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Low-Cost Multi-Layer Nanoparticle-Based Non-Woven Fabrics for Composite Material Surface Enhancement ©2012 NILES NANOFABRIX – PROPRIETARY INFORMATION
Technology Introduction Highly conductive De/anti-icing EMI shielding ESD protection Erosion protection Our NanoFabrix TM Enhancements are: ©2012 NILES NANOFABRIX – PROPRIETARY INFORMATION
Technology Highlights Makes inexpensive glass fiber reinforced composites surpass carbon reinforced surface propertiesMakes inexpensive glass fiber reinforced composites surpass carbon reinforced surface properties For EMI - comparable performance to aluminum with 1/3 the weight, 1/2 the thickness, comparable priceFor EMI - comparable performance to aluminum with 1/3 the weight, 1/2 the thickness, comparable price NO CHANGE to existing manufacturing processNO CHANGE to existing manufacturing process NOT a coating - will not delaminateNOT a coating - will not delaminate Will NOT DEGRADE host material propertiesWill NOT DEGRADE host material properties Made with existing commercial nano-materialsMade with existing commercial nano-materials ©2012 NILES NANOFABRIX – PROPRIETARY INFORMATION
Without binder With binder Without binder With binder NanoFabrix for VARTM ©2012 NILES NANOFABRIX – PROPRIETARY INFORMATION
NanoFabrix for Prepregging NanoFabrix in prepreg form having a ratio of 55% MWNT to 45% resin by volume. Prepreg form eliminates nanomaterial handling and safety concerns. Patent Pending. ©2012 NILES NANOFABRIX – PROPRIETARY INFORMATION
NanoFabrix Molding Exploded view of VARTM Actual Mold Exploded view of VARTM Actual Mold ©2012 NILES NANOFABRIX – PROPRIETARY INFORMATION
Properties – Erosion Protection NanoFabrix Enhanced Glass Reinforced Epoxy Composite Surface Profile Measurement after Solid Particle Erosion Test ©2012 NILES NANOFABRIX – PROPRIETARY INFORMATION
Properties – De/Anti-Icing NanoFabrix Enhanced Glass Reinforced Epoxy Composite Representative Heating Behavior for 12 VDC Power Source ©2012 NILES NANOFABRIX – PROPRIETARY INFORMATION
Properties – EMI Shielding Electromagnetic Shielding Effectiveness (SE) results for 2 – 18 GHz Frequency Range NanoFabrix Enhanced Glass Reinforced Epoxy Composite ©2012 NILES NANOFABRIX – PROPRIETARY INFORMATION
Properties – Surface Resistivity ©2012 NILES NANOFABRIX – PROPRIETARY INFORMATION
Material Comparison ©2012 NILES NANOFABRIX – PROPRIETARY INFORMATION
Applications in: Never de-ice a plane or RPA again - EverNever de-ice a plane or RPA again - Ever Lightweight EMI shielding for cockpit electronicsLightweight EMI shielding for cockpit electronics Superior solid-particle erosion protectionSuperior solid-particle erosion protection Lightning Strike and ESD capableLightning Strike and ESD capable ©2012 NILES NANOFABRIX – PROPRIETARY INFORMATION
Applications in: State of the art rotor blade de-icing/anti-icingState of the art rotor blade de-icing/anti-icing Superior solid-particle erosion protectionSuperior solid-particle erosion protection Lightning Strike capable protection to rotor blades and nacelle structureLightning Strike capable protection to rotor blades and nacelle structure ©2012 NILES NANOFABRIX – PROPRIETARY INFORMATION
Applications in: Eliminate use of conductive primer for Electrostatic Painting ProcessEliminate use of conductive primer for Electrostatic Painting Process Increased Flame RetardanceIncreased Flame Retardance ©2012 NILES NANOFABRIX – PROPRIETARY INFORMATION
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