Applied Graphene Materials
A world leader in the production of graphene nanoplatelet dispersions for industrial applications
Applied Graphene Materials is proud to be a leading innovator in graphene dispersion and application technology. Quite simply, we are graphene. We are proud to be the industry-leading organisation that is truly harnessing the potential of graphene in real-life products and materials. Taking a substance that is difficult to work with and creating stable, standard dispersions that are easy to formulate with and produce consistent, reliable results for customers.
We are experts in helping our customers choose, or create, the perfect graphene nanoplatelet dispersion to meet their needs.
Founded by Professor Karl Coleman in 2010, our unique operations and processes are based on the technology he initially developed at Durham University. Using our patented process, our production facility, based in the North of England, produces high quality graphene nanoplatelets and dispersions that our customers can rely on.
Since those early days, AGM has made major technology advances in the application of this new class of materials, adding performance-enhancing characteristics to a range of product categories.
We are proud to be FTSE AIM Stock Market listed and work with more than 100 technology and product development partners, including internationally-known household brands.
Now in our second decade, AGM continues to lead the field of graphene dispersion, with global distributors working with customers across the world and in fields as diverse as paints and coatings, car care, batteries and energy storage, polymer composites and lubricants, car waxes and polishes.
To find out more about AGM and how our industry-leading graphene dispersion technology can enhance your industrial coating, composite or functional fluid, contact the team here.
We’re proud to be members of the The Graphene Council, the Nanotechnology Industries Association (NIA), The North East Chamber of Commerce, NEPIC, the British Coatings Federation, the American Coatings Association (ACA) and OCCA.