President and CEO
Innovation and the DiMino family have a long history dating back to Andre DiMino's great grandfather, Vincent, the first innovator in the DiMino family. He is credited with ground breaking inventions including the water meter and the self priming pump.
Andre DiMino continued his father's innovative spirit, most notably inventing the mine shaft eleavator break in 1914, an invention that prevented deaths in Italian mines that averaged 20 per week. The King of Italy knighted Andre for his contribution to society
Dr. Alfonso DiMino founded ADMT in 1969, but before this new endeavor began, he was credited with the invention of the selenium copy plate that was installed in every copy machine, carbon smudgeless paper, which was sold to NuKote in 1960, as well over 200 other inventions.
Under Dr. DiMino's son, Andre’ DiMino, his legacy of innovation continues as ADMT researches and develops new technologies. Andre can also be credited for the modernization of ADMT's business strategy, an endeavor which has increased growth of ADMT at a rate greater than ever seen before.
Under his son, Andre’ DiMino, his legacy of innovation continues as ADM Tronics, Inc. researches and develops new technologies. These devices, conceived, designed and produced in-house include therapeutic and diagnostic medical technologies in fields as diverse as audiology, physical medicine, wound therapy, neurology and urology.
In 1995 Dr. DiMino received The Marconi Science Award and Medal from Unico National. In 2000 Dr. DiMino was awarded “New Jersey Inventor of the Year” from the New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame. With a doctorate in chemistry, DiMino began his career working for a company that made carbon paper. He approached the company president and presented an idea for a more efficient machine using an electronic clutch he invented. The company enacted that improvement leading to astronomical profits. He was promoted to research director.
Eventually lured away by other companies, he produced inventions and patents including: a magnetic reader for bank checks, a better computer ribbon and an early application for a copier machine. Throughout his career, and in Dr. DiMino forming ADM Tronics, Inc. he was committed to producing only environmentally safe products.