Bringing revolution in performance materials
OFFICIAL SITE OF THE CAMETICS LIMITED
CAMETICS is an R&D enterprise born out of the University of Cambridge. It was founded in 2014 by Prof. Krzysztof Koziol and
Dr Marek Burda with the mission of bringing to the market innovative solutions in the field of advanced materials, such as nano carbons, metals and polymers.
CAMETICS specialises in design and fabrication of nano composite and hybrid products for thermal, electrical and structural applications and also holds unique IP providing solution for joining carbon materials and other materials generally considered as difficult to solder.
CAMETICS offers commercial R&D services focused on providing a unique approach to a client’s most demanding needs. By the use of advanced materials and nano-technology, industrially novel solutions can be created which will provide a competitive edge for our clients over the current market. We also offer partnership or support in the growth and scale-up of such products for commercialisation.
SOME OF OUR SUCCESSFUL DEVELOPMENTS:
Ampashield NV is a Joint Venture Company between
Aurubis Belgium NV/SA and Cametics Ltd
specialized in nano-carbon enabled coating solutions
Ampashield is a family of advanced coating products designed to
impart cutting-edge properties of nanomaterials
through simple coating application
C-SOLDER is a new tin-based lead-free low-temperature soldering alloy
which enable joining of various carbon materials including carbon fibres or carbon nanotube fibres,
ceramics and metals including aluminium.
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Our HIGH QUALITY VERTICALLY ALIGNED MULTI-WALLED CARBON NANOTUBE ARRAYS
come with no substrate therefore can be used in your application with no additional treatment.
VoltThrust is a joint development between Aurubis Belgium NV/SA and Cametics Ltd focusing on innovation within electric motor technologies, by the strategic implementation of nanomaterials within such systems.
VoltThrust mission is to transfer of proprietary technology to various sectors where electric motors are expected to enable reduction of carbon footprint by replacement of internal combustion engines.