During November 10th to 12th 2020, The Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering (SAMPE®) hosted the virtual Graphene Leadership Summit 2020 with the aim to bring together industry leaders to try to answer some of the key questions about graphene.
Adrian Potts, CEO at AGM presented on “The Need for Dispersion and the Science Behind It” giving an insight in to the necessity for high quality dispersion to ensure the end users are able to realise the transformative benefits of graphene nanoplatelets.
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Proactive, one of the world’s fastest-growing financial media portals, hosted an exciting virtual event to enable potential investors to meet the people behind Applied Graphene Materials plc.
The Proactive Investors One2One Investor Forum took place on Thursday, November 12th 2020 and gave AGM’s Chief Executive, Adrian Potts, the opportunity to introduce Applied Graphene Materials Ltd to the investor community, enabling the attendees to learn more about the company and to participate in a question and answer session with Adrian.
In a time of cancelled exhibitions European Coatings have set up a virtual ‘suppliers hub’ allowing access to video presentations about innovations of raw material.
Applied Graphene Materials used the presentation Lynn Chikosha delivered last year at European Coatings Show titled ‘novel, non-metal graphene nanoplatelet hybrid anti-corrosive system’. This paper will discuss the extension of use of AGM’s graphene nanoplatelets into C4 and C5 type environments, benchmarking against zinc rich systems. The objectives are:
Can graphene give significant uplifts in corrosion resistance when applied direct to substrates in C4/C5 environments.
Can performance of zinc rich systems be further extended by using a graphene enhanced tie-coat layer?
SAE International, the global community of 200,000 automotive and aerospace engineers, hosted a virtual conference, WCX Digital Summit, on 16-18 June 2020.
As a guest speaker with The Graphene Council, Adrian Potts CEO, of Applied Graphene Materials gave a presentation titled ‘Graphene for Automotive Applications – Lighter, Stronger, Better
Dr. Potts talks about how to turn the remarkable performance of graphene into reality. Having the application technology to formulate a graphene-based dispersion correctly can make great use of the material’s advantages. The combination of a deep engagement with the end customer, understanding of their objectives, and AGM’s customized graphene dispersion solutions is delivering unique materials performance gains in a number of relevant areas to the automotive industry.
AGM are also leading the way in regulatory matters for use in nano-materials and have an impressive collection of data to support the end user, with practical ‘how-to’ knowledge that enables easy use of graphene.
This session highlighted the different ways graphene can be used to enhance performance in automotive applications.
Car Care The large surface area, barrier performance, low density, mechanical strength and morphology of AGM’s graphene nanoplatelets, make them ideal candidate materials for car care systems. These properties can…
Graphene’s two-dimensional structure in the nanoplatelet form results in very high aspect ratio, high surface area materials which are particularly suited for use as multi-functional additives in paints and coatings.
Graphene’s two-dimensional structure in the nanoplatelet form results in very high performance, high aspect ratio, high surface area materials which are particularly suited to enhancing the mechanical and physical properties…
The large surface area, high levels of thermal and electrical conductivity, low density, mechanical strength and morphology of AGM’s graphene nanoplatelets, make them ideal candidate materials for applications in electrochemical…