Draws upon crystal formation control technology for nano-scale inorganic particles, for products such as photosensitized materials, recording materials, printing materials and toners.
Fujifilm’s innovative NANOCUBIC coating technology with Barium-Ferrite particles has resulted in breakthrough data storage capabilities of up to 35.0 Terabytes on a single tape cartridge – that’s the equivalent of text from 35 million books requiring 248 miles of bookshelves.
The hulls of freighters and other maritime vessels and structures must be kept clean to reduce drag, optimize energy costs and reduce the time spent in dry dock. Fujifilm developed a non-toxic, silicone-based coating that incorporates nanotechnology, which does just that.
Today, you see printed images on almost any surface, from the foods you eat to ceramics, paper, and wood. Fujifilm’s nano particle fluids for high performance printing and micro precision inkjet print heads help to make this possible.
Fujifilm is a recognized leader in world class manufacturing. Across North America, Fujifilm facilities produce a broad range of products from photographic and graphic arts products and chemicals, to the newly acquired biopharmaceutical manufacturing facility whose expertise provides pharmaceutical companies with a faster way to bring their products to market.
Semiconductors are required in almost every industry. Fujifilm has developed one of the broadest lines worldwide of materials and equipment for semiconductor customers, making it possible to foster greater innovation among the world’s leading device makers, and earning recognition for these efforts over the past several years.