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Mr Stuart Burchill Industrial-Nanotech, Inc.
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Mr Stuart Burchill - CEO and Co-Founder, Industrial-Nanotech, Inc.

Applications and benefits of nanotechnology in the textile industry are immense. With 'technology-wisdom' of nature i.e. Nanotechnology, our industry has begun to upgrade itself on this platform that enables faster production of more efficient, cleaner, stronger, lighter and quality products.

No one can afford to ignore the dramatic developments that nanotechnology is producing in materials and the manner in which materials are designed and manufactured. There are too many effective solutions to problems and too many opportunities coming to the marketplace.

Headquartered in Florida, USA, Industrial Nanotech Inc. develops and commercializes new and innovative applications for nanotechnology. The Company is rapidly emerging as a global nanoscience solutions and research leader.

While global competition forces manufacturing companies to reduce production costs, where energy and metal prices are increasing rapidly, to make maximum use of the energy available and to install systems with much longer usable lifetime, the company offers solutions and products in both insulation and corrosion protection for industries like Textile, Restaurant, Automotive, Processing, and Airport.

Mr Stuart Burchill is the Co-Founder and CEO of Industrial Nanotech. He is also the inventor of the Nansulate® line of coatings and has two other patents submitted to the USPTO. He began working with nanotechnology in 2002, after successfully managing a regional Florida medical journal. Prior to Industrial Nanotech, he worked extensively in real estate development, sales, and commercial property management.

Mr Burchill’s early business experience focused on marketing for a publicly held company, Mcfaddin Ventures, which maintained an extensive portfolio of hotels, restaurants, and nightclub properties. Mr Burchill has also served as a consultant to high net worth individuals in the area of mid-sized business acquisitions.

Interviewed by Face2Face team, Mr Stuart Burchill shares about application areas of Nanotech products into textile and clothing, and market strength of this emerging sector.

fibre2fashion: How does your company associate itself to textile and clothing industry?

Mr Stuart Burchill

Our company’s Nansulate High Heat coating was introduced to the textile industry in Turkey in the fall of 2005 by our distributor there, Kolorgen Ltd. Since then, our products have been used on equipment such as dyeing machines, heat exchanger and LNG burners, and energy reductions seen have been in the 20 percent range. Over 30 textile plants there have been introduced to Nansulate.



 
fibre2fashion: Which all solutions/products do you offer for select industry? What are their areas of application?

Mr Stuart Burchill

Our High Heat product is very useful for all types of textile machinery. It has been used to not only reduce energy used to heat equipment but has also increase dye lot consistency by insulating the machine in a more consistent manner than other types of insulation. Thin film nature of the coating allow it to be used in a variety of equipment where other types of insulation cannot be used. Because the coating also contains corrosion prevention it also protects the equipment from rust and corrosion. Nansulate is used as a thermal insulation to reduce energy costs and cool surface temperature of equipment.



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Published on : 12 Nov 2007
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