EMI Shielding

Market


Graphene-based coatings are also important as electrical conductors, allowing lightning striking protection, as well as an all-new generation of electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding systems.

Challenge


The electrical conductive capacity of a graphene-based coating turns possible to replace the metal meshes and foils currently used for EMI and thus, enabling also the weight’s reduction of the application.

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Examples of Product Applications

Automotive Cables

Aerospace Hull Coatings

Advantages of Graphene Application

Conductivity:

Graphene is a great conductor of electricity and heat due to its nanometric thickness allowing electrons and heat move up to 200x faster

Strength:

Graphene is 100+ stronger than steel. You can use it to reinforce polymers or fiberglass and carbon fibre.

Lightness:

Graphene is lightweight material and enables a new whole generation of high performance of lighter and stronger composites.

Transparency

As a two-dimensional material, graphene displays remarkable optical properties, including a simple transparency for visible light.

Thin

Graphene is an allotrope of carbon consisting of a small number of layers of carbon atoms arranged in an hexagonal lattice. Each layer is separated from another only by 0.33 nanometers.

Hydrophobicity

Graphene has excellent hydrophobicity capacity that can be used to tailoring special coatings in marine, aerospace, automotive markets.

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Graphenest offers distinct graphene nanoplatelets (GNP) grades with varying sizes up to 50 microns. GNP are awesome nanoparticles comprised of stacks of platelet-shaped carbon sheets.

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With its own graphene production system, Graphenest is developing cutting-edge applications that were cost-prohibitive before for the automotive, aerospace and packaging markets.

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