Applied Colloids

Basic Information

11080 Industrial Circle NW
Elk River, MN, 55330-

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: 32511904
CAGE: n/a
SIC Codes: n/a
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Company Profile


  1. Nanotechnology Approach for Transmission Loss-of-Lubrication Survivability

    Amount: $499,339.00

    Applied Colloids has developed a simple nanotechnology technique with which to provide a low coefficient of friction on the interacting surfaces of gears and other interacting machinery. This technol ...

    SBIR Phase II 2014 ArmyDepartment of Defense
  2. Nanotechnology Approach for Transmission Loss-of-Lubrication Survivability

    Amount: $99,639.00

    Applied Colloids proposes the utilization of its proprietary nanotechnology in order to insure continued operation of powertrain transmissions utilized in rotorcraft. This will entail the use of a nan ...

    SBIR Phase I 2013 Department of Defense
  3. Degassing of Nanostructured Composite Powders Utilizing Unique, Low-Cost Heating Method

    Amount: $99,557.00

    Applied Colloids proposes the use of a unique heating method to degass cryomilled powders for use in Metal Matrix Composites (MMCs). This method is low-cost and scaleable to production quantities. P ...

    SBIR Phase I 2011 Department of Defense
  4. Recovery Act- Unique Alcohol Extraction Process Based on Jojoba Oil

    Amount: $142,568.00

    The extraction of dilute concentrations of alcohol from water is one that is widespread through industry and environmental clean-up. It is presently separated by distillation processes, where possible ...

    SBIR Phase I 2010 Department of Energy
  5. Nanophase Technology for Lithium-Ion (Li-ion) Battery Safety

    Amount: $99,610.00

    Many of the safety incidents that occur with lithium-ion batteries are due to the carbon anode currently in use. Incidents can occur that include overcharging in the system, which causes lithium meta ...

    SBIR Phase I 2009 Office of the Secretary of DefenseDepartment of Defense
  6. Renewable Biofuel Based on Jojoba Oil

    Amount: $79,745.00

    With the United States dependence on foreign oil imports, new renewable sources of fuel compatible with combustion engines must be found. A source of this new biofuel could be the jojoba plant which i ...

    SBIR Phase I 2009 Department of Agriculture
  7. Wax Substitutes for Melt Castable Explosive Fills

    Amount: $340,865.00

    Due to the phasing out of TNT usage in explosives due to safety and environmental concerns, insensitive explosives utilizing wax binders instead of TNT have gradually replaced TNT in bombs and other e ...

    SBIR Phase II 2007 Air ForceDepartment of Defense
  8. Wax Substitutes for Melt Castable Explosive Fills.

    Amount: $99,490.00

    The use of carnauba wax in melt/castable explosives yields a insensitive explosive formulation that enhances overall safety for the use of these munitions in the field. However, carnauba wax is only ...

    SBIR Phase I 2006 Air ForceDepartment of Defense

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