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New technology breakthrough provides custom engineered pure metal and alloy nano-powders. We are currently producing volumes of High quality Nanocopper...

Delivering high quality super nanoparticles to nanomanufacturers in commercial quantities...


The U.S. government, industry, and foreign governments have invested heavily in the military applications of nanotechnology. The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) is interested in nanomaterials and nanotechnologies in order to create: Smaller, more lightweight devices.

More efficient and faster electronics and energy systems

Stronger, more resilient materials and weapons

Food Processing and Food Safety potential...

A few current uses and benefits of nanotechnology in food and food packaging

Extending shelf life: nano-silica packaging keeps gases from entering plastic packaging (ex: used in Miller Lite beer bottles and Cadbury chocolate bar wrappers), adhesive labels inside packages prevent oxygen getting in and causing spoilage, and thermal barrier antimicrobial surface coatings. see <>  <> for NanoCote™ coatings.

Germ-Killers: Nanocopper and Nanosilverr in antimicrobial coatings and packaging.

Absorb Moisture: to prevent spoilage in packaged meat, poultry, and fish.

Stop Black Mold (antimicrobial surface coatings) <> <>

Nano Health Supplements: drinks for children that contains iron nanoparticles or encapsulates supplements in nano lipid (fat) bubbles.

“Active” Packaging: nano-sensors may allow for traceability and monitoring of food storage conditions (ex: products packaging could change colors when contents are spoiling or contaminated).

​​​NanoEclat has developed an intelligent and affordable approach to Nanotechnologies by developing and commercializing their NanoReactor(s) and transforming 99.99% pure metals and alloy NanoPowders to a high quality commercial level not always available in the market place.

Nanotechnology was estimated to rise from $1.4 billion in 2007 to over 20 billion by 2015. It is projected to reach 49 billion by 2017.

A few unique metals, Nanocopper, and Nanosilver, are antimicrobials, that are incorporated into hundreds of consumer products, including surface coatings, toothbrushes, toothpaste, clothing, cutting boards, food containers, food packaging, computer parts, curling irons, hair brushes, baby bottles and children’s pacifiers.

Many of the world’s leading food companies –including H.J. Heinz,
Nestle, Hershey, Campbell,General Mills, PepsiCo, Sara Lee,
Unilever, and Kraft – are investing heavily in Nanotechnology
applications and hundreds of nano-food products are already
available on the market worldwide..


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Ron Calonica

"Science on the NanoScale..."

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