FOUNDERS

Rick Lusiak

CEO

Rick Lusiak (CEO) has a Biology/Chemistry Degree from Indiana University and has 22 years of sales and management in the medical device industry. Rick Founded BREAKWALL Technology in 2014 and resides in Carmel, IN. Following a career in medical device sales and marketing with Hoffman La-Roche, BrainLAB AG, SYNTHES Spine. A proven visionary whose focus has centered on leveraging science to improve the human condition.

John Howarter

CTO

An associate professor in Materials Engineering at Purdue University in Environmental & Ecological Engineering. A scientific specialist in the synthesis and processing of polymer thin films, fibers, and nanocomposite technology.

Jeff Allman

COO

Following a career in finance and trading with Trafigura, UBS and Lehman Brothers in New York. An experienced leader in business development, strategic planning, and financial management.

PROFILE

BREAKWALL Technology is revolutionizing electromagnetic radiation protection, one application at a time. A proprietary, and patent pending, composite material, BREAKWALL Absorption Technology (BAT)™, can reduce unwanted electromagnetic radiation.

BAT™ is a unique absorption material that absorbs unwanted EMF radiation. We like to think of our material as analogous to sunscreen for EMF. Instead of protecting from UV radiation, BAT protects against unwanted EMF, by reducing exposure, without compromising device performance.

Our technologies are engineered to meet an emerging market need for drop-in, lightweight percolated nano-composite materials that are low-cost and high in added value by reducing or preventing exposure to electromagnetic radiation without compromising existing product functionality.

How We Do It:

1. Percolated nanocomposite networks which emulate the faraday cage embedded in a polymer matrix.

2. Ideal design brings the advantage of custom EMI shielding designed to target a specific frequency range within the EM spectrum.

3. Formulations can be optimized and compatibilized into coatings, paints, flexible fabrics, casings, thin films, structural components, or custom formed shielding.

4. Effective performance range of 50 MHz to 3.0 GHz, at the present time.

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