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Div. of Pascale Industries, Inc.
939 Currant Road
Fall River, MA, 02720-

Point of Contact Information

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Business Official:
Firm CFO (or equivalent):
POC Contracting Officer (or equivalent)

Additional Details

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SBC Control ID:
DUNS: 839103348
CAGE: n/a
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NAICS Codes: n/a

Company Profile


  1. Electrostatically Flocked Graphite Fiber Interface for Thermally Conductive Structural 2D Laminate Graphite Fiber Reinforced Composites

    Amount: $99,847.00

    ABSTRACT: The objective of the EY Technologies proposal is to develop a graphite fiber interface on the surface of a 2D graphite unidirectional tape to enhance the thermally conductive and structural ...

    STTR Phase I 2012 Air ForceDepartment of Defense
  2. 3-D Epoxy Printed Fabrics (Woven, Knits, Stretch Knits) for Integrated Sharp Object Protection for Dive Suit or Dive Skin Garment and Body Mapped Prot

    Amount: $99,968.00

    EY Technologies (EYT) proposes to accomplish three key objectives in this effort: 1) Generate 3-D Epoxy Printed Fabric Surfaces for Integrated Dive-Suit Sharp Object Protection. 2) Generate 3-D Epoxy ...

    SBIR Phase I 2010 Special Operations CommandDepartment of Defense
  3. STTR Phase I: Co-extruded electroded fiber sensors and actuators

    Amount: $149,900.00

    This Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase I project seeks to prepare textile fibers containing two metal electrodes embedded in a polymer electrolyte. These fibers will be formed with a mul ...

    STTR Phase I 2009 National Science Foundation
  4. Engineered Controlled Permeability Fibrous Membrane composite with Active Chemical Biological Deactivation Finish and No Melt No Drip F/R Fabric Liner

    Amount: $69,931.00

    Single Layer Non-Woven Material with desired functionalities of Chemical and Biological, Thermal Protection, Water Repellency, and Durability would be similar to NST funded research material integrate ...

    SBIR Phase I 2009 NavyDepartment of Defense
  5. Multifunctional Materials & Component Technologies for Managing Micro-Climate Domain in the Integrated Aircrew Ensemble (IAE) Architecture

    Amount: $749,560.00

    EY Technologies (EYT) proposed to develop and demonstrate the following low risk multifunctional materials for IAE. Bi-Layer No Melt No Drip Fabric for Fire Protection and Thermal and Physiological ma ...

    SBIR Phase II 2009 Air ForceDepartment of Defense
  6. Multifunctional Materials & Component Technologies for Managing Micro-Climate Domain in the Integrated Aircrew Ensemble (IAE) Architecture

    Amount: $99,263.00

    EY agrees with Air Force that integration of technologies on archaic aircrew ensemble architecture of 1960's doesn't allow leveraging the full potential of the component functionalities in the resulti ...

    SBIR Phase I 2008 Air ForceDepartment of Defense
  7. Engineered Intumescent Coated Textile Materials for Improved Comfort and Thermal Protection

    Amount: $69,968.00

    Engineered Yarns (EY) proposes Engineered Intumescent Coated Textile Materials for improved thermal protection for the Marine. Although in use for 50 years, Intumescents have been confined to mostly p ...

    SBIR Phase I 2008 NavyDepartment of Defense
  8. Highly Conducting Textile Fibers for Electro-Textile Applications.

    Amount: $729,000.00

    Electronic-textiles can communicate, sense, compute, and carry data both on the war zones and on the work environment. Micro electronic-textiles are relatively new and have strong innovative high valu ...

    SBIR Phase II 2007 ArmyDepartment of Defense
  9. Highly Conducting Textile Fibers for Electro-Textile Applications.

    Amount: $69,739.00

    The integration of electronics functionality to the textile structures offers a new and unique way to fabricate wearable military and commercial systems that sense, communicate, compute, and carry pow ...

    SBIR Phase I 2006 ArmyDepartment of Defense
  10. Vinyl Ester Compatible, High Modulus Fiber System for Composite Laminates

    Amount: $69,946.00

    Because of their improved corrosion resistance, high strength to weight ratios, high modulus to weight ratios, and low specific gravity compared to those of metallic materials, fiber reinforced polyme ...

    SBIR Phase I 2004 NavyDepartment of Defense

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