At IMEX JCN® we provide quality services corresponding to nano copper, MasterBach, Stimulant for agricultural soil –AgroImex Cu,
Stimulant for agricultural soil –AgroImex Cu, and more. Along with this our services can be found in different parts of the world such as
Brazil, China, Canada, Mexico, Costa Rica.



We manage the service you need to obtain from our company from the beginning to the end of the process.



We advise you and give you the best help, giving you the best options for your purpose.



We accompany you in every step of our process of sale and / or taking of services, so that it is a comfortable and simple experience to execute.



We carry out the delivery process of your purchase, anywhere in the world, in an efficient and reliable way.



Documentation meanings

1.- LOI (Letter of Intent), known as “Letter of Intent” is a formal document through which the client expresses his intention to participate in a Private Placement Program.

2.- BCL, In English, called Banking Capability Letter. It is a certificate by which the bank guarantees that the company has a bank account at the time of issuance of said Certificate. It also certifies that the balance in the account shows a positive balance sufficient to cover the operation referred to in the document.

The bank, however, despite issuing this type of certificate, does not assume any responsibility regarding the operation, it only limits itself to verifying that there is a balance in the bank account for a sufficient amount to cover the operation, without get into bigger implications.

Therefore, the Letter of Banking Capacity is only a certificate of solvency or financial capacity, but it has no more meaning than the verification of the realization of a deposit and possession of a bank account in a specific entity.

It is a document that is usually used in the first commercial contacts, when there is still no trust between the parties.

3.- The bank check is a payment order in favor of a beneficiary / exporter or the payer himself, issued by a financial institution, payable by itself (direct bank check) or by another entity, usually from the beneficiary’s country (check indirect banking).

4.- NCNDA, “non circumvention non disclosure agreement” – “non-disclosure agreement of non-circumvention”, IMPFA, “Free Irrevocable Master Protection Agreement”. Formats used by the bidders of a product and the applicants of the same, accepted within a term, terms and conditions that have been agreed by the parties, in cooperation with each other and with third parties for mutual benefit. This document is based on LOI letters of intent, the bank’s letters with its guidelines, such as the BCL, ICPO, FCO of offering and must be signed and sealed by the parties to give its fair value.

5.- FCO, Full Corporate Offer, complete corporate offer.

6.- ICPO, Format that is used to guarantee that the buyer under oath, needs and buys the product or merchandise, this document attests to the funds and guarantees that the buyer has the financial capacity to carry out a negotiation and be able to carry out the transaction, since it always goes with the coordination and name of the bank office, (Irrevocable Order – Irrevocable Corporate Purchase Order).

7.- LC, Letter Credit, The letter of credit or documentary credit is a means of payment issued by a solvent entity, generally a bank. The letter of credit is independent of the contract that originated it. The letter of credit is used in general terms in the purchase and sale of merchandise or goods, however, this payment instrument can be used in other contracts. The letter of credit does not have legal support in the contractual laws, therefore they are not classified as contracts.

8.- SBLC, Standby Letters of Credit – which provide a “Guarantee” from a bank on behalf of a third party in the event of Default or non-payment by the beneficiary (creditor).

9.- DLC, Documentary Letters of Credit (DLC) – Which are generally used for import and export to conduct business between companies from different countries.

10.- EX WORKS, The seller makes merchandise available to the buyer in its own facilities: factory, warehouse, etc. All expenses from that moment are paid by the buyer.

11.- FAS, Free Alongside Ship (named loading port) → ‘Free alongside the ship (named port of loading).

-The seller delivers the merchandise at the agreed dock of the agreed loading port; that is, next to the boat. The FAS incoterm is suitable for bulk cargo or bulky cargo goods because they are deposited in specialized port terminals, which are located on the quay.

The seller is responsible for the procedures and costs of the export customs (in the versions prior to Incoterms 2000, the buyer organized the export customs clearance).

12.- FOB, Free On Board (named loading port) → Free on board (agreed loading port).

The seller delivers the goods on the ship. The buyer is in charge of designating and reserving the main transport (vessel)

The FOB incoterm is one of the most used in international trade. It must be used for general cargo (drums, coils, containers, etc.) of goods, not usable for bulk.

The FOB incoterm is used exclusively for transport by ship, whether maritime or river.

13.- CIF, Cost, Insurance and Freight (named destination port) → ‘cost, insurance and freight (named destination port)’.

The seller is responsible for all costs, including main transport and insurance, until the goods reach the port of destination. Although the insurance has been purchased by the seller, the beneficiary of the insurance is the buyer.

As in the previous incoterm, CFR, the risk is transferred to the buyer when the merchandise is loaded on the ship, in the country of origin. The CIF incoterm is one of the most used in international trade because the conditions of a CIF price are those that mark the customs value of a product that is imported. It should be used for general or conventional cargo.

The CIF incoterm is exclusive to the maritime environment.

