grafine is a new business spin-out of The University of Manchester in the UK, the “Home of Graphene”. Our mission is to collaborate with global industry partners to create new types of high-performance elastomers enhanced with graphene and other 2-D materials and nano-materials.
The founders of the business have been at the forefront of research in this area. They have built the specialist know-how both in developing these hybrid elastomer formulations and scaling up processes that allow them to be used in the manufacture of products.
grafine can support your research and process development teams to make products which have improved performance and control in the areas of:
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