Garmor Inc, based in Orlando, Florida, was spun-off the University of Central Florida to develop a new cost-effective and environmentally-friendly graphene oxide flakes production process. Garmor aims to manufacture and sell graphene.
In April 2013 the company received $300,000 from the Institute for Commercialization of Public Research. In June 2015 Garmor increased its production capacity to 20 tons per year. Garmor offers their production system as a turn-key solution, so customers can produce graphene oxide on-site. The 20 ton capacity is for a single machine, and Garmor aims to increase its in-house capacity to 100 tons per year.
In July 2013 we interviewed the company's VP of Engineering.