Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLED), Electronic Applications, and the Digital Electronics Industry

Norquay has been active in the synthesis of photographic materials since 1987. With the advent of digital imaging and home printing applications, Norquay applied its chemical synthesis and purification skills to support the dramatic industry change from chemical film photography to digital recording and print technology.

The majority of this work is driven by customer specific inquiries under Confidentiality Agreements. We welcome customer inquiries to work under Confidentiality Agreements. We also offer some standard, non-proprietary compounds used in OLEDs. The materials are purified to meet the demanding electronics purity requirements for OLED applications. These materials are available to support commercial applications and demonstrate our ability to manufacture materials.

Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLED): Norquay offers specific compounds for sale, which may be restricted in their end use applications.

8-Hydroxyquinoline, Aluminum Salt (Alq) [2085-33-8]

Copper phthalocyanine [147-14-8] (CuPc)

α Naphthylphenyl benzidine (NPB) [123847-85-8]

Digital Imaging and Print Technology: Norquay products in this area have focused on confidential product development for customer identified compounds. The majority of markets are driven by technology with a focus on supply to customer-based plants in the United States and Asia. Norquay draws on its synthesis strength and high-purity laboratory capabilities to support commercialization.

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Contact: Robert Heldt, President
Norquay Technology, Inc.
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Phone: 610-874-4330
Fax: 610-874-3575