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List of brands and companies in the Portal series

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This article lists the brands and companies appearing in the Portal series, excluding publication brands. As they may appear in both the Half-Life and Portal series, they are listed by their first appearance only.

See also the brands and companies from the Half-Life series.

Portal[edit]

Food[edit]

Doug Rattmann's trash includes generic food and beverage containers.

Establishments[edit]

Aperture Science Enrichment Center[edit]

Located in Upper Michigan, USA, this is the facility where Aperture Science conducts most of its experiments, monitored by the computer GLaDOS.

Scientific research companies[edit]

Aperture Laboratories[edit]

Trade name used by Aperture Science.

Aperture Science, Inc.[edit]

Main article: Aperture Science

Company introduced at the same time in Portal and Half-Life 2: Episode Two conducting experiments in numerous fields at the Aperture Science Enrichment Center, and rival of Black Mesa.

Other[edit]

Eiki ValveEmployee.png[edit]

The projector used for the "Dollar$ and Sense" slideshow in Portal is based on the model LC-XT1 by the Eiki company.

Portal 2[edit]

Scientific research companies[edit]

Aperture Fixtures[edit]

Earlier name of Aperture Science when it was a shower curtain manufacturer.

Aperture Science Innovators[edit]

Name used by Aperture Science from 1947 to the 1970s.

Other[edit]

Hoover Treated Wood Products ValveEmployee.png[edit]

A real world company based in Thomson, Georgia. Its stamps appear on a plywood sheet model seen throughout the Enrichment Shaft stages of Portal 2.

The Lab[edit]

Food[edit]

Sunny-B Korean Fast Food[edit]

A leaflet for that fast food restaurant can be seen on the Postcards relic in the hub.

Scientific research companies[edit]

Dynacorp Industries Ltd.[edit]

The company that Aperture Laboratories is a division of, as seen on the ATLAS blueprints in the hub and Robot Repair.

The Lab[edit]

Trade name used by Aperture Science in diagrams.

Other[edit]

Ez-Raze[edit]

Dry-erase marker eraser brand used in the hub.

Fat Pet[edit]

A leaflet for that brand can be seen on the Postcards relic in the hub.

Holder Co.[edit]

Brand of the cabinet of drawers used by the protagonist in Robot Repair.

Logic[edit]

Brand of the tape drive located left of the service bay door in Robot Repair. Its model is "A-1359" and is part of the "Datamaster Series".

Marka[edit]

Dry-erase marker brand used in the hub. Half-Life: Alyx uses the Markz variant.

Reality Check[edit]

Brand of the spring-loaded weighing scale (that gives a "honest weight") featured in the waiting room in The Lab.

Time Tec[edit]

Clock brand seen on the clock in Robot Repair.

Moondust[edit]

Other[edit]

BuggyBuddy[edit]

The name of the lunar rover racetrack section was originally written as a trademark as "BuggyBuddy™", which was removed in later updates.

See also[edit]