Paints and resins with graphene as a differentiating element are now being successfully marketed. At The Graphene Box, we know that graphene provides amazing characteristics to these paints and coatings:
The possible applications for the sector are surprising in their diversity:
Reduced Graphene Oxide in small particles of single layer flakes.
One or two layers of graphene oxide produced by the modified Hummers method. It has an excellent ability to dissolve in water, ethanol, DMF, and in polar solvents in general using ultrasounds.
Graphene oxide in an aqueous dispersion with a concentration of 4mg/ml and also customisable to customer needs.
Graphene with "platelet" morphology, i.e. with an aspect ratio that is very thin in thickness but with a broad surface area. Due to their relatively small diameter, these graphene particles provide better dispersion with less of a barrier effect than the thicker Nanoplatelets.
Varnish functionalised with graphene that dissipates heat from surfaces. One of the main features of graphene is that it is a good thermal conductor, resulting in fast and uniform diffusion of heat across the surface, which dramatically reduces the temperature.
Reduced Graphene Oxide in an aqueous dispersion with a concentration of 1mg/ml and a capability of 100ml, also customisable to customer needs.
Graphene Oxide in an aqueous and Isopropyl Alcohol dispersion (1:1) with a concentration of 1mg/ml and a capability of 250ml, also customisable to customer needs.