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About iACTIV

Welcome to the world of fast, smart, and microscopic devices - iACTIV Corporation produces miniature valves (MEMS microvalves) for use in applications that require precise control of tiny amounts of fluids. Applications span from simple stand-alone general purpose industrial microvalves to highly specialized Integrated Low-Cost Braille display Systems or Flight Control actuation sub-systems.

Headquarters Location

4415 Euclid Ave.

Cleveland, Ohio, 44103,

United States

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iACTIV Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is iACTIV's headquarters?

    iACTIV's headquarters is located at 4415 Euclid Ave., Cleveland.

  • Who are iACTIV's competitors?

    Competitors of iACTIV include Subchem Systems and 4 more.

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Takasago Fluidic Systems

Takasago Fluidic Systems (TFS) designs, manufactures, and sells fluidic control components. It manufactures precise fluidic control related components such as solenoid valves, pinch valves, air-operated valves, diaphragm pumps, syringe pumps, peristaltic pumps, piezoelectric micro-pumps, manifolds, and other products used in a variety of fields such as diagnostic equipment, environmental measurement devices, many types of scientific analytical applications, medical apparatuses, inkjet printers, fuel cells, and more. It was founded in 1959 and is based in Aichi, Japan.

Subchem Systems

Subchem Systems is a company that received a Department of Defense SBIR/STTR grant for a project entitled: Compact, Lightweight Chemical Sensor for Underwater Explosive Ordnance (EOD) Application. The abstract given for this project is as follows: SubChem Systems Inc. has been involved in the further development, deployment and commercialization of autonomous in-situ chemical analyzers and custom engineered payloads since 1996. SubChem Analyzers have been deployed on commercial AUVs, coastal gliders, autonomous moored vertical profilers, fixed moored structures and other ocean observation platforms. The overall objective of this funding will be to provide a conceptual design of a Diver held chemical sensor capable of sensing chemical/explosive signatures focusing on nitro-based explosives. The requirements needed of the sensor for integration to the DHINS, HULS and BULS systems will also be documented. SubChem Systems maintains the expertise to provide an assessment of several chemical sensing techniques which may be applicable to the sensing of explosives underwater to be applied to the conceptual design. SubChem is currently developing a Miniature Chemical Sensor, ChemFIN, for the detection of trace levels of explosives and other target chemicals. This sensor couples a unique micro-fluidic technology providing a low cost, low power, and platform independent architecture. Funding from this Phase 1 effort will produce a conceptual adaptation to a Diver Held ChemFIN. This variant will incorporate an applicable sensing technology for localization and classification of nitrate-based (TNT,DNT) and potentially peroxide-based (TATP,HMTD) chemical/explosive mixtures.

Victhom Human Bionics

Victhom Human Bionics is involved in the field of life sciences. The company is also involved in the automation and development of biomechanical systems and specific medical devices associated with human bionics. Victhom operates a human bionics laboratory devoted to leg prosthetics, called anthropomorphic legs.


Puffer-Sweiven is an independent, employee-owned company. It provides solutions for process control and flow control. The company offers control and safety instrumented systems, pumps, pressure protection, vibration monitoring, regulators, and more. It was founded in 1945 and is based in Stafford, Texas.

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General Air Products

General Air Products is a machine-tool manufacturing company. It specializes in manufacturing, engineering, and distributing industrial, compressed air, and process cooling equipment. Its products include air-cooled chillers, water-cooled chillers, fluid pumping stations, heat exchangers, air compressors for fire protection, and more. It was founded in 1936 and is based in Exton, Pennsylvania.

Visyx Technologies

Visyx designs and manufactures high performance multi-parametric physical property sensors that simultaneously and directly measure the viscosity, density, dielectric constant and temperature of oils, lubricants, fuels, refrigerants, coolants and other fluids. Visyx sensors provide real-time, in-situ monitoring of fluids contained in engines, machines, transmissions, gear boxes, hydraulics and other systems to determine the condition and quality of fluids that are fundamental to the operation of these critical assets. Our advanced sensors allow companies, OEM's and asset reliability maintenance programs to proactively manage fluid change intervals to minimize asset downtime, maximize performance and profits, and protect the environment. Visyx sensors utilize tuning fork technology that was developed, patented and broadly applied in a number of industries for nearly 10 years by Symyx Technologies. This robust sensor technology was tested in extreme operating conditions including pressures exceeding 10,000 psi, temperatures ranging from -250° C to >125° C and vibration extremes to 46 G rms. High performance engineering of the sensor is now focused to meet the stringent reliability, performance and high volume manufacturing demands of the transportation industry. The basic system architecture and performance envelope also supports the needs of industrial applications. Visyx sells its sensor technology directly to OEMs, System Integrators and Value Added Resellers. In some cases, Visyx licenses tuning fork technology to strategic partners, such as Hella KG, to enable the effective commercialization of the technology within specific industries.

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