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Multiple layers. Different plastics. Co-extruded. Poly-blends.

Many products are complex, use virgin materials and are difficult to recycle.

Our graphene nanocomposites provide a host of benefits with one technology solution:


Improved properties
with less virgin plastic.

Enhanced recyclability.

Minimal disruption to existing workflows.

Let's take some examples...

Use Cases
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Fuel Lines & Containers

Virgin polyamides, polyethylene, often combined in component.

Require high barrier properties and toughness. Multiple polymers used to solve this problem. Poor recyclability and no recycled material typically used. 

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Textile and Filaments

Virgin polyesters, elastane and other synthetic blends.

Elastane is blended with polyester to create stretch. This compromises recyclability of the polyester. 

If you think you have a plastic problem, you're not alone. Let's solve it together. 

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