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NANOTECHNOLOGICAL ADDITIVE FOR CONCRETE WITH GRAPHENE OXIDE

Improves multiple properties of concrete and mortar with a single additive.

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GRAPHENE MASTERBATCHES

Improve the resistance, durability, antimicrobial protection and sustainability of your polymer products.

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EXFOLIATED GRAPHENE
AND GRAPHENE OXIDE

We produce graphene materials with the highest quality standards and we accompany you in the development of applications for your industry.

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A WHOLE RANGE OF NANOTECHNOLOGICAL COATINGS WITH GRAPHENE OXIDE

We have 5 lines of coatings: anticorrosive,
antimicrobial, ecological, marking, and waterproofing

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GRAPHENE MACROFIBERS

Improves resistance and toughness, protects against corrosion and reduces cracking of your structures.

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GRAPHENE

The material of the future, today

Graphene, a revolutionary nanomaterial, represents the forefront of innovation. Composed of layers of carbon arranged in a hexagonal structure, graphene is extraordinarily strong and lightweight, promising to transform industries with its versatility and unique properties.

History

2004

Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov isolate and characterize graphene for the first time at the University of Manchester, earning them the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2010.

2006

A method is developed to produce graphene sheets on a large scale using adhesive tape, known as the exfoliation method.

2008

Researchers demonstrate graphene’s exceptional thermal conduction properties.

2010

The European Union launches the Graphene Flagship Project, a multimillion-dollar initiative to boost research and application of graphene in various industries.

2011

Extraordinary mechanical properties of graphene are discovered, proving to be the strongest known material.

2013

Initial research on the antibacterial properties of graphene begins.

2014

Researchers develop a method to print flexible electronic circuits using graphene inks.

2016

Significant advances are made in utilizing graphene in lithium-ion batteries, opening new possibilities in energy storage.

2018

Graphene synthesis in a liquid phase is achieved, facilitating its application in a variety of materials and products.

2020

Graphene is used in medical applications, such as sensors for disease detection and in the creation of biocompatible materials.

2022

Companies begin to use graphene in consumer products, such as sportswear and electronic devices.

2023

Significant progress is made in the mass production and affordability of graphene, accelerating its integration into various industries.

2024

India launches the Graphene Innovation Center, aiming to create a start-up ecosystem in the field of graphene and 2D materials.

Properties

It is 200 times stronger than steel and is 5 times lighter than aluminum.

It is highly impermeable, even to hydrogen and helium.

Depending on the type of graphene material, it can conduct electricity or be insulating.

It is biocompatible.

It has antimicrobial properties.

It is resistant to UV rays and corrosion.

It can be functionalized to create different graphene materials for each application.

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