PAX has in-house and external test results supporting the quantifiable benefits of the Streamlining Principle. The company's research relationship with Cascade Technologies and Stanford University confirmed theories underlying PAX founder Jay Harman’s discoveries and identified substantial improvements in PAX technology when compared with traditional technology.

As PAX continues its research on the Streamlining Principle, our teams have worked with a number of universities, including University of California at Davis, Georgia Tech Research Institute, Kansas State, University of Wyoming, Arizona State, and Chico State universities.


PAX holds numerous patents on its technologies throughout the industrialized world, and engages in continuous patent development. In addition to technology currently being commercialized, PAX holds international patent applications for an even wider range of products and design tools.

PAX shares detailed information and test results of our technology subject to confidentiality agreements.