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Company Information:

Company Name:
Marlow Industries, Inc.
Address:
10451 Vista Park Road
Dallas, TX 75238
Phone:
(214) 342-4264
URL:
N/A
EIN:
751405259
DUNS:
62886981
Number of Employees:
185
Woman-Owned?:
No
Minority-Owned?:
No
HUBZone-Owned?:
No

Commercialization:

Has been acquired/merged with?:
N/A
Has had Spin-off?:
N/A
Has Had IPO?:
N/A
Year of IPO:
N/A
Has Patents?:
N/A
Number of Patents:
N/A
Total Sales to Date $:
$ 0.00
Total Investment to Date $
$ 0.00
POC Title:
N/A
POC Name:
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POC Phone:
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POC Email:
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Narrative:
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Award Totals:

Program/Phase Award Amount ($) Number of Awards
SBIR Phase I $468,445.00 7
SBIR Phase II $1,955,362.00 3
STTR Phase I $69,833.00 1
STTR Phase II $499,235.00 1

Award List:

USING PRESSED AND SINTERED BI-SB TO IMPROVE THERMOELECTRIC COOLERS BELOW 200K

Award Year / Program / Phase:
1991 / SBIR / Phase I
Award Amount:
$49,086.00
Agency:
NASA
Principal Investigator:
Abstract:
N/a

USING PRESSED AND SINTERED BI-SB TO IMPROVE THERMOELECTRIC COOLERS BELOW 200K

Award Year / Program / Phase:
1992 / SBIR / Phase II
Award Amount:
$490,660.00
Agency:
NASA
Principal Investigator:
Abstract:
This project lays the foundation for the development of a practical thermoelectric cooler that will obtain colder temperatures than 160k and/or higher efficiencies than current coolers when operating below 200k. the improved thermoelectric cooler would use n-type bi-sb, produced through powder… More

RESONANT DOPED BISMUTH TELLURIDE FOR RELIABLE, EFFICIENT CRYOCOOLING

Award Year / Program / Phase:
1992 / SBIR / Phase I
Award Amount:
$48,860.00
Agency / Branch:
DOD / ARMY
Principal Investigator:
E. H. Volckmann
Abstract:
The utility of reliable, solid-state, thermoelectric cooling technology can be extended to cryogenic temperatures (77 degrees k) through the use of new thermoelectric materials. a unique and innovative approach to improved thermoelectric materials capable of tripling the thermoelectric figure of… More

Advanced Thermoelectric Cooling Materials Through Anisotropic Modifications

Award Year / Program / Phase:
1995 / SBIR / Phase I
Award Amount:
$69,566.00
Agency / Branch:
DOD / ARMY
Principal Investigator:
E.h. Volckmann
Abstract:
Todays thermoelectric cooling materials exhibit a peak performance, termed ZT, of about 1.0. Recent development in the theory of quantum-well superlattices suggest that ZTs of up to 9 are possible. Work is ongoing to synthesize superlattices using techniques such as molecular beam epitaxy,… More

High Performance N-Type BiSb Alloys

Award Year / Program / Phase:
1995 / SBIR / Phase I
Award Amount:
$67,517.00
Agency / Branch:
DOD / ARMY
Principal Investigator:
E. H. Volckmann
Abstract:
Bismuth rich BiSb alloys exhibit the best n-type thermoelectric properties known. However, these properties are realized only in single crystals which are difficult to machine because they tend to cleave. Also, the anisotropic nature of BiSb requires that that the device current be passed across… More

Identification and Optimization of Advanced Thermoelectric Materials Utilizing Filled Skutterudites

Award Year / Program / Phase:
1995 / SBIR / Phase I
Award Amount:
$64,562.00
Agency:
NSF
Principal Investigator:
Hylan Lyon
Abstract:
N/a

Filled Skutterudites: Potential for Thermoelectric Cooling Applications

Award Year / Program / Phase:
1998 / SBIR / Phase I
Award Amount:
$99,467.00
Agency / Branch:
DOD / ARMY
Principal Investigator:
George S. Nolas
Abstract:
The skutterudite system is most interesting due to the market reduction in the thermal conductivity upon filling the voids in the structure. Recently data has been presented showing this material system to possess a relatively large figure of merit at high temperatures. However, the effect of the … More

N/A

Award Year / Program / Phase:
1999 / SBIR / Phase II
Award Amount:
$735,234.00
Agency / Branch:
DOD / ARMY
Principal Investigator:
George S Nolas
Abstract:
N/a

Novel Processing of High-Temperature Shape Memory Alloys

Award Year / Program / Phase:
2003 / STTR / Phase I
Award Amount:
$69,833.00
Agency / Branch:
DOD / NAVY
Principal Investigator:
Jeff Sharp, Chief Scientist
Research Institution:
TEXAS A&M UNIV.
RI Contact:
Brett M. Henry
Abstract:
This proposal is for advanced processing of Ni(Ti, Hf) shape memory alloys to achieve transformation temperatures suitable for use in the 100-200 C range, along with enhanced fatigue life. Binary NiTi alloys are the leading shape memory materials, buttheir transformation temperatures limit them to… More

Compact Laser with Active/Passive Cooling for LADAR Applications

Award Year / Program / Phase:
2003 / SBIR / Phase I
Award Amount:
$69,387.00
Agency / Branch:
DOD / ARMY
Principal Investigator:
David K. Finfrock, Engineering Program Manag
Abstract:
Marlow Industries (MI) proposes a hybrid thermoelectric cooler and phase change material assembly to provide a self-contained, compact cooling system that will provide limited duty cycle temperature stabilization as an integral part of a high repetitionrate, solid-state laser transmitter. Teaming… More

Compact Laser with Active/Passive Cooling for LADAR Applications

Award Year / Program / Phase:
2004 / SBIR / Phase II
Award Amount:
$729,468.00
Agency / Branch:
DOD / ARMY
Principal Investigator:
David Finfrock, Program Manager
Abstract:
Marlow Industries Incorporated (MI) and Coherent Technologies Incorporated (CTI) propose a compact and efficient 1.064 micrometer, 20 kHz, 10 Watt, 1-5ns pulse width, solid state laser transmitter with an integral high performance thermoelectric cooler/phase change reservoir for LADAR system… More

Compositions and Processing for Improved High Temperature Shape Memory Alloys

Award Year / Program / Phase:
2005 / STTR / Phase II
Award Amount:
$499,235.00
Agency / Branch:
DOD / NAVY
Principal Investigator:
Jeff Sharp, Chief Scientist
Research Institution:
TEXAS A&M UNIV.
RI Contact:
Brett Henry
Abstract:
The Phase I program demonstrated the feasibility of equal channel angular extrusion (ECAE) as a processing method for high temperature shape memory alloys. Ni(TiHf) was processed at temperatures that provided sufficient ductility, but for which recrystallization was not significant. Favorable… More