GrapheneCA 67 35th Street, Office C-250 Brooklyn, NY 11232 United Statesinfo@grapheneca.com 888-49GRAPH
We use graphene to manufacture practical and affordable products for both industrial and commercial applications.
In August 2019, GrapheneCA introduced its new product line Original Graphene (OG).
The additives imbue cement with graphene’s superior properties, improve flexural strength and resistance to water, fire, and chemicals. Our first OG products include OG Graphene Paste, OG Graphene Dispersion, and OG Graphene Admix Plus.
At GrapheneCA, we have scaled up production of basic products such as graphene paste, graphene powder, aerogel, and graphene dispersion in epoxy resin.
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Find out more about the most frequently asked questions regarding Graphene CA products.
Comprised of a two-dimensional microscopic layer of bonded carbon atoms arranged in a hexagonal lattice, graphene is essentially a structural building block of the naturally-occurring form of crystalline carbon commonly known as graphite.
As the world’s thinnest material, graphene’s two-dimensional network of bonded carbon atoms allows for exceptional thermal and electrical conductivity at nanoscale. In fact, graphene is one of the best conductors of heat at room temperature. Despite being completely transparent, graphene is also one of the world’s strongest materials, remarkably flexible, magnetic and impermeable to most liquids and gases.
OG (Original Graphene) Concrete Admix Plus is a unique graphene-based product that improves cement by making it stronger, lighter, and more resistant. Use with any type of standard concrete products available on the market.
Which is why we’ve partnered with local distributors throughout the world in Asia, Latin America, Australia and the Middle East
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