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Latest update: 31/05/2023 12:08:20

Kankyo Resilience K.K.

We provide new means and materials to achieve “harmony between people and the environment.

We are a Yokohama National University venture company that researches, develops and manufactures nano-level functional materials such as “porous glass” and “silver nanoparticles.” We also propose innovative solutions using these materials. We have been working with various universities and research institutions to obtain cutting-edge research results and solve social issues.

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Heat-resistant packaging substrates and high-performance nanomaterials for next-generation power semiconductors
Silver Nanoparticles
Our True NANO Silver® is the world's first nanoparticle that has been successfully chemically synthesized in large quantities on a Kg-scale using a non-aqueous method. It is a silver nanoparticle with industrial significance. Furthermore, by using a non-aqueous process it is an easy-to-use bonding and coating material that can be used at temperatures of 250°C or lower due to their highly degradable non-sulfur, non-nitrogen protective groups. It is a mounting material that can be used for normal high-temperature mounting of next-generation power semiconductors such as SiC at temperatures exceeding 250°C, considered to be perfect for electric vehicles and other applications. As such it is quickly gaining attention in the EV industry.
Capable of joining various materials including aluminum with high electrical/thermal conductivity/heat resistance.
It has already gained some recognition as a material of great significance for practical applications such as smart grids.
Porous glass (porous glass)
Our porous glass is the first in the world to allow precise adjustment of pore size in a range from 1 nanometer to microns in powders, granules, plates, and tubes. It can be used for any material that matches the pore size.
The wide selection of surface chemical properties that can be given enables the selection of adsorption targets regardless of adsorption strength or organic/inorganic properties, and can be used for adsorption and removal of organic/inorganic toxic substances such as radioactive cesium and dioxins.
Furthermore, porous glass with a large pore size is excellent for handling large molecular weight materials with high steric hindrance. It can also be used for various applications such as nucleic acid materials, such as carriers for RNA and DNA synthesis.