Continuing the development of advanced coatings for industrial applications, DropWise Technologies Corp. has been awarded a Phase I SBIR contract by NAVAIR to protect heat exchangers from fouling and erosion in mission-critical activities.
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DropWise is excited to announce it was awarded a Phase II grant by the National Science Foundation to address the challenge of fouling on membranes used in biopharmaceutical processing. The successful application of this coating would increase the membrane lifetime and product yield of various production streams.
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The Fraunhofer Center for Sustainable Energy Systems (CSE) is pleased to announce DropWise Technologies Corp. as the winner of the TechBridge Challenge on Advanced Industrial Surfaces. The Challenge prize is up to $100k of testing services from Fraunhofer to help accelerate the startup’s technology.
DropWise was delighted to be awarded a TechConnect National Innovation Award for Advanced Vapor-Coating Technologies at this years’ conference in Washington D.C. Adam Paxson, CEO of DropWise, presented at the event on innovations in iCVD technology to allow for depositing a range of high-performance coatings to benefit industrial applications.