Welcome INDA! BOSTON is the 2016 venue for IDEA16, the International Engineered Fabrics Conference & Exposition May 2-5, 2016.
TIAX’s technical development teams have long been working on the issues that matter to the engineered fabrics industry. We have a successful track record of developing materials-enabled products and technologies that meet near-term needs in fast growing end-use markets and applications, such as household and personal care products and functional clothing and textiles.
TIAX works across the engineered fabrics value chain, from materials and ingredients through to end-use applications. The result of our work: value-add and market impact for our clients.
Our many commercial and government clients have made TIAX their innovation partner to meet critical market and end-use needs. For a no-obligation consultation regarding how TIAX can help you with your needs, feel free to contact us.
We have moved…We at TIAX LLC are proud to announce that we have moved to a premier technology corridor in Massachusetts.
TIAX President Kenan Sahin received the National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations Foundation’s Ellis Island Medal of Honor on historic Ellis Island. Continue reading
In a Phase I award from the Army, a TIAX team is charged with developing an advanced articulated soldier knee and elbow protection system. Continue reading
The NETZSCH Analyzing & Testing Business Unit has acquired the TIAX Accelerating Rate Calorimeters (ARC®) and Automatic Pressure Tracking Adiabatic Calorimeters (APTAC™) business. Continue reading
In January 2009, TIAX was selected by the U.S. Department of Energy for a multi-year, multi-million-dollar award to support building technologies, especially in the area of energy efficiency. Continue reading
In a Phase I Small Business Innovation Research award from the Army, TIAX has been asked to develop a textile coating that repels both water and oil-based contaminants. Continue reading
TIAX has licensed its high-performance cathode material to CVRD Inco for Portable Power Applications. Continue reading
TIAX announced today that it has been issued one patent and received one notice of allowance by the United States Patent and Trademark Office for its Cel-X™ battery control technology. Continue reading
TIAX to develop engine sensor technology for U.S. Department of Energy in a $400,000 contract for new technology could bring high-efficiency automotive engines closer to commercialization. Continue reading