Thomas Swan & Co. Ltd. is one of the UK's leading independent performance chemical manufacturers. Founded in 1926, the company has over 78 years of experience in commercial chemical manufacturing.
In April 2004, following over 4 years of collaboration with the University of Cambridge, Thomas Swan launched a Carbon Nanomaterials business which is dedicated to manufacturing commercial quantities of high purity single and multi-wall carbon nanotubes under the Elicarb™ trademark.
The company is currently capable of manufacturing over 2kg of purified single-wall carbon nanotubes per month and is primarily interested in selling them as a raw material to a wide range of industrial and academic organisations.
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Thomas Swan Receives Special Recognition Award for Export
Thomas Swan Extends 2D Materials Product Line
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UK Graphene Manufacturer Thomas Swan Announces Start-Up of New Graphene Production Line
Thomas Swan Accelerates Their Plans for Scaled-Up Graphene Production Facilities
Thomas Swan Begin Delivering First Consignments of Graphene
Thomas Swan Comissions New Carbon Nanotube Purification Plant, Strengthens Position as Leading SWCNT Supplier
Thomas Swan Visited by UK Secretary of State for Business Vince Cable
Thomas Swan Announce New Carbon Nanotube Pricing Structure
Thomas Swan Collaborate to Develop a Scalable Manufacturing Process for Graphene
Thomas Swan Receives First Ever AssuredNano Accreditation
Thomas Swan Scales up Nanotube Production
Thomas Swan Appointes Zhao as Head of Regional Office in China
Thomas Swan Granted EPA Approval for Manufacture and Sale of Carbon Nanotube Product
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