Garmor increases its graphene-oxide production machine capacity to 20 tons per year

Garmor, which was spun-off from from the University of Central Florida (UCF) in 2013, announced that it increased its single-machine graphene-oxide production capacity to 20 tons per year. Garmor is using its own proprietary automated environmentally-friendly production system that produces GO and has a single by-product: water.

Garmor offers their 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 the capacity to 100 tons per year.

In July 2013, we posted an interview with Garmor's VP of Engineering.

Posted: Jun 02,2015 by Ron Mertens