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The Award database is continually updated throughout the year. As a result, data for FY19 is not expected to be complete until June, 2020.

  1. SAFE AND ECONOMICAL CHLORINE DIOXIDE GENERATION

    SBC: Eltech Research Corpon            Topic: N/A

    SAFE, COST EFFECTIVE ALTERNATIVES TO CHLORINE TREATMENT OF DRINKING WATER FOR DISTRIBUTION AND DISINFECTION HAVE BEEN SOUGHT FOR SOME TIME. CHLORINE DIOXIDE IS A VIABLE ALTERNATIVE TO CHLORINE FOR THE TREATMENT OF EVEN POOR QUALITY WATER SUPPLIES AND THE REDUCTION OF POTENTIAL CANCER CAUSING CHLORINATED ORGANICS. ITS WIDESPREAD USE HAS BEEN INHIBITED BY THE COSTS AND/OR COMPLEXITY OF ITS PRODUCTIO ...

    SBIR Phase I 1989 Environmental Protection Agency
  2. DOUBLE HEAT EXCHANGES SYSTEM FOR MINIMIZING ENERGY AND POLLUTION CONTROL COSTS IN INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES

    SBC: Energy Innovations, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    THERE ARE NUMEROUS INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES REQUIRING THAT MATERIAL BE HEATED AND THEN SUBSEQUENTLY COOLED. IF MOST OF THIS HEAT IS RECOVERED AND RECYCLED TO THE OVEN, THE NET POWER INPUT TO THE OVEN COULD BE SUBSTANTIALLY REDUCED. THE KEY TO ACCOMPLISHING THIS IS AN INCREASE OF THE HEAT TRANSFER COEFFICIENT BETWEEN GAS AND MATERIAL SO THAT THE HEAT EXCHANGERS ARE RESASONABLY COMPACT. SIMPLE EXPERIMEN ...

    SBIR Phase I 1989 Environmental Protection Agency
  3. FEASIBILITY OF AN INTEGRATED CONTINUOUS PROCESS USING AUTO- MATIC INSTRUMENTATION AND STATAISTICAL ANALYSES TO REDUCE COSTS AND TO INCREASE THE EFFICIENCY OF PEAK DETECTION AND POLLUTION CONTROL IN UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS

    SBC: Production Monitoring &            Topic: N/A

    OVER THE LAST SEVERAL YEARS, THE EPA HAS DEVOTED MAJOR EF- FORTS TO IDENTIFY AND DOCUMENT THE MAGNITUDE OF THE RISKS OFENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION DUE TO LEAKING UDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS (UST). IN APRIL 1987, THE EPA PUBLISHED THE PROPOSED REGULATIONS FOR THE OWNERS AND OPERATORS OF UST, WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO BE FINALIZEDD IN EARLY 1988. THESE REGULATIONS INCLUDE REQUIREMENTS FOR TANK TIGHTNESS TESTS, ...

    SBIR Phase II 1989 Environmental Protection Agency
  4. Development of Zinc Coatings on Steel by Cermacladtm to Replace Galvanizing Pickling Lines

    SBC: MesoCoat            Topic: 13NCERB1

    Every year, a significant amount of money is lost due to atmospheric attack of steel parts. A convenient and effective way for corrosion protection is coating the unalloyed steel with a thin layer of zinc (Zn) metal by galvanizing. Pickling is an essential step of this process to ensure high quality surface of steel for further processing. In this process, acid is used to remove scale from the su ...

    SBIR Phase II 2015 Environmental Protection Agency
  5. Industrial Process Pollution Reduction by Development of Amorphous Biogenic Silica to Replace Fumed Silica

    SBC: SioTeX Corporation            Topic: 14NCER1A

    Fumed silica is an important additive in many products, including paints, plastics and tires, and is a $1.5 billion market with a 6 percent growth rate. However, fumed silica producers rely on an energy- intensive, costly and hazardous process. The air pollution resulting from the energy utilized to produce fumed silica is a combination of carbon emissions from the production of raw materials, ene ...

    SBIR Phase I 2015 Environmental Protection Agency
  6. Hard Gold Plating for Electronics Applications from a Non-Cyanide Bath

    SBC: Faraday Technology, Inc.            Topic: 14NCER2A

    The proposed program addresses the need for a commercialized process to efficiently deposit a hard gold coating from a non-cyanide bath for electronics applications that also does not contain nickel or cobalt. Seventy percent of industrial gold use is in the deposition of gold coatings for electronics applications. Most of the electrodeposited gold is used to provide electrical contact surfaces wi ...

    SBIR Phase I 2015 Environmental Protection Agency
  7. Low Cost Manufacturing Improvements for Discrete Part Manufacturing

    SBC: ADVANCED POWDER SOLUTIONS INC            Topic: DLA08001

    APS has assembled a world class team to manufacture net shape light weight materials. The team will utilize Additive Manufacturing consolidation techniques to make larger parts. The focus will be on replacing Beryllium and Aluminum. Commercialization of these materials is a key element of the program.

    SBIR Phase II 2015 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
  8. Low Cost Carbon Fluoride Active Materials for BA-5790/U Lithium Batteries

    SBC: AMERICAN ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES COMPANY            Topic: DLA152001

    American Energy Technologies Co. will partner with Eagle Picher Technologies and Alion Science & Technology in order to develop a lean and efficient method for synthesis of Lithium battery grade carbon monofluoride (CFx). The focus of the development work will be on continuous processing, application of domestic raw materials and use of modern material de-aggregation techniques for particles of th ...

    SBIR Phase I 2015 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
  9. Advanced Manufacturing Technologies

    SBC: BIG DELTA SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: DLA152001

    Big Delta Systems (BDS) is commercializing an advanced, additive manufacturing technology for the production of superior Li-ion battery electrodes that push the performance envelope of todays batteries while significantly reducing costs. This additive manufacturing technology offers an unprecedented design freedom for battery manufacturers to micro-engineer the structure of electrodes optimized fo ...

    SBIR Phase I 2015 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
  10. Tooling-Free On-Demand Repeatable Ceramic Engineered Components

    SBC: RENAISSANCE SERVICES            Topic: DLA152003

    This Phase I SBIR project demonstrates how CAD as tooling, coupled with additive manufacturing, will ultimately prove the viability of on-demand ceramic process aids for all legacy turbine airfoil investment castings.This in turn, will reduce the leadtime for ceramic process aids by 95% and save up to $750,000 per casting part number in tooling costs.This capability is driven by the need to suppor ...

    SBIR Phase I 2015 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
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