'The Fab Series' product range consists of a selection of tested and functionalised graphene to apply directly to the production process of all types of businesses. With our functionalised graphene for industrial use, you can add value to any product, achieving a broad competitive edge over other products that are unimproved with graphene.
Our graphene products are quality tested and characterized with the most advanced equipment for research in Nanotechnology. We can also offer, in cooperation with an internationally reputed scientific group, on-demand developing applications with our graphene. If you have an idea or a project to improve your products, please contact-us.
Consist of Multi-Layer graphene flakes, platelet shaped and high aspect ratio (wide x thick). This particular shape makes this kind of graphene the most suitable to form in a composite with a polymer, getting an enhanced polymer with graphene.
Graphene is also used as a composite to provide a wide range of properties in numerous applications containing polymers, elastomers, ceramics and metals. In addition, graphene can be modified to a greater or lesser extent to provide the characteristics required for each application.
The Conductive Graphene Inks fit in many applications, ranging from those requiring static electricity control to those that deal with solar panels or electronic devices and require conductive coatings or films that can vary in transparency depending on the application.
Series of nanofluids based on graphene nanoparticles that improve thermophysical properties such as the thermal and electrical conductivity, thermal diffusion, viscosity and convection-transfer of heat of conventional fluids.
The latest series of Graphene Conductive Films has a strong purpose to cover a huge range of market applications: from EMI shielding, to flexible touch screens and rollable OLEDs, less expensive and contaminating tan the former ITO OLEDs, The Graphene Box Conductive Films offer a wide range of possibilities.
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.
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 wide diameter, these particles of graphene provide a lower dispersion with a greater barrier effect than less thick Nanoplatelets.