tic metal composites known for their light weight properties and ability to absorb impact energy than any other known material. MComP: It is a family of hierarchically structured, rare earth free, nanocomposite metal and metal matrix composites that provide higher strength and temperature capability compared to traditional aluminium and magnesium allows. MComP is designed to be a market replacement for beryllium, aluminum and magnesium in structural applications. EnComP: It is a diverse family of nano-engineered particle based solutions for energy storage. Developments include record setting energy density nanoparticle filled films for capacitors, structured nanocomposite anode and cathode materials for thermal and lithium ion batteries, and inflatable hydrogen storage media capable of energizing power fuel cells down to - 34C. SynFoam: It is a family of structural, thermally insulating syntactic ceramic composites. Applications include rocket propulsion and re-entry vehicle systems, and structural insulation for high temperature energy production and use, including flowlines and heat treatment furnaces. Powdermet’s two developmental products closest to commercialization are SynFoam and EnComP. Powdermet also produces custom-engineered powders and nanopowders, provides advanced materials contract research and development services, and derives revenues from tolls and contract development and manufacturing services. Terves, Inc.: As of July 23, 2013, Powdermet launched its wholly owned subsidiary Terves Inc., to commercialize proprietary reactive materials technology for the shale gas and oil industry. Terves’ TervAlloy technology was initially developed by Powdermet’s ENComP energetic nanocomposite development group to build reactive warheads for the US Department of Homeland Security. TervAlloy is a class of patent pending, environmentally responsive, lightweight metallic materials manufactured from magnesium and other light metals such as lithium that are high strength, machinable, and also respond in an engineered and controlled manner to environmental stimuli such as changes in fluid, pH, temperature or electrical or magnetic fields to induce material changes such as decoherence (disintegration), gas generation, or heat generation. TervAlloy is engineered for various market applications, including oil and gas tools for well isolation and completion (frac-balls, sleeves, and seats), well perforation, and fracturing, lightweight electronic packaging, beryllium replacement, airframe structures, missile airframes and rocket motor cases, and transportation The primary application of TervAlloy for oil and gas include controlled disintegration well completion tools and reactive tooling that provides for the generation of heat and gas pressure inside a formation. Patents and Trademarks MesoCoat's patents include: six exclusively licensed patents from Powdermet, the earliest of which expires May 30, 2020; two exclusively licensed patents from Oak Ridge National Laboratory, which expire on March 15, 2019 and July 30, 2024; and four pending U.S. Patents and three pending global patents, all of which expire in 2030 or after. Powdermet's patents include six U.S. Patents, which have expiry dates of May 30, 2020, December 7, 2020, July 12, 2022, August 22, 2022, April 6, 2025 and June 23, 2026; and an exclusively licensed patent from Ultramet Inc., which expires on February 21, 2016, six pending US patents and two pending international patents. Regulations MesoCoat and Powdermet are in full compliance with the Resource Conservation Recovery Act, the key legislation dealing with hazardous waste generation, management and disposal. History Abakan Inc. was founded in 2006.
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2665 South Bayshore Drive
Miami, FL 33133
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