3D Graphene’s pore size ranges from 2 nm to 10 nm. It can be readily intercalated allowing smooth incorporation of monomers and polymers between the expanded sheet structure to form modified composites. This has led to its usage in multiple applications like filtration, gas adsorption.


Water Filtration Systems

Graphene is well known for its hydrophobicity. Despite its water repelling nature, the narrow and micro-porous structure of graphene sorb filters allows water to permeate through it and captures the contamination. This ability of graphene sorb combined with its lightweight, environment-friendly & energy-efficient nature makes it a very competitive alternative to traditional water filtration methods. The graphene membranes can be customized to achieve the separation of specific elements at ultra-fast speed and efficiency.

Air Purification Systems

Graphene has excellent electromechanical properties making it suitable to use in various applications including air filtration. The high surface area to volume ratio allows higher adsorption per unit volume as compared to other materials. The graphene air filters combined with the techniques such as UV chambers and electric pulse generators can also trap and kill pathogens. It has opened the door for graphene in both inanimate and animate filtration applications


GCC’s particle size varies from 100 microns to 1000 microns based on the specific requirements and applications. It is a cost-effective alternative to traditional materials such as activated carbon with scalable production methods.


Air Filtration

GCC-based air filtration offers a vital trait of selective filtration. It can be easily functionalized to separate specific gaseous components from the mix at a relatively economical expense.

Catalytic Converter in Automobile

Graphene Ceramic Composite or GCC retains the high surface area to volume ratio of the Graphene and reduces the recombination process of charged carriers. These traits of GCC make it an excellent choice for applications such as catalytic converters in automobiles.


GNPs are a graphene derivative with an average thickness of 5 – 10 nanometers. These possess high carbon content and comprise short stacks of platelet-shaped graphene sheets in a planar form. GNPs dramatically improve the properties of metals & polymers which can be tuned for specific applications. GNP coatings have also shown incredible anti-bacterial properties with over 97% efficiency against harmful bacterial strains.


High Performance Metals

The GNP as an additive to metals such as Aluminium improves both the general and specific desirable traits of these metals depending upon the methods and additive ratio. These enhanced properties such as tensile strength, durability, & electrical conductance have a universally rising demand in the manufacturing sector. 

Enhanced Rubber Materials

The development of high-performance rubber is driven by the rising demands in the technology-driven sectors. GNP reinforced rubber shows enhanced mechanical & electrical properties in line with the existing and future market demands.

Reinforced Plastics

GNP enhanced plastic offers some of the best desirable properties but is not limited to high tensile strength, enhanced elastic properties, chemical resistance, & temperature tolerance. These properties are tunable to get the desired result for specific applications.


Flexible graphenic sheets are available from the thickness of 0.1 microns and above. Its core competencies are flame-resistant properties, high thermal conductivity & EMI shielding applications. With a gradual rise in the demand for flexible electronic components in the tech industry, global industry players are looking at FGS as a better and reliable alternative for future technological projects & applications.


EMI Shielding

EMI shielding technology is a field of very high significance due to its ability to protect highly sensitive electronics from electromagnetic interference. The Flexible Graphenic Sheet with its excellent EMI shielding properties and high thermal conductivity is the best candidate for the next-gen EMI shielding technologies.

Fire Resistant Materials

The FGS is a highly flexible, fire-resistant material and can sustain temperatures up to 450 degrees Celsius making it a highly sought-after material for various fire-resistant applications.


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