Atomic Layer Deposition
Forge Nano’s proprietary Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) technology, Atomic Armor, enables atomic level engineering and nanoscale surface enhancement to build better materials and unlock its potential to build better products. Atomic Armor applies ALD coatings with speed and precision to unlock your product’s performance and scale beyond anything imaginable.
How it works
Atomic Armor creates a nano shield to prevent negative reactions
Atomic Armor unlocks product performance at the atomic level
Build Better Products
With Atomic Armor, Forge Nano is building better products.
Build Better Batteries
The Future Is Electric
We are in the midst of a once-in-a-generation transformation. From fossil fuels to decarbonized, clean and sustainable energy. From internal combustion engines to electrified mobility.
To power this transformation, we need better batteries.
Batteries that look and act like today’s lithium-ion batteries but are built better. Batteries that deliver the functionality and value that automakers and consumers demand and deserve.
Atomic Armor improves the capacity and durability of lithium-ion batteries, making them charge faster and last longer – with better safety at a lower cost.
Atomic Armor delivers ultra-thin conformal coatings on semiconductor wafers and components, providing precise thickness control and robust film properties – superior to any other coating technology.
Atomic Armor – enabled by Forge Nano’s equipment and services – is more efficient and more cost effective than ever before. Semiconductor fabricators can create hermetic, pin-hole free, low-stress thin films that offer excellent uniformity and precision for a range of applications, from 75-200mm wafers to fully assembled semiconductor packages ready for hermetic packaging.
3D printing is growing at an exponential rate, however, the technology still has significant limitations. Atomic Armor enhances the process to deliver higher-quality products.
3D printing is advancing the medical, dental, automotive, aerospace and defense industries.
Bespoke components with intricate designs and unique material properties can be made with ease for a wide variety of applications by 3D printing. Yet the technology suffers from significant issues that diminish product quality.
Applying Atomic Armor to metal 3D printing improves flowability, moisture/oxidation resistance, sintering interfaces and reduces inclusions.
Using Atomic Armor, we can build a catalyst that is more stable, robust and selective to reduce the energy consumption during chemical manufacturing.
Catalysts play a profoundly vital role in major industrial sectors of the world’s economy, such as petroleum (oil and gas), chemicals production (e.g., polymers/plastics), and even the food industry. Using kinetic and thermodynamic measurements to calculate real world process variability, we can determine the impact of Atomic Armor on selectivity, fouling resistance, and regeneration. This means cheaper, more efficient production of consumer goods – and reduced greenhouse gas emissions.
Atomic Armor improves the thermostability, compactability, flowability and particle dispersion of the powder materials used in pharmaceutical ingredients and medical devices.
The pharmaceutical industry processes a wide variety of powder materials, from active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) to filler materials for use in divided powders. Powders are processed into capsules, tablets, pellets, inhaler doses or ophthalmic treatments such as eye drops. Atomic Armor enhances powder processability to reduce manufacturing time and cost.