Flow Polymers Gets SBIR Grant to Develop Nano-filler Technology for Tire Innerliners

SpecialChem - Aug 4, 2011

Flow Polymers, LLC, the innovator in additive technologies and one of the leading manufacturers of proprietary and custom chemical dispersions, process aids, homogenizing agents and performance additives for rubber and plastic markets worldwide was awarded a Phase I Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant of $143,984 by the National Science Foundation to develop novel nano-filler technology for tire innerliners. "We are very pleased to have the support of the National Science Foundation through this Phase I SBIR award," stated Mr. Michael Ivany, President and CEO of Flow Polymers, LLC. "This funding will support the development of an exciting new nanotechnology platform that will provide us a basis for growth and...

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