Dispersion Technology, Inc. was established in 1996 by Philip Goetz, its former Chairman (retired), and Dr. Andrei Dukhin, its current CEO
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DTI has developed and is currently marketing a family of instruments for characterizing particle size distribution, zeta potential, rheology, solid content, porosity, non-aqueous conductivity, and surfactant content in concentrated dispersions. Nano-dispersions, ceramic slurries, battery slurries, cements, pharmaceutical emulsions, porous bodies are examples of the samples that we measure.
DTI has 7 USA patents. Our participation in ISO lead to issuing 3 Standards on Acoustic particle sizing and 3 Standards on zeta potential measurement. We have 3 editions of a scientific book published in the leading publishing house for science literature – Elsevier. We have published several reviews and dozens of scientific papers. Our customers have published over 100 scientific papers representing results obtained with our instruments.
DTI international presence.
We have over 850 instruments installed in the USA, Japan, Taiwan, Germany, Canada, Netherlands, UK, South Korea, Singapore, Brazil, China, Thailand, Malaysia, India, Russia, Lithuania, Finland, Austria, Swiss, Italy, Spain, France, Check Rep., England, Mexico, Columbia, Kuwait, Australia, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait.
DTI currently has market representatives with dedicated agencies in Japan, China, SE Asia, Europe, Brazil, Canada, and Taiwan.
Dispersion Technology manufactures instrumentation in collaboration with several very specialized suppliers. They fabricate many sub-assemblies. This allows us to utilize the latest manufacturing technologies including multi-layers printed circuit boards, surface mounted parts, robot assembly, automatic test, numerically controlled machines, etc. Therefore, we can easily ramp up production to meet demand when minimizing investment in machinery and resultant high overhead. We only do final assembly and test at our facilities. This makes it possible for us to concentrate our efforts on developing new applications, writing software, and marketing.
DTI occupies about 3,000 square feet of office and laboratory and manufacturing space in Bedford Hills, an hour North from NYC.
Our physical chemistry laboratory contains everything for characterizing colloidal systems including hoods, glassware, heaters, stirrers, balances, pH meters, high power sonicators, centrifuge, high temperature oven, microscopes, viscometers, rheometers, pycnometers, microelectrophoresis instruments, etc.
We have a small prototype shop useful for experimenting with new designs, including such items as drill presses, bandsaw, grinder, as well as the normal complement of hand tools.
You are welcome to visit us.