Graphite is a critical raw material essential to the European & the US markets. However, the current production methods come with a huge environmental cost. We have developed the first scalable technology in the world to produce sustainable graphite from industrial CO₂. This allows securing the local supply chain and reducing dependency on foreign imports.
Particle-size: 7-35 μm.
Surface area: around 4 m²/g
Reduced CO₂ footprint (up to 33%) in the production of energy storage systems.
Increases thermal conductivity of composites which helps to avoid overheating and thus the degradation of the material.
Increased electrical conductivity and improved adhesion. Graphite is also used in coatings to shield rooms from electro-magnetic waves, anti-fouling and anti-static abilities in off-shore paints applications.
Builds an electromagnetic shielding and enhances the fire resistance of plastic materials.
Helps retain conductive properties of resins while increasing tensile strength and elasticity.
It helps with thermal conductivity thus avoiding degradation of the material, increasing longevity and stability of the lubricant.
Graphite is also used in the steel industry as a vital lubricant and additive. Used in the production of iron ingots. Reduces the carbon footprint in steel-making processes.
Graphite has a crystalline structure, which results in its unique characteristics. It is light, soft to the touch, and is an excellent conductor of both electricity and heat. It is widely used in the electric vehicle sector, where an average EV battery contains approximately 66 kg of graphite. Other areas of applications include paints, coatings, lubricants, and plastics.