A Materials Research Company

Kingston City Hall

About Us

Jeosal Materials originated when a group of researchers were looking for new technology to reduce reliance on rare-metals used for electrical conductivity. This led to some interesting discoveries in the world of polymers and how they can be harnessed to replace traditional materials. Polymers are also very useful in nanoscale technology, colloids and interfaces. This has opened up a whole new world of potential uses and our team is excited to see what they can be used for next.

After much success in the field of polymer research and a partnership with the prestigious Queen’s University, Jeosal began to diversify its focus. This diversification led to the process of recycling. Our research into this area allowed us to receive funding on behalf of the Canadian Plastics Innovation Challenge. This Nation-wide challenge is aimed at finding economically viable solutions for recycling so it can be diverted from landfills and/or transformed into useful materials.

Our Collaborators:

Our successful collaboration with Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario guarantees best practices and state-of-the-art updates in tech and hardware. Jeosal, under our subsidiary company, Prime Composite Systems, develops and commercializes electrically and thermally conductive polymer composites using cutting-edge and proprietary techniques.

Queen's University    City of Kingston

We are happy to to contribute towards Kingston’s tech and innovation sector and offer solutions for numerous commercial applications such as: 
  • Electrostatic dissipation (ESD) for aerospace, automobile and information technology industries, electrostatic painting and coating, 
  • Electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding for consumer electronic components and
  • Polymer Matrix reinforcement with special interest in light-weighting for automobiles.