SPARKS, Nev. — Since spinning out of the University of Nevada, Reno as a startup in 2004, NevadaNano has come a long way.
The Sparks-based tech firm, which develops digital-based vapor detection sensors, has raised nearly $29 million in funding, been granted more than two dozen patents, and two years ago brought its product to market.
What’s more, the firm recently secured a “flagship” account with Canada-based Blackline Safety, said Bob Christensen, senior director of business development at NevadaNano.
The partnership will “modernize combustible gas detection systems in a range of industries, ensuring the safety of workers,” NevadaNano announced in a late June press release.
NevadaNano’s sensors let users know if they are approaching what’s called an “LEL” — lower explosive limit — level of the 12 most common flammable gases, such as methane, propane and hydrogen.
Read the entire story in the Northern Nevada Business Weekly: https://www.nnbw.com/news/sparks-based-nevadanano-inks-marquee-deal-with-canadian-firm/