Lorad has expanded its production capabilities for the manufacture of custom synthesized inorganic sulfides into the multi-ton range. We now offer a larger variety of sulfide products, that along with our expertise in sulfide production, can deliver a precise purity, stoichiometry, and particle size for our customer’s applications.
Lorad is a leader in the development and manufacture of advanced inorganic materials. Our strength lies in our ability to develop unique and cost-effective processes for batch or continuous manufacture of less common or difficult to make materials. Our interest and passion for the synthesis of nano-materials is a natural extension of our core interest in materials synthesis and process development. To this end, Lorad scientists have focused on the research and development of a cost-effective platform for the commercial manufacture of nano-powder products.
Lorad Chemical is the most significant and experienced manufacturer of premium quality Lithium Sulfide in the world. Our product is used in advanced battery and catalyst applications.
Perovskites of the type Ba(A1/3B2/3)O3 where A = Mg , Zn and B = Ta ,Nb, have created significant interest related to their excellent microwave dielectric properties. Of this group, Barium Magnesium Tantalate has generated considerable interest as a near ideal material for dielectric resonator applications due to its high dielectric constant and unloaded quality factor and, its very low resonant frequency temperature dependence.
Lorad scientists have developed an efficient silver activated zinc sulfide phosphor for application in neutron detection devices.
Lorad can now offer high quality, US manufactured, Tantalum oxide tablets for thin – film optical coating applications. Bulk manufacturing of Tantalum oxide Tablets by Lorad allows us to maintain a very competitive market position, and this is passed on to our customers.
Lorad is able to offer custom synthesized fuel cell nano-powders in initial research and development quantities. Scale-up to commercial quantities can be facilitated upon request.
Lorad scientists have developed a modified cerium doped YAG phosphor that is an excellent candidate for the conversion of a 465nm emitting Blue LED to emit white light. Shown below, is a typical emission spectrum of the modified YAG when excited by 465nm emitting Blue LED.