9 April 2019
Applied Graphene Materials to present at the 11th World Congress on Aluminium
Applied Graphene Materials ("AGM"), the producer of specialty graphene materials, announces that the Company will be present as a speaker at the prestigious 11th World Congress on Aluminium which is being held in Treviso - Venice, Italy on 9 to 13 April 2019.
Matthew Sharp, AGM's Senior Applications Scientist, will present a paper to the Technical Conference entitled "Long Term Corrosion Protection Performance and Activity of Graphene-Based Epoxy Coating Systems for Aluminium and its Alloys".
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.
Following on from AGM's successful presentation at The European Coatings Show, 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".
Matthew's presentation will be given at 9.30 am on 10 April 2019.
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About Applied Graphene Materials
Applied Graphene Materials works in partnership with its customers using its knowledge and expertise to provide custom graphene dispersions and formats to deliver enhancements and benefits for a wide range of applications. The Group's strategy is to target commercial application in three core markets: coatings, composites and polymers and functional fluids.
The Group has developed proprietary bottom-up processes which are capable of producing high-volume graphene nanoplatelets using a continuous process. The manufacturing processes are based on sustainable, readily available raw materials and therefore do not rely on the supply of graphite, unlike a number of other graphene production techniques. Applied Graphene Materials owns the intellectual property and know-how behind these processes.
Applied Graphene Materials was founded in 2010 with its operations and processes based on technology that Professor Karl Coleman initially developed at Durham University. The Group was admitted to AIM in November 2013.
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