High thermal conductivity conductive graphene

Natural Graphene is the thinnest and lightest thermally and electrically conductive material

  • 200x stronger than steel
  • Elastic-like rubber stretching beyond 20% of its original length
  • Almost completely transparent: transmits ~98% of light
  • Unique electromagnetic properties
  • Higher thermal/electrical conductivities compared to that of Silver and Copper

High quality

  • Easy to disperse
  • Ideal conductive and thermally conductive material
  • Lower cost than using conductive carbon black

Material Applications:

  • Electronics
  • Energy
  • Heat-dissipating coatings
  • Anti-corrosion coatings
  • Conductive inks
  • Battery materials
  • Composite plastics
  • Heating film
  • Fireproof composite

GN 38


GN 10


Electron microscopy (TEM) shows sheets of various layer thicknesses, mainly between 6 and 10 layers.