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MITO® ACRE lets you add strength without sacrificing sustainability.

At MITO® Material Solutions, our innovation started with graphene—but we didn’t stop there. Using the process we perfected with MITO® E-GO, we created the next generation in sustainable additives: MITO ACRE.

MITO ACRE is a renewable, sustainable, cornstarch-based additive that can be used to replace non-renewable fillers like mica. Much like MITO E-GO, MITO ACRE added to a polymer acts as a scaffold, creating remarkable bonding and adherence. MITO ACRE is easy to use and integrate, with the same reactive dispersion as MITO E-GO. For added flexibility, it doesn’t alter the optical properties of polymers and can be processed with pigmentation.

Most importantly, the unique structural properties of MITO ACRE greatly improve product performance. MITO ACRE makes plastics lighter, stronger, and more durable. When added to recycled plastics, it prevents cracking and improves tensile, flex, and compression properties—for sustainability without sacrifice.

See what MITO ACRE can do for you.

This unique additive is available in multiple formats, for limitless engineering applications.

If you have dispersion equipment, this format is great for formulating epoxies, adhesives, and coatings and integrating into liquid systems.

This format is dispersed into an epoxy system at 1% loading and sold with hardener in one-gallon and five-gallon containers.

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MITO leads Round Table Discussion on Graphene Innovation at the Advanced Materials Show

CTO, Kevin Keith will host a round table discussion on the “The Stigma of Graphene: Discussing the Barriers to Entry and Path to Adoption.”

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MITO Material Solutions raises $4.6 million for new product development and scale-up

Steve Hulme

Funding Innovative Manufacturing Technology

MITO Material Solutions raised $4.6 million dollars in a Seed Extension led by Ingevity, a specialty chemical company. The financing brought Steve Hulme to the board and the ability to expand MITO’s Indianapolis operations where MITO continues to develop industry leading products for companies seeking new composite material technologies.