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SCF Technologies A/S

K. Felsvang
SCF Technologies A/S, DK

Keywords: Material Technology, Nanomodification of surfaces, nanoparticles, nanofilms, supercritical fluid technology

Abstract:
The company develops new applications from its proprietary supercritical technology platform in close collaboration with customers and other industrial partners, typically via technological partnerships or joint ventures. Key focus areas for SCF Technologies are development of supercritical fluid technologies for nanomodification of surfaces and production of various kinds of finely divided materials. The company possess proprietary know how and several patents pending for production of nanoparticles and nanofilms with a primary particle size of approximately 10 nm having a very narrow size distribution for applications in e.g. advanced materials and the pharmaceutical and biotech industry. The company enables industrial production and application of new products by scaling-up processes and equipment using experimental facilities of various scale including access to advanced analytical methods for characterization. The management team has a long lasting experience in carrying out projects from concept to commercialisation, managing all phases of the process. SCF Technologies have used its supercritical fluid technology to realise the world?s first commercial supercritical wood treatment plant in Denmark (45.000 m3/year), and is currently engineering the world?s first commercial supercritical plant to clean millions of cork stoppers for components detrimental to wine.

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