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additech.com

Founded Year

1995

Stage

Debt | Alive

Total Raised

$31M

Last Raised

$5M | 8 yrs ago

About Additech

Additech provides consumers with an automated system for cleaning and maintaining their automobile fuel systems, right at the gas pump while they are pumping their gas. Additech designs, builds and operates a unique at-the-pump automobile engine maintenance system. Additech's system blends specialty fuel additives into fuel as it is pumped. These specially blended fuel system products clean vital engine parts as consumers drive.

Additech Headquarter Location

10925 Kinghurst Suite 500

Houston, Texas, 77099,

United States

281-498-5954

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Additech Patents

Additech has filed 3 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Air pollution
  • Atmospheric dispersion modeling
  • Engine technology
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

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5/26/2010

10/1/2019

Graph families, Ethanol fuel, Chemical processes, Regular graphs, Petroleum products

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Application Date

5/26/2010

Grant Date

10/1/2019

Title

Related Topics

Graph families, Ethanol fuel, Chemical processes, Regular graphs, Petroleum products

Status

Grant

Latest Additech News

Additech to use CADS Additive software for metal AM education

Apr 13, 2021

April 12, 2021 Espen Matre, CTO at Additech, with one of the company’s DMG Mori Lasertec 30 Additive Manufacturing machines (Courtesy Additech AS) Manufacturer of high-performance algorithms and software solutions for data preparation for metal Additive Manufacturing, CADS Additive GmbH, Perg, Austria, has collaborated with manufacturer Additech AS, Bergen, Norway, to establish a number of AM education programmes and in-house education centres and training using AM-Studio software. Additech reports that it had been searching for a suitable data preparation software solution. Espen Matre, CTO at Additech, settled on CADS Additive’s AM-Studio suite was the right option for the company. “Data preparation for metallic Additive Manufacturing can take a lot of time, which drives up the costs associated with the products we produce,” Matre stated. “At Additech, we put a lot into data preparation, especially the slicing process, and it became very costly to have failed prints due to the slicing software. With AM-Studio we chose the optimal solution. Intuitive, high-performing, fast, and simple. The perfect price-performance ratio compared to more expensive software suites from other software manufacturers in Europe.” For Additech, part of the Norwegian Catapult programme, which aims to support innovation in small- and medium-sized enterprises in specific areas of the country, education also plays a big role in the company. “Here at Additech, we deploy a lived hands-on mentality. We see the enormous potential of Additive Manufacturing, and want to establish our thinking of ‘Learning by Doing’ in industry and university,” stated Anders Helland, CEO of Additech. “For innovation, you have to convince engineers at the very early stages in their education. Therefore, we want to combine industry and university. Here, we see the cooperation with CADS Additive as decisive.” CADS Additive shares this passion for disseminating Additive Manufacturing education, with workshops hosting application centres planned in its native Austria. At these locations, customers and students alike will be offered the opportunity to take part in training for metal AM. “We want to bring metallic Additive Manufacturing into school classes at the earliest stage possible,” added Daniel Plos, Sales Director at CADS Additive. “Only if knowledge of, and understanding in, this technology is spread at these early stages, can innovation be lived in the industry later.” April 9, 2021 Manufacturer of metal Additive Manufacturing machines and solutions Eplus3D, Beijing, China, has released a new Laser Beam Powder Bed Fusion (PBF-L... » April 8, 2021 TÜV SÜD, Munich, Germany, has introduced a virtual training series for Additive Manufacturing that will make clear distinctions between the new t... » April 12, 2021 The BEAMIT Group, Fornovo di Taro, Italy, has acquired Additive Manufacturing service provider 3T Additive Manufacturing, Newbury, Berkshire, UK, f... » April 9, 2021 Simufact Engineering GmbH, Hamburg, Germany, has announced the release of Simufact Forming 2021. This simulation software includes five key highlig... » Search for:

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  • When was Additech founded?

    Additech was founded in 1995.

  • Where is Additech's headquarters?

    Additech's headquarters is located at 10925 Kinghurst, Houston.

  • What is Additech's latest funding round?

    Additech's latest funding round is Debt.

  • How much did Additech raise?

    Additech raised a total of $31M.

  • Who are the investors of Additech?

    Investors of Additech include Horizon Technology Finance, BEV Capital, Adams Capital Management and Signature Capital.

  • Who are Additech's competitors?

    Competitors of Additech include Sensus Metering Systems, ClearEdge Power, SynapSense, iWatt, Purify Solutions and 11 more.

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