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ENCAPSULATION

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The encapsulation of materials is useful for a variety of settings, ranging from farming, construction, and cosmetics to pharmaceutical products. Depending on the requirements of each application, different processes and materials are used accordingly.

THE ENCAPSULATION TECHNOLOGY

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Fertilizers can be stored in milli-sized sphere that releases their contents slowly over a long period of time, eliminating the need to repeatedly reapply.

 

Pharmaceutical drugs that require slow absorption into the bloodstream can be nanoencapsulated depending on specific requirements. 

 

Construction materials that suffer from degradation, initiated by environmental exposure, can be coated with nanoparticles in microcapsules containing a wide range of inherent characteristics, including electrical conductivity, anti-corrosion and thermal insulation, and many more depending on desired properties.

BLOOD TRANSPORT CONTAINER

PolyMaterials App encapsulation technology possesses phase change materials (PCM) which have high energy storage and latent heat. The container will be utilized for specimen transportation as an alternative to dry ice or alternative PCMs.

These materials are food grade and biodegradable with fine-tuned melting points, high latent heat, congruent melting, low degree of supercooling, low volume change, non-toxicity, and high flash points.

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THERAPEUTICS

PolyMaterials App state-of-the-art and scalable encapsulation technology includes a massage gun attachment and dermal applicator containing an infused anti-inflammatory essential oil that increases recovery of muscle soreness.

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THE ENCAPSULATION TECHNOLOGY

We’ve developed a new environmentally friendly technology that can be used for insulation, pharmaceutical drug encapsulation, food supplementation, and more.

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