Graphene Market Applications

With its own graphene production system, Graphenest is developing cutting-edge applications that were cost-prohibitive before for the automotive, aerospace and packaging markets. Electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding coatings, gas barrier coatings, reinforced polymers and fiberglass and carbon fibre are now on the move to be the next generation of graphene-based solutions.

Printed Electronics

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Carbon Fiber Epoxy Filler

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Polymers Filler

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EMI Shielding

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Thermal Conductive Coatings

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Gas Barrier

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Anticorrosive Coatings

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Lubricant Addictive

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Supercapacitors & Batteries

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Advantages of Graphene

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.