InMat®, Inc., headquartered in New Jersey, U.S.A. is a leading company in the field of nanocomposite coatings that dramatically improve the barrier properties of polymers and elastomers.
Founded in 1999, and selling commercially since 2001, InMat develops, markets and manufactures nanocomposite coatings.
These coatings use InMat’s proprietary and patented Nanolok™ technology
platform, and have been marketed under the brand name Air D-Fense™ and
Nanolok™. These products will enable significant advancements in
industries including flexible and rigid packaging, automotive, medical,
protective apparel and sports equipment.
The core InMat technical development team has been together since
1997. The team has demonstrated its ability to develop, scale-up and
manufacture new barrier coatings as well as its commitment and
creativity towards success.
Harris Goldberg PhD, President and CEO, has over
twenty years of experience developing new business opportunities. He has
been a leader in both a business and technical capacity in past
positions. As president and cofounder of InMat, he leads the company’s
growth strategy. He is also a highly sought-after speaker at various
nanotechnology and business conferences. Dr. Goldberg’s quotes along
with profiles of InMat have appeared in numerous magazines and trade
journals including Time Magazine, Associated Press and Rubber and
Plastics News. Dr. Goldberg holds a B.S. degree in physics from CUNY,
and a Masters and PhD in physics from The University of Massachusetts.
Carrie Feeney PhD, Vice President of Technology and COO,
has substantial experience in analysis, scale up, and formulation of
new products. She is a co-founder of InMat and has led the formulation
efforts that have resulted in InMat’s breakthrough technology. In
addition, she has demonstrated technical and organizational leadership
by successfully scaling up from lab to commercial production of InMat
products. Dr. Feeney holds a B.S. in chemistry from Penn State
University and a PhD in chemistry from Duke University.
- Founded in 1999 by Harris A. Goldberg and Carrie A. Feeney to comercialize elastomeric nanocomposite barrier coating technology.
- It's Air Defense 2000 coating was one of the first commercial examples of a nanocomposite barrier coating. Used in Wilson's Double Core Tennis Ball (the official cup of the Davis Cup) commercially available in 2001.
- Has attracted State, Federal, Venture Capital and Fortune 500 partners for additonal product development and commercializaton.