The focus so far has primarily been in paints, coolants and lubricants demonstrating improved heat transfer in air-conditioning and chilling units and in addition reducing friction in engines. The result is less energy needed thus reducing both cost and typically emissions.
GMG is also in the early stages of de-risking the additional material opportunities for GMG graphene including to enhance the performance of liquid fuels and develop next-generation batteries. Academic studies have demonstrated the potential for graphene to improve the performance and reduce the fuel use of both bio- and petroleum fuels. Separately GMG and the University of Queensland are working collaboratively with Australian Government financial support to progress the potential step-change performance characteristics of Aluminium Ion + (GMG) Graphene batteries.
This has been a journey of continual innovation by a team of high-performance executives, each with decades of experience in one of the world’s largest energy companies. In 2016, bringing various energy and nanoparticle pharmaceutical manufacturing business experience GMG was founded to create a business to manufacture bulk graphene to disrupt unsustainable manufacturing practices and enhance society.
The GMG team has continued to grow, and we are now engaging with large global manufacturers who want to improve their products by embracing graphene. These companies are undertaking research and trials as they prepare to leverage the strengths and capabilities of different types of graphene made by GMG’s proprietary process. Our GMG team is constantly refining the graphene production process and producing graphene to the requirements of each customer’s demands for different applications to reach the best application outcome.
Now, working alongside future customers and leading universities, the team continue to learn, develop and work to implement this ground-breaking technology.