What We Do

IR Dynamics is developing a low cost, thermally dynamic, nanoparticle technology that will be incorporated into a variety of products where controlling solar heat gain and infrared reflectivity is a significant advantage. This technology will improve the performance of products in industries from apparel to aerospace, and increase energy efficiency in all types of structures from greenhouses to skyscrapers.

IR Dynamics has successfully manufactured nanoparticles that transition from infrared reflective when warm, to infrared transmissive when cool. This dynamic reflectivity is passive by nature, and requires no electronics or power source to shift. The material can be made to transition at any design temperature, and when dispersed into transparent films or polymers, remains transparent in the visible spectrum during both phases.

The Company is also developing a variety of other nano-materials with uses in energy conservation, and energy storage.  IR Dynamics is located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico and in the Boston, Massachusetts area, and is working closely with Sandia National Labs, and the Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies (CINT), operated by the US Department of Energy.