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What's New

Nanotubes and Nanopores

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Control of material structures in the nanometer-scale size can significantly impact the performance of materials at the macro-scale. Mainstream has developed processes to control the size and structure of nanotubes and nanopores. Our nanoporous materials, produced with self-assembled anodized aluminum oxide templates, are used for high-pressure gas storage (hydrogen for fuel cells and oxygen for breathing) and fabrication of aligned nanotubes (carbon for electrochemical cells and semiconductors for thermoelectrics). Additionally, our nanotubes research includes materials for solid-state energy (batteries and ultracapacitors) and nanostructured composites.

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Operating Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. EST
Contact: Send us an email – info@mainstream-engr.com
Phone:  321-631-3550
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Cooling Methods

Internally-Cooled IR Windows

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Mainstream Engineering fabricates transparent optical windows in the infrared spectrum for high-temperature applications such as hypersonic vehicles.  Our patented cooling method (US Patents 11,022,378, 11,015,874, and 10,914,529) passes single-phase or two-phase coolant through internal passages that are formed within the window.  Our equipment allows us to produce windows made from a wide variety of materials (e.g., ZnS and SiC) using various processes, such as chemical vapor deposition and physical vapor deposition.

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Operating Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. EST
Contact: Send us an email – info@mainstream-engr.com
Phone:  321-631-3550

Meet our Material Science Team

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