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APPLIED GRAPHENE MATERIALS UK LTD

APPLIED GRAPHENE MATERIALS UK LTD

N60

TS104RF Redcar
Belgium
www.appliedgraphenematerials.com

Applied Graphene Materials is a leading global manufacturer of graphene nanoplatelets (A-GNPs) and dispersions, tailored to meet multiple application requirements. AGM has extensive expertise in the development of production-ready graphene dispersions and master-batches, with a strong focus on supporting customers with nearer term applications for graphene. AGM is working with partners across many sectors, including Automotive and Aerospace, to deliver significant enhancements in the performance of Coatings, Polymers, Composites and Functional Fluids.

Product news

  • AGM product development with Airbus Defence and Space

    During 2016 AGM successfully completed the exploratory phase of its development program with Airbus Defence and Space. The program work is covered under a secrecy agreement but is targeted at using the unique properties of graphene in satellites. Based on the success of the initial work both parties are now collaborating on a final product development phase, with a desired target to qualify the material for flight use and first application by the end of 2017 or early 2018

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  • AGM proves its value in high performance anti-corrosion coatings

    Applied Graphene Materials proves its value in high performance anti-corrosion coatings
    Industry leading performance with AGM’s Genable® 3000 series, graphene based, active non-metallic, anti-corrosion additives

    Earlier in 2018 Applied Graphene Materials (AGM) launched their latest, ground-breaking, dispersion range – the Genable® 3000 series. Genable® 3000 dispersions are graphene based, active non-metallic, anti-corrosion additives, which are proven capable of delivering leading performance through numerous extensive test programmes. Like all Genable® dispersions, they are formulated to enable the full benefit of graphene materials to be accessed by coating industry formulators seeking a step change anti-corrosion performance.

    AGM is now reporting results from further testing, which not only underlines the potential for significant anti-corrosion performance gains but also the products commercial attractiveness – particularly under harsher C4/C5 corrosive environments.

    Incorporated into the formulation of an industry standard C3 epoxy primer system, and tested under representative cyclical salt spray testing (ASTM G-85-94 Prohesion), Genable® 3000 series materials have been shown to deliver a 5-fold extension in coating lifetime, based on a single 60 micron dry film thickness (see images). These exciting results are supported by a detailed mechanical dataset and studies incorporating combination with a PU topcoat exploring intercoat adhesion and overcoating intervals. All results confirm the products attractiveness for development into commercial anti-corrosion systems.

    Further investigating Genable® 3000 series potential for applications in harsher C4/C5 environments, AGM has embarked on another extensive test programme looking at the performance of a higher build primer system. The thickness of this high build primer is around 110 microns, and is therefore typically thinner than many comparative industry standard systems in the C4/C5 category (ISO12944).

    The properties of the Genable® 3000 series make it an ideal tool-box additive for formulators seeking to significantly enhance coating performance in a range of environments. As an additive capable of offering metal free systems with extended durability it is anticipated that the Genable® 3000 should find multiple applications in industrial areas subject to high humidity and aggressive atmosphere, including inshore areas of medium to high salinity. Extended durability and thinner flexible coatings are directly equitable to significant cost savings in both initial coating system application, as well as maintenance and repair for commercial end users.

    Genable® 3000 series dispersions are available initially in epoxy resins but with a range of solvent and water based dispersions under near-term development.

    All AGM’s Genable® dispersions are formulated for long term stability and engineered to aid easy incorporation into existing manufacturing processes. The new range follows on the heels of the recent launches of the Genable® 1000 series (for enhancing existing anti-corrosive additive performance) and the Genable® 2000 series (specifically for corrosion inhibition on aluminium substrates.

    Prohesion Testing
    Over 5 times extension to the primer coating lifetime under cyclic salt spray (ASTM G-85-94 Prohesion) with the use of Genable® 3000, AGM’s formulation ready active corrosion inhibitor, in place of Zinc Phosphate. Please see the image of substrates attached to this story.


    For further information please contact AGM Sales Office on
    Tel: + 44(0)1642 438214
    or Email: info@appliedgraphenematerials.com

    About Applied Graphene Materials
    Applied Graphene Materials works in partnership with its customers using its knowledge and expertise to provide custom graphene dispersions and formats to deliver enhancements and benefits for a wide range of applications. The Group's strategy is to target commercial application in three core markets: coatings, composites and polymers and functional fluids.
    The Group has developed proprietary bottom-up processes which are capable of producing high volume graphene nanoplatelets using a continuous process. The manufacturing processes are based on sustainable, readily available raw materials and therefore do not rely on the supply of graphite, unlike a number of other graphene production techniques. Applied Graphene Materials owns the intellectual property and know-how behind these processes.
    Applied Graphene Materials was founded by Professor Karl Coleman in 2010 with its operations and processes based on technology that he initially developed at Durham University. The Group was admitted to AIM in November 2013

    https://www.appliedgraphenematerials.com/