COMPOSITES AND COATINGS

COMPOSITE MATERIALS

EPOXY LAMINATES

Graphene works for improvement of the delamination, toughening, barrier properties, flame-retardancy

PHENOLIC COMPOSITES

Graphene works on improvement of fire resistance, barrier properties: smoke toxicity performance

ARAMID COMPOSITES

Graphene improves impact resistance

OTHER COMPOSITES

Graphene improves mechanical performance

EPOXY LAMINATES

CealTech Graphene and 3D grafting technology will improve

  • Lighting strike protection
  • Erosion resistance
  • Damage resistance
  • Mechanical systems – creating morphing structure
  • Electrical systems    – de-icing / anti-icing
  • Functional surface –  ice-conditions
  • Reduced fuel consumption, Improved range and
  • Reduced noise
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PHENOLIC LAMINATES

NASA developed a New Class of Strong Flexible Carbon Fiber Reinforced Phenolic Composites

For any type of composites graphene can be combined with ceramic, metal particles or fibers for control and regulation of the materials properties

BENEFITS

  • Lightweight, strong and flexible
  • Enhanced thermal protection for re-entry conditions with high heating ratesaa
  • Improved thermo-oxidation stability
  • Can be used to fabricate flexible heat shields
  • Increasing incorporation of hydrogen, making it more resistant to solar radiation

OTHER COMPOSITES

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  • Liquid Crystal Polymers fro low cost RF flexible electronics and antennae
  • Graphene-polyamides for enhanced barrier properties
  • Graphene-reinforced Polyurethane foams
  • Graphene reinforced ceramic composites
  • Graphene coated ceramic
  • Graphene coated metal devices (anticorrosion)
  • Graphene reinforced metal composites (reduced CTE)
  • Graphene-Metal hybrid Polymer laminates based on
  • acrylics or polyester
  • Graphene Aerogels
  • Graphene Carbon Composites

COATINGS

PROTECTIVE COATINGS

  • barrier properties
  • flame-retardancy
  • thermal insulation

EPOXY SYSTEMS

  • Silicone
  • Phenollic
  • Acrylates
  • Novolac
  • Titanates
  • Inorganic polymers

PRIMERS

  • Barrier properties
  • Polyurethanes
  • EPT
  • Epoxy

POWDER COATINGS

  • Mechanical performance
  • Epoxy
  • Polyesters