1. Cupron Inc
Cupron, Inc. is a copper-based antimicrobial technology company that harnesses the unique properties of copper for healthcare, consumer, industrial, and military applications. Cupron embeds specified copper compounds in select polymers that enable finished products to deliver the desired impact. Unlike topically-applied solutions, Cupron’s durable embedded copper technology does not wash or rub off.
Cupron’s patented and proprietary embedded copper technology has earned multiple, unique public health claims from the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and additional innovations are in development.
Founded in 1995, Tecnofilati immediately represented the natural hi-tech evolution of ABAFIL, a historic company founded in the 1970s specializing in the processing of discontinuous yarns and the first company of the Abati Group holding.
3. SP Nano
SP Nano is a nanotechnology company commercializing the use of nanoparticles in components and products made from composite materials. Fulcrum’s patented technology, which includes its proprietary SP1/protein, utilizes genetically engineered proteins to create self-assembly nanostructures with Carbon NanoTubes (CNTs) bound to structural fabrics such as carbon fiber, aramid and glass fiber composites.
SP Nano is the only company in the world that binds nanoparticles to composites using a protein, and our SP1/CNT technology improves the performance properties of components and products made from composite materials – creating stronger and lighter parts, all at an affordable price for its customers.
4. Pretty Textiles
Pretty Textiles is a manufacturer and developer of plated textiles and yarns of the highest quality. Since 2013, they have exported conductive fabric to 72 countries throughout the world.