Nanocrystal Materials in New, Low Boiling Ethyl Acetate Offer Efficient and Simple Integration for Manufacturing Companies Worldwide
Baltimore, Maryland – Pixelligent, the leader in high-index advanced materials, today launched a new family of PixClear® materials for display and optical components and films. The PixClear product line is now available in a new solvent system — a low boiling ethyl acetate (ETA) — that delivers the same high performance while easing integration with customer manufacturing processes. Now leading manufacturing companies will have the choice of a standard, high-boiling propylene glycol methyl ether acetate (PGMEA) or the low boiling ETA for their testing. These materials are available in both 20 percent and 50 percent loadings for PixClear PG and PixClear PB.
“The launch of our new PixClear ETA materials is a response to customer demand. These low boiling ETA dispersions will result in brighter, clearer devices produced at a lower cost, which directly supports reducing time to innovation for our customers in the display and adhesives space,” said Craig Bandes, President and CEO of Pixelligent. “At Pixelligent, we continue to expand our matrix of high quality, high-index nanomaterials in order to support the growth of our customers.” Matt Healy, Vice President of Product Management adds, “In August, we launched a full OLED materials family, which includes four products for testing internal light extraction structures for OLED lighting. All totaled, we have introduced 12 new products for customer testing in the past three months.”
Pixelligent has established itself as the leading provider of zirconia nanocrystals from R&D to manufacturing scale. PixClear zirconia dispersions are now available for order in two solvents, and at two different loadings, to complement the processes used for the production of displays and optical components.
About Pixelligent Technologies, LLC
Pixelligent Technologies is an advanced materials company that is leveraging nanotechnology to deliver the next generation of high-index materials for solid-state lighting and optical coatings and films applications. Pixelligent’s PixClear® zirconia dispersions deliver the highest refractive index, transparency and stability and can be easily incorporated into the most commonly used polymers, including silicones, acrylics, and epoxies using industry standard manufacturing processes. For more information on Pixelligent, please visit www.pixelligent.com or follow us on Twitter @Pixelligent.