Manufacturing Boron Nitride Nanotubes at the Highest Quality and Scale to Build Next Generation Products

EPIC’s IP and AI / ML expertise enable remarkably scalable, high-volume, premium quality, affordable BNNT production.

USing Nanomaterials to improve Material SYSTEM PERFORMANCE:

Increased Efficiency
Batteries & electronics
Water purification
Chemical removal
Increased performance
Metals - Aluminum, Steel, Titanium, Others
Thermal Interface Materials
Immersion Cooling Fluids
Space Economy
Safe & efficient travel
Transportation composites
Targeted therapeutic delivery

For decades, what is considered the 21st century’s wonder material, boron nitride nanotubes (BNNTs) have attracted worldwide research interest due to their unique physical properties and applications in a range of fields—including energy, electronics, and biomedical applications. BNNT’s like other nano materials are now coming into their own with the potential for wide economic and social impact.

We are an advanced manufacturing company focused on democratizing the material science of nanotechnology.

We are focused on opening the material possibilities of nano structures in the planes we fly, the satellites we launch, the drugs that deliver lifesaving therapies, and the fuel cells we use to power our transportation.  

“Everywhere you see carbon fiber you could probably replace it with Boron Nitride Nanotubes and have an advantage to that” – Dr. Alex Zettl, Senior Staff Scientist, Lawerence Berkeley National Laboratory
“Boron Nitride Nanomaterials bring massively enhanced thermal oxidation properties while being an electrical insulator, which is a truly unique combination” –
Dr. Toby Sainsbury, Director of Future Manufacturing Ireland
"There are a lot of challenges to go to space, one of the biggest showstoppers of sending humans to Mars is radiation ... BNNT is lightweight, its strong, it withstands the heat, its good for radiation [shielding],...BNNT is good for what NASA needs [for] ... aeronautic and space applications” –
Dr. Catharine Fay, NASA Langley
“Their ceramics are nanocrystalline, chemically pure, dense, lightweight, mechanically tough, and exhibit excellent stability in high-temperature oxidative and ablative environments.” – US Naval Research Laboratory