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We are a team of engineers specializing in chemistry, nanomaterials engineering and automation of innovative industrial processes. We use our skills and knowledge to build devices that help us work with nanomaterials and dangerous substances. We produce gloveboxes of the original construction, which provide operators with safety during contact with harmful compounds, isolate sensitive materials from oxygen and moisture, and protect the working environment from what is undesirable.
Hoger glovebox can be used in the medical, chemical and pharmaceutical industries. Their individual elements are designed, prepared and adapted to each other by our specialists with unusual, even laboratory precision. We use only the services of proven suppliers. We attach great importance to the quality of used materials ranging from stainless steel elements to durable gloves made of chemically resistant materials.
What is important – we treat each project individually and during its implementation we take into account all specific customer requirements. The chamber may consist of many modules or be designed to adapted in every respect to the application and user’s needs.
Our solutions are supervised by:
Krzysztof Skupień (managing director): an expert in the field of nanomaterials. A graduate of the AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow. Doctor in the field of material engineering of nanoparticles. Since 2000, he has been conducting research involving the practical use of modern submicron materials, including in photovoltaics and printed electronics. He cooperated with many prestigious foreign units, including with the German Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy in Freiburg or the Nanotechnology Research Center at the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) in Taiwan. He is a co-author of several international scientific publications and patent applications.
3D-nano, Krzysztof Skupień Company is implementing a project co-financed from European Funds. "Hybrid isolator combining the features of a laminar chamber and a glove box with a high safety class with the possibility of performing operations in a robotic manner."
The aim of the project is to develop a prototype of a hybrid, modular isolation chamber, providing protection for the operator against the effects of contact with viruses, combining in one solution the features of laminar chambers and glove chambers with a high safety class, enabling the automation and robotization of repeatable technical operations.
FINANCING: 3 884 400,00 PLN
TOTAL INVESTMENT VALUE: 5 201 500,00 PLN