Enhanced Nano Composites, Inc.

Carbon Nanotube (CNT) technology has emerged as an ideal candidate for improving mechanical properties such as tensile strength, toughness/elastic modulus and also crack resistance of epoxy resins and composites. The global market for Carbon nanotubes has grown during the past few years, driven by superior properties and adaptability of CNTs in major end-user industry applications.  Market studies estimate that revenues will reach $2.95 trillion by the end of 2015.   Our patented technology involves the development of an efficient lower cost method for manufacturing laminated composite structures for applications requiring the utmost in reliability and high performance.
What are Carbon Nanotubes?
Carbon nanotubes are cylinder-like tubes made entirely of carbon. The size of a nanotube is expressed in a nanoscale, hence the name NANOtubes (one millionth of a millimeter equals one nanometer). Carbon nanotubes were first reported in 1991 as a by-product in synthesis of another carbon-based material-fullerene.
What does a nanotube look like?
First, try to imagine a honeycomb. Now, roll the honeycomb into a cylinder and there you have it – a large-scale nanotube. There are two types of nanotubes – single-walled and multi-walled carbon nanotubes. The difference between them: single-alled nanotubes have only one rolled honeycomb, and multi-walled have many of them packed likerussion dolls, one into the other.
Properties and Applications
Carbon nanotubes are really strong, 200 times stronger than steel, with one of the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any known material. Apart from that, they possess good mechanical, electrical and thermal properties. They can conduct 100 times more electric current than copper. Because of their properties, they find their application in different fields, such as nanomedicine and electronics but also in architecture, for the reinforcement of sport equipment and many other fields of human activity.