TMM uses lean manufacturing and environmentally responsible technology to create our products.

 

Advanced materials

We produce high quality products for Enterprise and Universities, those being Carbon Nanotubes and Aerogels.  We combine both to create our patented composite material.

sustainability

Our carbon nanotubes are created from waste-gas emissions through capture and offsetting.

We create aerogels without harmful solvents or gases, faster than ever.

We minimize our supply chain, conduct internal R&D and have our own distribution.

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COLLABORATION

We partner with industrial factories and provide cost-effective materials and carbon credits as incentives

We utilize Universities for characterization and testing of our products

Goodbye Silicon and Copper, Hello Future

 

Carbon is the element that launched the Industrial revolution when US Steel took Iron and added the prominent element to the surface.  It's by-product, CO2, is what launched global warming; estimated 80% of GHG.  

Paradoxically, it is our greatest friend and enemy.

TMM creates Carbon Black, Nanofibers, and Nanotubes with Responsible Methods.

Carbon Nanotubes are the most durable solid material known to man.  They are typically 10,000 times thinner than a human hair.  They also exhibit unusual qualities, such as semi-conducting and metal attributes.  Multi-walled and Single-walled are the two types used in Industry.  The primary application is for strength enhancement in polymers, cement, rubber, and sports equipment.  Current new products include high-efficiency batteries, supercapacitors, thin-films, EMI-shielding coating, conductive paint, microprocessing, and optics.

Carbon Black is the filler material in all tires, seals, and other rubber products.

 

 

20 times better than fiberglass

 

Aerogels are the lowest density solids on earth, typically between 80%-99% air.  They also have unique porosities and very high surface areas.  They were first popularized by NASA through the insulation of the MARS rover.  Since then, they have been utilized by Oil and Petrochemical companies for high-performance insulation.  They have new developments in energy storage, cryogenics, thermal management, light-weighting, and acoustic dampening.