CORE TECHNOLOGIES

TERAHERTZ WAVES

Terahertz (THz) waves, also known as T-Waves, T-rays, or submilimetric waves are the name given to electromagnetic waves in the frequency band of about 0.1 to 10 THz. This frequency band is located right between the more well-known bands of microwaves and infrared radiation. It has remained unexploited until very recently due to the lack of practical devices for generation and detection.

CORE TECHNOLOGIES

TERAHERTZ WAVES

Terahertz (THz) waves, also known as T-Waves, T-rays, or submilimetric waves are the name given to electromagnetic waves in the frequency band of about 0.1 to 10 THz. This frequency band is located right between the more well-known bands of microwaves and infrared radiation. It has remained unexploited until very recently due to the lack of practical devices for generation and detection.

T-WAVES PROPERTIES

What is so special about THz waves? Its distinguishing feature is its ability to penetrate through most dielectric materials (such as plastics, ceramics, pharmaceuticals, insulators, textiles or wood), which opens a world of possibilities for non-destructive inspection (NDT). At the same time, many materials present identifiable frequency fingerprints at THz frequencies that may allow for identification and quantification of materials. These two features of THz features combined introduce a new way of seeing what was not visible before. Due to its low photon energy, it does not cause ionization, it is completely safe and does not modify the inspected item.

T-WAVES PROPERTIES

What is so special about THz waves? Its distinguishing feature is its ability to penetrate through most dielectric materials (such as plastics, ceramics, pharmaceuticals, insulators, textiles or wood), which opens a world of possibilities for non-destructive inspection (NDT). At the same time, many materials present identifiable frequency fingerprints at THz frequencies that may allow for identification and quantification of materials. These two features of THz features combined introduce a new way of seeing what was not visible before. Due to its low photon energy, it does not cause ionization, it is completely safe and does not modify the inspected item.

das-Nano is harnessing the power of THz waves to bring brand-new applications to the industry.

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IRYS

3D Mapping for the thickness measurement of every painting layer in the automotive bodywork.

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NOTUS

composite materials´ inspection – Thickness of each coating layer, defects and a NEW, UNIQUE feature developed by das-Nano: Adherence Control.

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ONYX

Graphene and 2D Materials characterization.