CealTech

CealTech, established in 2012, is a graphene producer that patented a 3D graphene production method.

The company's production unit (design and technology are patent pending) called FORZA is meant to be the world's largest machine for production of high volume single layer pure graphene.

Haydale

Haydale logoHaydale Graphene Industries Plc is the holding company for Haydale Limited, Haydale Composite Solutions Limited and Haydale Technologies (Korea) Co., Limited.

Haydale Limited, housed in a purpose built facility for processing and handling nano-materials with an R&D laboratory, is facilitating the application of graphenes and other nano-materials in fields such as inks, sensors, energy storage, photovoltaics, composites, paints and coatings. Haydale has developed a patented proprietary scalable plasma process to functionalise graphene and other nanomaterials.

Versarien

Versarien LogoFounded in 2010, Versarien (AIM:VRS) is an advanced materials group leveraging proprietary technology to create innovative engineering solutions for its clients in a diverse range of industries.

In June 2013, Versarien floated on AIM, a market operated by the London Stock Exchange. Versarien is involved with R&D activity of various materials like copper, carbide and graphene. Since the company acquired 2D-Tech in 2014, Versarien has been very active with graphene, and is collaborating with the NGI, Haydale and others. In 2016 Versarien acquired Cambridge Graphene and also AAC Cyrome to establish a graphene plastic factory.

XFNano

XFNano logoNanjing XFNANO Materials Tech (XFNano) was founded in 2009, which makes it the earliest graphene enterprise according to the company. XFNano mainly focuses on the R&D and manufacture of graphene, graphene oxide, and graphene-like materials such as graphene quantum dots ,carbon nanotubes, MoS2, WS2, silvernanowires and molecular sieves.

XFNano has an excellent technical team which is formed by around 10 PHDs and the company keeps a very close relationship with national university laboratories in America, Singapore and China. The company can supply 50 tons/year of graphene powders and 1,000 tons/year of graphene dispersion. Over 3,100 scientific articles (including over 40 in Nature magazine) that use XFNano's materials were published so far.

Graphenea

Graphenea logoGraphenea is a private European company (based in Spain) focused on the production of high quality graphene for industrial applications. The company produces single-layer graphene sheets, bi-layer graphene, multi-layer graphene, graphene oxide and other materials - on any substrate the customer provides.

NanoXplore

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NanoXplore is a Montreal-based advanced materials company, the largest Canadian producer of graphene and one of the largest graphene producers in the world. NanoXplore provides customers with graphene-enhanced polymers, including master batches in pellet form, few layer graphene powders, and custom graphene solutions. NanoXplore’s high quality graphene (i.e., high purity, with low defects) is very dispersible, enabling significant improvements with very small amounts of added graphene, typically less than 1% by weight. The company's core technology is a unique, low-cost manufacturing process which produces industrial volumes of high quality graphene from graphite flake using a one-step and environmentally friendly method.

NanoXplore’s ability to tailor the final properties of polymers by adding trace amount of graphene, paves the way for engineering plastics in real world products such as electric motors, electronic packaging, and thermal management solutions. Today NanoXplore is supporting innovators in the plastic, rubber, performance clothing, paint, coating, and energy storage industries, helping to enhance the thermal, electrical, and physical characteristics of customers’ products, while replacing existing harmful and expensive additives. NanoXplore brings together a team of seasoned business leaders and material scientists with the broad industrial experience required to enable customer-specific solutions.

Graphenemex

GrapheneMex logoGraphenemex was established in 2016 in Mexico with an aim to become a high quality graphene producer and applications developer. The company currently produces both graphene flakes, graphene oxide, reduced graphene oxide and CVD graphene. Graphenemex's current capacity for graphene flakes and GO is about one ton per year.

Besides its graphene production capabilities, Graphenemex is developing graphene applications, specifically graphene-enhanced polymer composites, including master batches in pellet form.

2D Carbon Tech

2D Carbon Tech logo2D Carbon Tech was established in December 2011 with an aim to develop and produce graphene films. The company is currently offering CVD-produced graphene films on copper, glass, silicon or PET, and also graphene-based touch panels and pressure-sensing films.

2D Carbon Tech's production capacity for graphene films is about 30,000 m2/year.

2D Fab AB

2D Fab AB logo2D Fab was established in 2013 as a spin-off from Mid Sweden University in Sweden. The company produces graphene flakes using graphite from the Swedish Woxna Graphite (owned by the Canadian company Flinders Resources).

2DM

2DM logoSingapore-based 2DM (2D MATERIALS LTD) was founded in 2015 as a spin-off from The Graphene Research Centre at the National University of Singapore.

2DM produces and markets graphene flakes (GNPs).

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