Garmor Inc. has developed a graphene-enhanced polymeric coating with 390% improvement in tensile strength. Here you see side-by-side testing of the original polymer (left) and the graphene-enhanced polymer (right) shown at 4X normal speed. These results were achieved using single-digit graphene loadings.
Garmor is currently marketing this technology as it has already been fielded and used in commercial applications.
Garmor Inc., with headquarters in Orlando, FL, is a leading manufacturer of low-cost graphene oxide and reduced graphene oxide. Garmor has developed a simple yet effective method of producing edge-oxidized graphene oxide with water as the only by-product. This proprietary achievement eliminates costly hazardous waste disposal and delivers a product suitable for large-scale production at commodity-type prices. Garmor has also excelled at pioneering applications for graphene oxide and actively works with customers to implement those solutions. For more information, contact Sean Christiansen at email@example.com.