About Helix Material Solutions
HMS was founded by a group of experts in nanotechnology, who arendevoted in bringing nanoscale materials to the market at affordablenprices. The company's first series of nanoscale materials are carbon nanotubes. CarbonnNanotubes (CNT) are a true example of nanotechnology, embodying ancombination of electrical, thermal, and structural properties.nHowever, the availability of high quality CNTs on the market has hinderednthe progress of research and development, and has become the majornbottleneck in advancing nanotube applications and bringing them to market. To accelerate the applications of carbon nanotubes, HMS aims to provide highnquality single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNT) and a variety ofnmulti-walled carbon nanotubes (MWNT). The company's nchemical vapor deposition (CVD) & arc processes aims to enable the productionnof nanotubes with controlled diameter distributions, which can be tailorednfor various applications. The company service the scientific community on time, every time.
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Helix Material Solutions's headquarters is located at 819 West Arapaho Road, Richardson.
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