Bright Day Graphene
Graphene is the super-material of the future. With its outstanding thermal and electrical conductivity, it has the potential to revolutionize the material market.
Our goal is to contribute to the market with a material that can be produced in large volumes to a reasonable cost, but with such excellent properties and quality that more solutions can find their way to the market.
The benefits of Graphene are many; it is super strong, flexible, transparent, and has the highest electrical conductivity in a material known today. In a perfect material the resistance is zero. It is also a 2D-material. It has only one layer of molecules. This makes it super thin, which gives you a lot of surface but very little volume. This characteristic is what makes graphene so interesting for applications within energy storage and electronic applications.
There is a lot of research going on in these areas right now, but there are not many solutions on the market. One reason for that is that many of the graphene providers today has a hard time to deliver high quality in large quantities. Want to know more? Take a look at the Graphene Flagship Homepage, they have a lot of interesting information. This film is one example: https://youtu.be/siZDjBW6xPs
In batteries the most known usage for graphene is as a conductive additive. Trials has showed that the capacity becomes 45 % higher and the charging time 5-8 times shorter with graphene enhanced batteries. Our green graphene has the properties needed for usage in batteries and can be produced in large volumes, thus being an enabler for graphene batteries to reach the market.
Traditional supercapacitors have an extremely low energy density compared to batteries, however using graphene as electrodes there are already supercapacitors on the market today that surpasses lead acid batteries as well as NiMH. And though they will not reach the energy capacity of Li-Ion batteries they do come in the vicinity.
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The industry is always looking for ways to make materials smarter and more functional. By adding graphene to different materials one can improve both thermal conductivity and strength without adding any weight. Add to that the possibility to add electrical conductivity to any light weight material and the possibilities are endless.