GMG updates on the commercialization of Nu-Calgon's product, powered by GMG Graphene

Graphene Manufacturing Group (GMG) has updated on the commercialization progress of THERMAL-XR® powered by GMG Graphene, announcing that Nu-Calgon has held its official launch of the CoolWorx® powered by GMG Graphene in the USA at the AHR Expo.

The product was launched under the new joint brand name "Nu-Calgon CoolWorx® powered by GMG Graphene". 


In addition, it was reported that the Department of Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) noted that THERMAL-XR®, powered by GMG Graphene, is approved for import and use within Canada. This paves the way for Canadian businesses, operating in the HVAC-R industry, to access this coating solution through the North American Distributor Nu-Calgon.

Also, it was relayed that THERMAL-XR® is progressing through the USA Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) approval process to import and sell in the USA. All the required documentation has been submitted, and the EPA has assigned a case number as part of the thorough evaluation of the product's safety and environmental impact. The Company believes the anticipated approval will be received in Q1 2024.

GMG's Managing Director and CEO, Craig Nicol, commented: "I am very excited to see Nu-Calgon officially launch the product at the Chicago AHR Expo and also to see the Canadian Government approve THERMAL-XR® powered by GMG Graphene for importation and sale in Canada. The Company is expecting the USA EPA approval in short order and then after this we can start selling into the largest HVAC-R coating market in the world - the United States of America with our distributor partner Nu-Calgon."

THERMAL-XR® COATING SYSTEM is a unique method of improving the conductivity of corroded heat exchange surfaces and improving and maintaining the performance of new units at peak levels. The process coats and protects heat exchange surfaces while improving and rebuilding the lost corroded thermal conductivity and increasing the heat transfer rate by leveraging the physics of GMG Graphene, resulting in an efficiency improvement and a potential power reduction.

Posted: Jan 31,2024 by Roni Peleg