Nanopowders and Powders



Manufacturer & Supplier of High Purity Powders


BIMO offers a wide selection of nano- and microparticles with compositions spanning most of the Periodic Table. Our expertise in the properties, applications and various manufacturing processes of advanced and engineered materials allows us to meet the needs of our customers. Our ISO 9001 certified quality system helps to ensure our products adhere to the highest international standards of quality and consistency.


Metal Powders for 3D Printing


Metal powders can be produced using several methods, some of which are solid-state reduction, milling, electrolysis, chemical processes, and atomisation. Yet, because it produces the most geometrically convenient powders for 3D printing, atomisation has been historically regarded as the best method for producing metal powders for AM.


Metal powders are metals that are reduced to fine particles and are the preliminary base materials for most 3D printing processes that produce metallic parts. 3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing (AM), is the manufacturing of parts and products in a layer-by-layer fashion. Both the characteristics of the metal powder and the type of the 3D printing process determine the properties of the end product. Powder characterisation takes place depending on the way it is produced, which may result in different particle morphology and purity.

We offer metals powders with a selection of particle sizes and ranges


<45μm, <53μm, 15-45μm, 15-53μm, 45-150μm.
- metal powders with low oxygen content
- iron based metal powders
- titanium based metal powders
- cobalt based metal powders
- aluminum based metal powders
- copper based metal powders
- customized metal alloy powders

A variety of particle size can be customized upon request.


One of the main assumptions for metal powders in 3D printing is that they are nominally spherical and have a certain size distribution that allows them to be well packed, which results in a dense product with good and desired mechanical properties. In other words, the particle size – which determines the smallest possible layer height to achieve – and particle shape, in addition to the powder’s level of purity, play a crucial role in controlling the powder quality.





Compositionally, nanoparticles are separated into two broad classes: metals and metal alloys, and ceramic nanoparticles. Available ceramic nanoparticles include oxides (including complex and doped compositions), nitrides, carbides, and other ceramics, such as carbon and diamond nanopowders. Our nanoparticles are offered as nanopowders, dispersions, and solutions of surface-functionalized particles.



  Sign Size(D50 nm) Purity   Name Sign Size(D50 nm) Purity
Sliver Ag 50nm 99.96   Magnesium Mg 50nm 99.90%
Sliver Ag 70nm 99.90%   Zinc Zn 50nm 99.96%
Copper Cu 40nm 99.90%   Zinc Zn 50nm 99.90%
Copper Cu 50nm 99.96   Gold Au 12-15nm 99.96%
Iron Fe 50nm 99.96%   Cobalt Co 50nm 99.96%
Iron Fe 50nm 99.90%   Cobalt Co 40nm 99.90%
Aluminium Al 40nm 99.90%   Titanium Ti 40nm 99.96%
Aluminium Al 50nm 99.96%   Titanium Ti 55nm 99.90%
Molybdenum Mo 80nm 99.90%   Chromium Cr 60nm 99.96%
Molybdenum Mo 70nm 99.96%   Chromium Cr 40nm 99.90%
Tungstem W 80nm 99.90%   Nickel Ni 50nm 99.96%
Tungstem W 60nm 99.96%   Nickel Ni 50nm 99.90%
Platinum Pt 2-5nm 99.96%   Tin Sn 80nm 99.96%
Manganese Mn 50nm 99.96%   Tin Sn 90nm 99.90%
Manganese Mn 50nm 99.90%   Graphite C 35nm 99.90%
Magnesium Mg 50nm 99.96%  

Compound Nanometer Powder (Oxide,Carbide,Nitride,other Compound)

Aluminum Nitride AlN 99.1 D50<50nm 115m2/g
Aluminum Oxide Al2O3 99.999 D50<20nm 25m2/g
Aluminium Oxide(Gama) ??-Al2O3  99.93 D50<20nm *
Aluminium Oxide ??-Al2O3  99.93 D50<13nm *
Aluminium Oxide Al2O3 99.9 D50<65nm *
Antimony Doped Tin Oxide  ATO 99.99 D50<20-50nm 45m2/g
Bismuth Oxide Bi2O3 99.9 D50<80nm *
Cerium Oxide CeO2 99.5 D50<10-30nm 96.7m2/g
Cerium Dioxide CeO2  99.9 D50<20nm *
Chrominium Trioxide Cr2O3 99.9 D50<60nm *
Copper Monoxide CuO 99.9 D50<40nm *
Cobalt Oxide Co3O4 99.9 D50<30nm *
Dysprosium Oxide Dy2O3 99.9 D50<40nm *
Erbium Oxide Er2O3 99.9 D50<30-50nm 30-60m2/g
Europium Oxide Eu2O3 99.999 D50<80-100nm 30-40m2/g
Gadolinium Oxide Gd2O3 99.9 D50<40-60nm 30-55m2/g
Indium Oxide In2O3 99.999 D50<20-70nm *
Indium Oxide +Tin Oxide  ITO 99.99 D50<30-100nm *
Iron Tetroxide Fe3O4 99.9 D50<20nm? *
Iron Monoxide FeO (black) 99.9 D50<20nm *
Iron Trioxide (Gama) Fe2O3 - magnetism 99.9 D50>20nm *
Iron Trioxide (Alpha) ??-Fe2O3 99.9 D50<30nm *
Lanthanun Hexaboride LaB6 99.5 D50<100nm *
Magnesium Oxide MgO 99.9 D50<40 50m2/g
Magnesium Oxide MgO 99.9 D50<50nm *
Neodymium Oxide Nd2O3 0.999 D50<40nm *
Nickel Monoxide NiO 99.9 D50<30nm *
Neodymium Oxide Nd2O3 99.95 D50<40-80nm 30-50m2/g
Praseodymium Oxide  Pr6O11 99.5 D50<40-80nm *
Praseodymium Oxide Pr6O11 99.9 D50<40nm *
Samarium Oxide Sm2O3 99.95 D50<40-80nm *
Samarium Oxide Sm2O3 99.9 D50<40nm *
Silicon Dioxide SiO2 99.9 D50<30nm *
Tin Dioxide SnO2 99.9 D50<50nm *
Silicon Nitride (whisker) Si3N4?? 99 D50<20nm 115m2/g
Silicon Nitride (Amorphous)  ??-Si3N4  99 100/800nm 45m2/g
Beta-Silicon Carbide ??-Sic 99 D50<50nm 90m2/g
Silicon Dioxide SiO2 99, 99.5 D50<10nm 600m2/g
Titanium  Carbide TiC 99 D50<20nm 120m2/g
Titanium Nitride TiN 97 D50<20nm 120m2/g
Titanium Dioxide  TiO2 99.99 D50<5nm 120m2/g
Titanium Dioxide TiO2 - rutile 99.9 D50<35nm *
Titanium Dioxide TiO2 - Anatase 99.9 D50<10nm *
Yttrium Oxide  Y2O3 99.999 D50<30-70nm 30-50m2/g
Yttrium Oxide Y2O3 0.999 D50<30nm *
Zirconium Carbide ZrC 97 D50<60nm 70m2/g
Zirconium Oxide ZrO2 99.9 D50<20nm 25m2/g
Zinc Oxide ZnO 99.6 D50<20 90m2/g
Zirconium Oxide ZrO2 0.9998 D50<10nm *
Zinc Oxide ZnO 99.9 D50<30nm *

Other nano-powder include Nano-La2O3, Nano-Nd2O3, Nano-Tb4O7, Nano-Dy2O3, Nano-Ho2O3, Nano-Tm2O3, Nano-Yb2O3, Nano-Lu2O3, Nano-Sc2O3.


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