GrapheneTech develops and uses top-down processes for graphite exfoliation. This allows the production of nano-graphite and graphene of different kinds, mainly of the so called graphite nanoplatelets. The company's products can be used as a load in polymers, paints and coatings, ink and ceramic or metal composites. Its use can improve mechanical properties, provide thermal and electrical conductivity, help as diffusion barrier or improve flame retardancy.
The company specializes in the unique science of graphene and its derivative materials. NanoXplore's initial focus is on applications where graphene provides significant added value and bulk quantities of high quality graphene provide a competitive advantage. Near term opportunities are in industries such as paints and lubricants, textiles, and energy.
London Graphene Ltd was established in 2013 to develop advanced energy storage applications based on high quality graphene. The company has an option on some patents from the Department of Materials at the University of Oxford on CVD graphene.
A technology development and natural resource company, focused both on the development of commercial applications of graphene and on the exploration and development of a portfolio of unique quality flake graphite properties in Norway.
Quantum Corporation (QCorp) is the parent company of group of companies, head quartered in Bangalore, India. QCorp was established in 2007 with a vision to create world class Nanomaterials and Nanocomposites with strong Intellectual Property that are changing the properties of products across the globe. QCorp has developed high quality Smart Polymers, Nanomaterials and Nanocomposites as core materials for manufacturers in Telecommunications, Electronics, Drug Delivery, Conductive films, Lighting and Energy industries - without the need to change their existing processes.
An established supplier of carbon nanotubes with a reputation for quality and reliability. Supplies multi-kg quantities of few layer graphene nanoplatelets and also non-carbon 2D materials such as boron nitride and molybdenum disulphide.