Co-operative sales and marketing will deploy technology through global channels
November 1, 2012
by PLANT STAFF
TORONTO — Integran Technologies and Dynatronix Inc. are strengthening their relationship and the development of electrodeposition of nanostructured materials with a co-operative sales and marketing agreement.
The companies have been working together for 12 years.
Under the new agreement, Dynatronix, an Amery, Wis. manufacturer of power supplies, will continue to supply pulse plating power supplies specifically optimized for Integran’s proprietary, patent-protected electrodeposition processes.
These processes and power supplies will be then be deployed into Integran’s global production facilities as well as by its licensees.
“Dynatronix engineers have been instrumental in the development of state-of-the-art process equipment enabling the low cost production of our nanostructured and nano-laminated materials at high production speeds. As part of the new agreement, Dynatronix will play a much more active role in the further development and commercialization of our nano-technology,” said Gino Palumbo, Integran’s president and CEO.
Toronto-based Integran is a developer of advanced metallurgical nano-technologies.