coatings

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Tetramer has received NSF funding under a Phase II SBIR grant (IIP-1330948) to develop and commercialize high-temperature, highly processable optical fiber coatings. These polyimide coatings which will be sold under the name Tetrimide.  Tetramer anticipates that the polymers developed in this project will have performance characteristics not currently available in fiber coatings and will enable operation at temperatures above 300 °C.

Tetrimide coatings have potential to impact a wide variety of markets. Down-hole fiber sensors with Tetrimide will proved improved temperature monitoring in ...

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Tetramer Wins Navy Contract to Develop Low Loss Optical Polymers

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Tetramer Technologies has been awarded a Phase I Navy SBIR contract (N00014-14-P-1052)  to develop commercially attractive, thermoplastic optical polymers that have ultra-low scattering loss for use in high end optics. Because these polymers will have decreased light scattering through the polymer lens, optical devices that use them will improved imaging capabilities, adding value to Tetramer customers.

These materials, by increasing resolution and by reducing the size of the optical materials, have many ...

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