TenasiTech is a materials company solving the problem of plastics scratching. The company’s anti-scratch additives help customers maintain the appearance of their engineering plastics products. TenasiTech has released products to help protect acrylics, polycarbonate, nylons and polyesters. Unlike competitors, TenasiTech allows users to reshape the resulting plastics, for example by thermoforming.
TenasiTech has operations in Boston, USA and Brisbane, Australia. The underlying patented technology was developed at the University of Queensland by Professor Darren Martin.
TenasiTech Pty Ltd was recognised as one of Brisbane’s leading innovators in the “Brisbane Innovation Scorecard 2012”. The scorecard is an annual audit of innovative activity in the City, and a number of companies of particular interest are highlighted as part of this process. The Scorecard is a collaboration between Deloitte, The University of Queensland Business School, Brisbane City Council, Queensland Government Department of Science, Information Technology, Innovation and the Arts (SITIA), Regional Development Australia Brisbane and Enterprise Connect.