What is Graphene?

Graphene is a carbon just like graphite and diamonds. It is a single layer of graphite and consists of hexagons that form a flat sheet. At one atom thick it is the thinnest material ever developed, and yet Graphene is about 200 time stronger than steel.

Uses of graphene

Due to expensive nature of graphene it's currently being proposed for use in smart technology, solar panels, and water filtration.

Our company will produce graphene to be used primarily in:

  • Rubber tires

  • Cement & building materials

  • Polyurethane resins

  • Marine coatings

  • Plastics additives

  • Asphalt

  • Roofing shingles

  • Water filtration & desalination