CAC research facilities include thousands of square feet of research and development space, including the capability to design medical instrument prototypes, full CAD development, and final product manufacturing. Fortune 500 customers include GE Medical, Varian Vacuum Products, and the DoD, to name a few. Specialized research equipment includes ElectroSpray Ionization Mass Spectrometers, high vacuum systems for electrospray ion satellite propulsion research, chemical & bio-warfare agent detection utilizing ESI gettering, polymer research and electrospinning of nano polymers for industrial & medical applications.

Aerosol generating equipment, aerosol & environmental test chambers, laser particle detection/counting equipment, video microscopy, Immunoassay, Blood CBC, ultrasound, and data collection equipment are also available at CAC facilities.
Electro-Spray Ionization-Mass Spectrometer System
Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry for large biomolecules. System shown was employed by John Fenn and his colleagues at Yale during initial landmark electrospray studies. The data acquired on this apparatus led to Dr. Fenn’s 2002 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
Electro-Spray System using a wick for propellant feed
System recently used for JPL Studies on Electrospray based propulsion for small satellites. This research validated the use of a wick as a feed mechanism for electrospray thrusters as conceived by John Fenn.
Electrospray Gettering Experimental Apparatus
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