Introducing the NEW Genable 1700 Series of eco-friendly graphene dispersions.

A graphene-based environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional chemical additives that will improve the sustainability of your products without compromising on performance.

Graphene-based environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional chemical additives

How do UMs Graphene Nanoplatelets work?

UM is proud to offer graphene nanoplatelet dispersions that are safe to handle and easily stirred into new and existing coatings systems to provide a range of performance enhancing benefits. Across our product ranges, we offer different types of graphene nanoplatelets. These vary in surface morphology, oxygen content and the number atomic layers, but they typically have a thickness of between 1 to 10nm with 1-25µm lateral platelet diameter. This gives aspect ratios up to 1:1000 and surface areas up to 700m2/g.

With the correct incorporation, graphene nanoplatelets have the potential to significantly enhance an array of properties including mechanical, barrier and lubricating performance in new and existing systems.

Genable 1700 dispersions offer a graphene-based environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional chemical additives.

Choose a more sustainable option with a graphene-based environmentally-friendly alternative

UM’s new 1700 series of environmentally-friendly graphene nanoplatelet dispersions is based on the Company’s well-established Genable technology.

Proven to deliver significant performance uplifts such as chemical resistance, barrier and anti-corrosion properties in protective coating systems and mechanical performance gains in composite matrices, UM’s dispersion technology is the key enabler to benefitting from graphene’s intrinsic characteristics.

Graphene-based environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional chemical additives

Genable 1700 dispersions are available for sampling evaluation in a selection of certified solvents and resins, including Cyrene™ (dihydrolevoglucosenone), an award-winning, biorenewable solvent from Circa Group.

By taking a leading role in delivering graphene in sustainable formats is helping UM’s customers to reduce the environmental impact of their products

Find out more here, or get in touch with the UM team here to discuss your specific application.

Low VOC, Bio-based and environmentally friendly graphene-based additives for better performing materials.

Genable 1700 Series of Graphene Dispersions

Genable 1700 Series

An optimised range of sustainable graphene nanoplatelet dispersions

DescriptionMatrix Technical Data Sheet
Genable BIO 1710CyreneTM*Download TDS
Genable BIO 1711CyreneTM* Download TDS
Genable BIO 1720Biobased Epoxy ResinDownload TDS
Genable BIO 1721Biobased Epoxy ResinDownload TDS
Genable BIO 1730Biobased Epoxy ResinDownload TDS
Genable BIO 1731Biobased Epoxy ResinDownload TDS
Genable 1740Solvent Free Epoxy ResinDownload TDS
Genable 1741Solvent Free Epoxy ResinDownload TDS
Genable 1750Solvent-Free Hydroxy Functional PolyesterDownload TDS
Genable 1751Solvent-Free Hydroxy Functional PolyesterDownload TDS
Genable 1760T-Butyl AcetateDownload TDS
Genable 1761T-Butyl AcetateDownload TDS

* A trademark of Circa Group

Why work with Universal Matter?

Our expertise and industry leading know-how means we understand customer requirements and work closely with them to create a roadmap for product development.

Offering over a decade of experience, the latest lab technology and the stringent environmental controls required to handle graphene powder, UM is now the partner of choice for many when it comes to bringing their graphene-based product to market.

For more information about our customer success stories visit our customer case studies.

To speak to a member of our sales team and find out how you can get ahead of the competition using graphene nanoplatelets. Call us on +44 (0)1642 438214 or drop us a message via contact us.

Make a splash with your next sustainable graphene-based innovation in collaboration with UM’s experts.

Low VOC, Bio-based and environmentally friendly graphene-based additives for better performing materials.