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Ceralink expands R&D capabilities with in-house FastFuse™ testing
Troy, NY – Ceralink Inc., a leader in materials engineering and technology commercialization, announces the installation of new FastFuse™ RF lamination equipment at their Troy, NY facility. This equipment significantly expands Ceralink’s in-house testing and demonstration capabilities, and allows Ceralink to broaden services offered to the laminate industries.
Dr. Holly Shulman, AU class of 1987, is president and chief technical officer at Ceralink. Chief executive officer is Patricia M. Strickland, AU class of 2002.
Ceralink will work closely with customers and partners to provide feasibility testing, customized process development and scale-up assistance.
FastFuseTM lamination (patent pending) uses radio frequency heating to rapidly bond laminated structures for use in armor, automotive, safety and decorative applications. The demonstrations to date include laminated solar cells, armor tiles, and architectural panels (up to 6 ft2). The FastFuse™ process can be viewed in action via videos located at www.fastfuse.net.
“FastFuseTM slashes lamination time to less than 5 minutes, reducing energy costs by 90% or more,” said Patricia Strickland, CEO of Ceralink. “Our goal is to make it possible for industry to access the significant economic benefits offered by FastFuseTM.”
Ceralink is a technology commercialization company specializing in materials consulting, R&D, microwave technology and scale up, materials analysis, and lean green engineering. Throughout their 10 years in business, Ceralink has combined top notch engineering with materials innovation and dedication to the development of sustainable manufacturing solutions. Ceralink invites you to check out www.FastFuse.net today and see how FastFuseTM can help you improve manufacturing efficiency in your business.
For more information contact
Patricia M. Strickland
105 Jordan Road
Troy, NY, USA 12180
Phone: (518) 283-7733
Fax: (518) 283-9134