Graphene Laboratories (owned by Graphene 3D Lab) is developing and marketing functional Graphene materials and devices. Graphene Labs operates an online store called Graphene Supermarket which offers online graphene related products and other advanced materials.
In February 2013 Graphene Labs signed a strategic alliance agreement with Lomiko Metals to co-develop a vertically integrated supply chain.
The latest Graphene Labs news:
G6 Materials (Formerly called Graphene 3D Lab) announced its financial results for Q1 2021, with revenues of $263,425 CAD and a net loss of $321,152.
Looking back at the last nine-month period (ended February 28, 2021), G6's revenues were $1.94 million CAD, up 276% from $515,930 in the prior year. The increase in revenues was attributed to consulting services provided to third-party clients, the ongoing sale of the Company’s air purification products and the receipt of a one-time payment as per the terms of a license and option agreement.
G6 Materials (Formerly called Graphene 3D Lab) has announced its financial results for the second quarter of the fiscal year ending November 30, 2020. Revenues for the quarter were just over $500k, up from $150k from last year. Net loss amounted to $321k (down from $343k from last year).
G6M says that the sharp increase (383%) in revenues in the company's latest reported six months was primarily due to strong customer demand for the Company’s air purification products and a one-time payment as per the terms of a license and option agreement.
The Coronavirus pandemic has been having a significant impact on the graphene market and industry. Even before the pandemic, graphene has already received much attention due to promising antimicrobial properties and demonstrated antiviral efficacy. However, there is no denying the recent urgency to put these traits to good use in combating the Coronavirus.
More than a few companies have launched graphene-enhanced textiles, inks and coatings, incorporated into personal protective gear (face masks, gloves etc.), and applications like air filters and room cleansers have been developed.
G6-Epoxy: A New Generation of Graphene-Enhanced Electrically Conductive Adhesives Offers Competitive Advantages
The following is a sponsored post by Graphene Labs
Graphene nanoplatelets (GNPs), unique materials produced from natural graphite, are finding their way into a wide variety of commercial products including nanocomposites, lubricants, additives to battery electrodes, functional textiles, as well as many other applications.
GNPs have quite a few outstanding properties that allow them to be employed in a broad spectrum of applications, including:
- Superb mechanical strength
- Excellent electrical conductivity
- Ability to vastly improve the tensile strength and fracture toughness of polymers
- Low percolation threshold
- Resistance to corrosion
Graphene 3D Lab has announced a third line of business, the Industrial Materials Division, to be devoted to development of high volume graphene-infused polymers for the automotive, robotics, drone, aerospace and military industries. This line will join the company's two main ones: graphene production and commercialization of 3D Printing technologies.
As a step in this direction, G3L has finalized installation and testing of a state of the art twin-screw extruder manufactured by Thermo Fisher. This specialized equipment allows the company to create advanced composite materials with exceptional accuracy in shorter working times. The extruder will help to incorporate graphene into materials well suited for industrial production of new or existing products that are lighter, stronger, and more flexible than their current commercial counterparts. The company will now be able to respond faster to the increased demand from manufacturers.