METSS Corporation

Company Information

Company Name
METSS Corporation
Address
300 Westdale Avenue
Westerville, OH, -
Phone
1 614-797-2200
URL
http://www.metss.com
DUNS
877299446
Number of Employees
18
Hubzone Owned:
N
Minority Owned:
N
Woman Owned:
N

Award Totals

PROGRAM/PHASE
AWARD AMOUNT ($)
NUMBER OF AWARDS
SBIR Phase I
$5,858,225.00
69
SBIR Phase II
$20,634,774.00
31
STTR Phase I
$329,286.00
3
STTR Phase II
$499,046.00
1

Award List

  1. Extraction of Atmospheric CO2 and Conversion to Liquid Hydrocarbon Fuel

    Amount: $98,504.00

    Advanced energy conversion and storage technology is under intense development to meet the increasing power demand by the military. Consumption of petroleum-based JP-8 fuel for propulsion and for ele ...

    SBIR Phase I 2010 Office of the Secretary of DefenseDepartment of Defense
  2. Fluids for Dielectric Switch Applications

    Amount: $99,270.00

    The Air Force has developed a fluid-filled high power dielectric switch for pulsed power applications. For optimum operation, a switch should have a nearly constant breakdown voltage or low jitter. Ma ...

    SBIR Phase I 2010 Air ForceDepartment of Defense
  3. Rain Repellency for Shipboard Aircraft Transparency

    Amount: $79,853.00

    Navy aircraft often have to taxi, take-off, and land during conditions of differing amounts of rain. While performing taxi and take-off operations the pilot must be able to clearly see ground crew dir ...

    SBIR Phase I 2010 NavyDepartment of Defense
  4. Products to Reduce Aircraft Transparency System Cost of Ownership: Recycling of Polymeric Aircraft Transparencies

    Amount: $587,433.00

    Transparency ownership costs have been increasing in recent years reflecting the need to account for the total cycle costs which includes final disposition and disposal. The current method of disposa ...

    SBIR Phase II 1996 Air ForceDepartment of Defense
  5. Barium Free Corrosion Inhibited Hydraulic Fluids

    Amount: $79,874.00

    During the storage of hydraulic components small amounts of water and other contaminants can cause corrosion on the metallic surfaces. The resultant corrosion can lead to failure of the component by ...

    SBIR Phase I 1995 Air ForceDepartment of Defense
  6. THE DEVELOPMENT OF ENVIRONMENTALLY BENIGN AIRCRAFT DEICING/ANTI-ICING FLUIDS

    Amount: $99,750.00

    Currently, military and civilian airports employ large quantities of glycol-based runway and wing deicers which are either toxic or biodegrade too rapidly, but in either event, have a negative impact ...

    SBIR Phase I 1997 Air ForceDepartment of Defense
  7. THE DEVELOPMENT OF ENVIRONMENTALLY BENIGN AIRCRAFT DEICING/ANTI-ICING FLUIDS

    Amount: $712,578.00

    Currently, military and civilian airports employ large quantities of glycol-based runway and wing deicers which are either toxic or biodegrade too rapidly, but in either event, have a negative impact ...

    SBIR Phase II 1998 Air ForceDepartment of Defense
  8. Development of Static Dissipative Hard Laminate Surfaces

    Amount: $99,866.00

    N/A

    SBIR Phase I 1999 Air ForceDepartment of Defense
  9. Development of Static Dissipative Hard Laminate Surfaces

    Amount: $595,445.00

    N/A

    SBIR Phase II 2000 Air ForceDepartment of Defense
  10. New Material for O-Rings and Seals in Halon 1202 Pressurized Systems

    Amount: $99,995.00

    N/A

    SBIR Phase I 1999 Air ForceDepartment of Defense

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