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At Nuenz's Wellington, New Zealand and Buffalo, New York manufacturing sites, we are perfecting a break-through, proprietary and highly efficient manufacturing process for silicon nitride fibres.
Nuenz's high-yield process is easily scalable and produces a product that is exceptionally cost-effective across multiple industry applications.
Silicon nitride fibres are light, strong and stiff. This coupled with high thermal and chemical resistance make them an excellent choice for reinforcing advanced composite materials.
Nuenz has expertise in blending special formulations of silicon nitride fibres with powders and liquids for direct addition to, or substitution of, existing compounds.
Nuenz has the product and expertise to allow partners to achieve greater materials performance in their composite products. With a number of product development collaborations maturing in NZ and USA we are now seeking additional innovative companies to work with to bring new products and materials to market.
Business TypeManufacturer
Main Productssilicon nitride nanofibre,silicon nitride fibre,silicon nitride nanofiber,silicon nitride fiber
Annual Output ValueBelow US$1 Million
Factory LocationLower Hutt, New Zealand
Factory SizeBelow 1,000 square meters
No. of Production Lines1
Export Percentage51% - 60%
No. of Employees in Trade Department1-2 People
Nearest PortWellington
Average Lead Time45 Day(s)
Accepted Delivery TermsFOB, Express Delivery
Accepted Payment CurrencyUSD
Accepted Payment TypeT/T
Language SpokenEnglish
Country/RegionNew Zealand
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