Aculon, Inc. commercializes unique surface and interfacial coatings leveraging nanotechnology discoveries made at Princeton University. The Princeton intellectual property includes two issued patents and seven pending applications, with Aculon as the exclusive worldwide licensee for non-biological applications.
Aculon's technology is exceptionally versatile and enables several platforms of high-value commercial opportunities. At present, the Company is focused on three platforms: (1) easy-clean, anti-smudge coatings for eyeglasses and other optical surfaces such as flat panel displays, and stainless steel; (2) coatings that boost adhesion strength to difficult-to-adhere-to surfaces such as glass, certain metals and plastics; and (3) coatings that improve the functionality of electronic devices such as displays, electrolytic capacitors and printed circuit boards.
Repellency Treatments for Electronics
Aculon's hydrophobic (water repelling and oleophobic (oil repelling) treatments for electronics can be used to increase reliability, improve performance characteristics and add value to consumer electronics in the form of easy clean finger print resistant surfaces.
Adhesion Promotion Treatments for Electronics
Aculon's adhesion promotion treatments can be used to increase the bond strength, eliminate delamination, and improve reliability of difficult to bond substrates.
Particle Treatments for Electronics
Surface modification treatments of particles are important for performance and reliability in electronics. Aculon’s particle treatments can be used on a broad range of materials used in electronic applications including metals, metal oxides, polymers, and ceramics.
Adhesion Promotion Electronics Coatings Increase the bond strength, eliminate delamination, and improve reliability of difficult to bond substrates. Aculon's non-stick, adhesion promotion and anti-oxidati...
Oleophobic and Hydrophobic Electronics Coatings Aculon's repellency treatments can be used to modify a broad range of materials used in electronic applications including metals, metal oxides, polymers, and ceramics. Hydrophobic...
Dec 17, 2018 | Aculon, Inc. announced today that Donald Cunningham has joined its team as Vice President of Sales. In this new position, Cunningham will oversee the development and implementation of Aculon’s sales strategy and business development to meet the surging demand for Aculon’s nano-enabled coatings and surface modification treatments.
Jan 12, 2013 | Aculon announces the launch of their latest generation of stencil coating technology. Aculon’s proprietary technology treats the underside of stencils to make them fluxophobic i.e. repels flux and oils.