Surface Engineering Solutions Through Biomimicry


Is it possible, in a simple and environmentally safe way, to overcome the decades-old adhesive bonding challenges presented to us by materials with the lowest surface energy? The answer is…yes.


Through biomimicry and specialized R&D efforts our scientists have invented and patented a new protein molecule that is aqueous based, environmentally clean, and allows for surface engineering opportunities at a molecular level in both the industrial and life sciences.

Environmentally Responsible

In the past, adhering to materials with low surface energy has often involved environmentally harmful components. We offer clean, environmentally safe, adhesive bonding that contains NO volatile organic compounds.

Aqueous Based Solutions that Bond PTFE

Nautilus Soultions

We take pride in our ability to learn the fundamentals of virtually any industry quickly. Some of the markets we have served include green technologies, medical devices, coatings, industrial applications and more. We believe that the value we bring to the table is industry expertise and a deep understanding of all traditional and emerging surface sciences.

Traditionally, bonding materials with low surface energy required complicated, messy, toxic processes that damaged the PTFE surfaces. Not only can we replace these archaic processes with simplified solutions that save energy, we can make your operations environmentally friendly as well. We offer safe, odorless, aqueous alternatives with zero VOCs (volatile organic compounds) and no nasty solvents.

Without the need for etching or chemical processing (that damage surfaces) we have created a colloid with high temperature durability (>250◦C), high chemical resistance, and high affinity for bonding to difficult surfaces. Our process produces great adhesion, uses less energy, and removes the need for mechanical bonding methods.

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We are looking for surface engineering opportunities with partners who are willing to challenge the boundaries of what is being applied today. Is that you?