Dynalene Inc. Overview - Lehigh University

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Dynalene Inc.

Satish Mohapatra, PhD

VP, Engineering

&

Daniel Loikits

President

Dynalene Facility

in Whitehall, PA

A Company History


Parent Company: Loikits Technologies,
Inc.



R&D started in 1993 with Lehigh
University and Ben Franklin



Developed a series of low temperature heat
transfer fluids (HTFs)

Dynalene Products


Ultra
-
low temperature heat transfer fluids


(
-
112
o
C) to high temperature fluids (350
o
C)



Water
-
based, hydrocarbons, silicones and glycol
chemistries



Better performance than many competitive
products


Dynalene and Nanotechnology

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HTF

Nanoparticles

Nanofluid

Projects


Department of Energy (DOE) funding for
SBIR Phase I and II


(Complex Coolant Fluid for PEM Fuel Cell Systems)



Department of Defense (Air Force)
funding for SBIR Phase I and II


(Advanced Thermo
-
Fluid Using Hybrid Nanoparticles)


Fuel Cells

A Stationary Fuel Cell

(Gen Core from Plug Power Inc.)

A Fuel Cell Power Plant by

Ballard Power Systems

Coolant Loop in a Fuel Cell

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Directed Energy (DE) Weapons
and High Power Electronics







Summary


Dynalene is changing from a traditional
specialty chemical company to a more
high
-
tech company.



Nanotechnology will provide Dynalene
with the next generation of products, which
will outperform its current product line.