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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Tetramer Wins Phase II Contract for F-18 Materials Development

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Tetramer has been awarded a Navy Phase II SBIR contract to develop new, commercially attractive adhesives that have a unique combination UV-curability, refractive index, and extended shelf life in the uncured state. Tetamer® Index-Matching Adhesive (TIMA™) exhibits rapid UV-curing and maximum shelf life stability making it easier to store and use in  optical adhesive applications. This work directly supports repair of avionic fiber systems in forward operating bases where refrigeration is often unavailable to transport ...

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Tetramer Wins NSF Grant to Develop High Temperature Polymer Coatings for Optical Fiber

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This Small Business Innovation Research Phase II NSF project (IIP-1330948) will determine the technical feasibility and the commercial value proposition for high temperature, highly processable fiber optic coatings across a range of markets to include fiber lasers, fibers for oil and gas, avionics fiber, and medical fiber. Tetramer will be performing research to modify the structure of polymer coatings to provide enhanced performance which will extend the capabilities of current fiber ...

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Tetramer Wins DOE Contract to Develop Nanocomposite Coating Technologies

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Tetramer has been awarded a DOE Phase II Grant (DE-FG02-12ER90414) to develop nanocomposite coating technologies. There is a need within the Global Safeguards community for tamper-indicating coatings of varying complexity for use in the verification and authentication of nuclear security documents, materials, and equipment; however, current commercial coatings for anti-tampering seals lack the sophistication necessary for quick, accurate, and reliable tamper detection. Tetramer has developed a proprietary family of coating technologies that ...

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Tetramer Wins Department of Energy Contract to Develop Improved PEM Electrolyzer Ion Exchange Membranes

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Tetramer has been awarded a DOE Phase I Contract (DE-SC0011305) to develop improved PEM electrolyzer ion exchange membranes. Electrolyzer systems produce high value hydrogen on demand and on site, thus eliminating costly delivery and storage cylinders of hydrogen gas. The potential commercial market applications are projected to be in the $100 billion range by 2017 and are focused in the areas of industrial gas, transportation fueling, and backup power for ...

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Tetramer Wins DOE Phase II SBIR to Improve Water Vapor Membranes

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Tetramer has been awarded a DOE Phase II SBIR (DE-FG01-11ER90203) grant to develop new high performance water vapor membranes which will improve fuel cell balance of plant efficiency and lower costs.  This project targets improved efficiency and lower cost of proton exchange membrane fuel cells through the development of improved water vapor management. Fuel cells are highly efficient, non-polluting source of energy that can significantly decrease the US dependence on foreign ...

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DOE Award Grant to Develop Tampering Indicating Technology

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Tetramer has been awarded a DOE Phase I Grant (DE-FG01-12ER90414) to develop nanocomposite coating technology for Global Safeguards.  There is a need within the Global Safeguards community for tamper-indicating coatings of varying complexity for use in the verification and authentication of nuclear security documents, materials, and equipment. Current commercial coatings for seals used in this type of application lack the sophistication necessary for quick, accurate, and reliable tamper detection. In addition ...

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