Cucons Chemical Analysis: Copper Concentrate

Nanoparticle Applications

The most important applications of nanoparticles copper are listed below:

  • It acts as an antibiotic, antimicrobial and antifungal agent when added to plastics, coatings and textiles.
  • Copper diet supplements with efficient delivery characteristics.
  • High strength metals and alloys.
  • EMI shielding.
  • Heat sinks and highly thermally conductive materials.
  • Efficient catalyst for chemical reactions and for the synthesis of methanol and glycol.
  • As sintering additives and capacitor materials.
  • Conductive inks and pastes containing Cu nanoparticles can be used as a substitute for very expensive noble metals used in printed electronics, displays, and transmissive conductive thin film applications.
  • Surface conductive coating treatment of metals and non-ferrous metals.
  • Production of internal MLCC electrodes and other electronic components in electronic suspension for the miniaturization of microelectronic devices.
  • As nanometric lubricant additives.
  • Research on applications of copper nanoparticles is ongoing to discover their potential dielectric, magnetic, electrical, optical, imaging, catalytic, biomedical, and bioscience properties.

Characteristics of Nano Copper Supplied by IMEX JCN®

  • IMEX JCN® is characterized in the application of clean technology throughout its production chain.
  • Today Nano copper particles are manufactured, with a purity of 99.9%. Through the application of clean technology.
  • Lead or other pollutants are not used in any part of the Nuclear Power process.
  • With the above, all radiation contamination in our country is avoided.
  • One of the key benefits of nano materials is that their properties differ from bulk material of the same composition, greatly increasing their manifestation.
  • The properties of nanoparticles, for example, can be easily altered by varying their size, shape and chemical environment, giving the customer what they really need.

Applications in different Industries

  • Plastics (PET, HDPE, PVC, LDPE, PP, PS, Others) especially for PP, HDPE and LDPE.
  • Cosmetics.
  • Laboratories in general.
  • Chemicals. (Home lines, especially toilet floors, dishwasher and clothes).
  • Engine lubricants.
  • Prosthesis.
  • Metalworking (passes hands, handles, etc).
  • Textile.
  • Paintings.

Possible Applications

  • Remembering that the main characteristic of nano copper is Antibacterial, the products in which Nano copper technology can be incorporated are varied and countless in Chile and globally:
  • – Different types of skin cream (exfoliating hands, body, face, etc).
  • – Glycerin soap (it is better than alcohol gel, because it is more effective and reliable for the home).
  • – Creamy cleaner with micro particles to clean pots in the kitchen, for bathrooms and anti-rust ceramic, tile and metal surfaces.
  • – Liquids to clean the floor.
  • – Dandruff shampoo.
  • – Detergents.
  • – Other similar products.
  • Our nano copper particles have no contaminants such as Arsenic or lead among other penalized products.

General benefits in applications


Copper nanoparticles have antimicrobial properties due to their physical and chemical characteristics, they act as antibiotic and antifungal agents, they are capable of inhibiting the growth of strains such as Escherichia coli, their application in the industry stands out: the manufacture of textiles, medical dressings, air filters to fight bacteria, additive for antimicrobial paints.



Its physical and chemical properties highlight its high ratio of surface area and reactivity, thus providing the nanoparticles with catalyst characteristics, improving the efficiency of various processes and chemical reactions such as the synthesis of glycol and methanol.



The addition of copper nanoparticles in oils, greases and lubricants provide anti-friction and anti-wear properties, providing coating to non-ferrous materials subjected to high-impact mechanical work.



Conductive pastes have been developed with the addition of copper nano-particles, these are widely used in the microelectronic industry, improving the properties of electrical conductivity, allowing to miniaturize electronic devices and improving their efficiency. they acquired conductive properties far superior to conventional pastes.



One of the most outstanding characteristics of copper nanoparticles is their great ratio of surface area and volume, the high energy degree they achieve makes them attractive for the metallurgical powder industry, being used as sintering additives for the production of ceramic materials. , refractory, filter manufacturing among others.



The use of copper nanoparticles in the biotechnology industry is under investigation, developing bioconjugate materials made up of nanoparticles, which act as indicators helping the detection of molecules such as glucose, the detection of bacteria and antibodies.



By introducing copper nanoparticles in fibers, whether synthetic or natural, a powerful antimicrobial activity is achieved. The result is the obtaining of rapid antimicrobial or anti-odor effects that can be used in hospital garments that require high sterilization or for the prevention of odor from sweating in sportswear.



The incorporation of copper nanoparticles to plastics and polymers makes it possible to assign them new electrical conduction properties, which allows the development of new materials that are lighter and resistant to extreme conditions such as temperature and pressure.



Copper nanoparticle suspensions have excellent thermal conductivity, this characteristic allows them to improve the characteristics of the fluids used in heat transfer, they are widely used in the manufacture of heaters, industrial heat and energy transfer systems, etc.



The addition of copper nanoparticles and the incorporation of materials such as graphene to the lithium battery industry has increased energy storage and battery performance.



The production of polymeric materials is under development, incorporating metallic copper nanoparticles joined with organic bridges into their structure. These developments are applied for the purification of gases such as hydrogen.

Physical and chemical properties



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