To be the leaders in the research and development of Innovative graphene nanomaterials & Coating serving various industries globally for economic & human advancement.
To provide the highest and purest level of Graphene-Based Applications & Coating to make our client's products engaging.
The scope of our research into graphene coatings is extremely diversified and encompasses a wide range of both performance properties and potential applications. We are focused as our mission is to “Make our Clients Product Engaging” on the development of pure graphene or graphene composite coatings for protection against corrosion and other damage.
In our research with the Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee demonstrated that graphene flakes grown directly micron-sized fibres of austenitic stainless steel as representatives of porous metal structures used in applications such as filtration membranes, heat dissipation systems, biomedical scaffolds, and sensors, formed a barrier consisting of three-dimensional networks of the Nano flakes that provided protection against corrosion.
1. NANO SURFACE COATING/COMPOSITE
Hind Graphene, in addition to the potential applications in advanced batteries and transistors, solar cells, display sensors, and composites, there is much interest in the use of graphene by itself as a coating material or as an additive for improving the performance of various coating technologies.
At Hind Graphene, several approaches have been taken to develop graphene-based corrosion protection coatings. The superhydrophobicity of graphene has many possible applications for conductive graphene coatings.
Hind Graphene anticipates that hydrophobic graphene coatings will find applications where water repellent surfaces are required, such as ship hulls, pot/pan liners, automobiles, glass surfaces (Mirrors, windows, windshields) and textiles.
Graphene coatings serve as protective coatings with superior chemical, moisture, corrosion, UV, and fire resistance properties. On medical devices, these coatings would provide a biocompatible surface that is resistant to degradation. There are, in fact, potential applications for graphene coatings in nearly every industrial sector, from aerospace to personal care.
Graphene has been considered an ideal material for textile applications due to its high conductivity, and flexibility. Graphene enhanced textiles are stronger and last longer, have excellent wear resistance and thermal management.
Incorporating graphene into natural fibres improves the strength and performance of the natural fibres as well as producing a more environmentally friendly alternative to synthetic materials.
Graphene Conductivity properties can help in the manufacturing of high-performance and environmentally friendly natural fibre composites that could replace their synthetic counterparts in major manufacturing areas, such as the automotive industry and textile Industry.
3. WATER PURIFICATION
Development of Graphene oxide membranes
Imagine clean drinking water for millions in developing countries. Graphene oxide membranes are capable of forming a perfect barrier when dealing with liquids and gases. They can effectively separate the solvent from water and remove water from a gas mixture to an exceptional level. They have been proved to eliminate Helium, the hardest gas to block.
Thin membranes made from graphene oxide are impermeable to all gases and vapours, and accurate mesh can be made to allow ultrafast separation of atomic species that are very similar in size - enabling super-efficient filtering.
4. GRAPHENE ENERGY STORAGE
In today’s increasingly electrified and wirelessly connected world, the demand for improved energy storage continues to grow. In particular, electric cars and mobile applications require high-energy density and high-power density storage devices for extended range and rapid charging.
Graphene dramatically increases the lifespan of a traditional lithium-ion battery, which results in devices can be charged quicker, and hold more power for longer. They can be so flexible and light that they could be stitched into clothing or into the body.
Graphene supercapacitors could provide massive amounts of power while using much less energy than conventional devices.
5. GRAPHENE WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY
Graphene can be used as a coating to improve current touch screens for phones and tablets.
Due to graphene’s high flexibility and conductivity could see a smartphone or tablet which you can wear on your wrist or roll like a newspaper. Indium-tin oxide is currently used for touch screens as it conducts well.
Graphene's unique properties of thinness and conductivity have led to its application as a semiconductor. At just one atom thick and with the ability to conduct electricity at room temperature, graphene semiconductors could replace existing technology for computer chips.
Graphene is an ideal material for sensors. Every atom in graphene is exposed to its environment allowing it to sense changes in its surroundings. Graphene allows for the creation of micrometre-sized sensors capable of detecting individual events on a molecular level.