Marine Applications

Super Durable Seawall Composites

Rebuilding Pipelines for gas and oil ( critically needed)

Reinforcing Piers with Marine Composite collars

Coral Reef Restoration, Oyster Habitat composites

3D printed coral reefs can help restore sea life that is in serious and immediate danger. NanoArchitech’s materials are ideal with no off-gassing like regular cement providing a healthy environment for habitat.
Astounding success in restoring reefs with 3D printing solutions

popsci.com/3d-printing-could-save-coral-reefs

   

Nanoarchitech’s composites do not release toxins into the water and benefit marine life safety. Recently, our company has provided materials to the San Francisco Water Shed Project that participated in oyster restoration by creating topless domes with openings on the sides to all plankton to attach to the sidewalls of the domes.  The domes cured in 20 minutes and were ready to drop into the water. The material can also repair existing coral reefs to high strengths and offers resilience to acidic decay.

https://www.engineering.com/3DPrinting/3DPrintingArticles/ArticleID/17809/In-the-Face-of-Cli

Failing Seawalls are an environmental and financial disaster that all US Coastal Cities are facing.

The crumbling sea wall in San Francisco, Calif., photographed Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018, is the subject of Proposition A, a $425 million plan to rebuild the 100-year-old structure that runs the Embarcadero from Fisherman’s Wharf to the San Francisco Giants ballpark. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group) 

The Center for Climate Integrity’s recent study concludes that by 2040, building seawalls for storm surge protection for U.S. coastal cities with more than 25,000 residents will require at least $42 billion dollars.

In San Francisco, voters approved a $425 million bond to pay a quarter of the costs of fortifying a sea wall. A full makeover of the Embarcadero, one that prepares for sea level rise as well as earthquakes, could cost upward of $5 billion and take decades to complete.

NANOARCHITECH‘S Nanoceramic products were developed to withstand extreme conditions from natural and manmade disasters. Waterproof, Lifecycle 3 times longer than cement, and encapsulates toxins and CO2.

NANOARCHITECH …. Our patented products were created at the request of FEMA and HUD.

Resilience is our middle name.

FEMA is devising a program, “Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities” focused on funding public infrastructure projects that increase a community’s resilience before a disaster by setting up to 25 percent of estimated disaster expenses, a total of $300 million to $500 million per year. NANOARCHITECH’s solutions are available for deployment for private and public infrastructure projects.

Contact: jan@NanoArchitech.com