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Applied Graphene Materials to present at the American Coatings Association '2019 Coatings Tech Conference'

8 April 2019

Applied Graphene Materials (“AGM”), the producer of specialty graphene materials, announces that the Company will be present as a speaker at the prestigious American Coatings Association “2019 Coatings Tech Conference” which is being held in Cleveland, Ohio on 8 to 10 April 2019.

William Weaver, AGM’s Technical Director, will present a paper to the Technical Conference entitled ‘Corrosion Resistance: Improving Performance with Graphene Nano-Platelets’.

AGM’s presence at this event demonstrates the Company’s continuing push for ever-deeper customer engagement in the coatings sector through the provision of performance data supporting the application of graphene for coatings technology.

AGM recently presented at The European Coatings show, which reported a record number of participants this year, with 30,500 trade visitors from 124 countries and 1,156 exhibitors. 800 participants from 54 countries attended presentations from Coatings experts, including a presentation by Lynn Chikosha, from AGM’s applications technology team, titled 'Towards a Novel, Non-Metal Graphene Nanoplatelet Hybrid Anti-Corrosive System for Tomorrow’s Protective Coatings'.


AGM also recently presented at NACE’s Corrosion Conference. Each year it welcomes more than 6,000 attendees from more than 60 countries. The conference offers presentations on corrosion prevention techniques. Andy Gent delivered AGM’s presentation titled ‘Characterisation of a Novel Hybrid Anti-corrosive System Comprising Graphene Nano Platelets and Non-Metal-containing Anti-corrosive ’Pigments'.

AGM received a record-high number of enquiries about its ground-breaking graphene anti-corrosion technology series - Genable® at the paints and coatings exhibitions.

For further information please contact AGM Sales Office on:
Tel: + 44(0)1642 438214
or Email: info@appliedgraphenematerials.com

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