Graphene Star (GS) is a manufacturer of high-quality graphene and other graphitic materials.
Our patented manufacturing process is entirely green - devoid of chemical additives or wastage.
It is also highly cost-effective, making our products an affordable additive in various applications across industry.
Our expertise and ongoing scientific research enables us to develop a graphene solution for the needs of our customers and partners.
If you are looking to improve the performance of your products with high-quality graphene please get in touch for further information.
GS Graphene application in lithium batteries increases the energy density of the battery, reduces charge time and
significantly increases the number of charging cycles giving the battery a considerably longer lasting lifecycle.
GS Graphene application provides paints, coatings and varnishes with antistatic and conductive properties as well as improves their durability, water-repellence and makes them anti-corrosive.
Adding just 0.15% of GS Additive to epoxy or polyester resin increases the strength of the composite by 130% and improves antistatic properties. GS Graphene can be effectively used in thermoplastics, such as Nylon, in injection moulding applications, in thermoset resins such as epoxy and in polyurethane and polyester resin for either cold or vacuum casting.
GS Graphene Additive gives glues and adhesives increased both electrical and thermal conductivity; improved characteristics of impact strength (>70%) and the Young's modulus (>82%); increased strength of the adhesive joint to >180% (metal, wood, plastic, glass).
Due to their high surface area, application of graphene nanoplatelets in polymers offers a real potential for the development of advanced materials and various applications with much improved mechanical and fire resistance properties. Graphene has been hailed as one of the most promising reinforcements for the next generation of high performance composites.
GS Concrete Additive was developed with the use of graphene nanoplatelets, i.e., particles consisting of multiple layers of graphene. The unique characteristics of this nanomaterial notably improve concrete properties and enhance its performance. During cement formation and curing, these minute micro-platelets are adept in taking up the space previously filled with air. Absence of air pockets in concrete results in its greater density, which in turn benefits the overall concrete performance, i.e., flexural strength, abrasion resistance, impact strength and toughness.