Acoustic research and development company secures major investment for pioneering technology

Acoustic research and development company Carbon Air, which has found a new way to create miniature speakers and extra-thin sound insulation using highly porous materials, has secured a £635,000 investment. Salford-based Carbon Air’s technology stems from research by the University of Salford and uses activated carbon, whose structure enables it to absorb large quantities of air. The material, also known as activated charcoal, is widely used for water filtration but Carbon Air has found innovative ways to use it for other pur... For the full story register now for free or login below...
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