TP forms nanotechnology partnership with Batelle

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Specialist engineer TP Group said it had entered into a nine-year exclusive licensing agreement with Batelle to be a technology partner for their nanotechnology material.

The agreement enabled TP to develop and deploy carbon dioxide removal equipment for transportation and life support systems in ground, marine, air and space vehicles.

Batelle's SAMMS material would be used as the basis for an alternative approach to management of carbon dioxide levels in confined spaces.

'This agreement demonstrates our continued and successful investment in technology development and adoption to deliver the most advanced solutions to our customers whilst also allowing them to select from a range of options to find the one that best suits their long-term operational needs,' chief executive Phil Cartmell said.


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