Tata group is a multinational enterprise, headquartered in India, that includes over 100 independent operating companies. Tata Steel is considered as Tata Group's flagship company and is one of the leading steel producers in the world.
Tata Steel has been active in the field of graphene R&D for many years, with work that ranges from steel-related projects back in 2014, through releasing a graphene-based product range - the Tiscon Superlinks+ graphene-coated stirrups in 2017, to ongoing development and commercialization work.
March 2021 marked the 3rd anniversary of Tata's Graphene Centre, that develops and offers various graphene materials and graphene-enhanced products. The main graphene materials include:
A unique few-layer reduced graphene oxide (rGO) film - on copper foil, or transferred to any substrate. Potential applications include sensors, optoelectronics, membranes and hybrid graphene conductive structures.
Twisted multi-layer graphene - on nickel foil. This material can potentially be used as a cost-effective and easy-to-handle replacement for CVD graphene
Multilayer CVD graphene - on Nickel foil, or transferred to any substrate.
- Monolayer graphene dispersions.
For more information, contact Tata Steel's Graphene Centre at firstname.lastname@example.org