Increasing capacity and reducing prices of graphene products

Grapenea’s four-pack of Monolayer Graphene on SiO2/Si has already come down to £105
Graphenea has announced that improvements in process productivity will lead to reduced prices for its graphene products in 2016. In particular, the price of CVD graphene film will decrease in all categories by 23% on average.

The price of Grapenea’s four-pack of Monolayer Graphene on SiO2/Si has already come down to £105. Prices of graphene on custom substrates is said to decrease by 27%, making it easier for researchers to work on their own substrate. Also, it is claimed that the price of graphene oxide (GO) for research will decrease by 33% on average. GO suspension will now be available in a five litre package, for £20 per gram.

In 2015 the company introduced suspended monolayer graphene on cavities as a standard catalogue product. In 2016, the company plans to introduce monolayer graphene on copper coated with PMMA as a standard product.

By the end of the year, the Grapenea expects to raise capacity to 1t per year of GO for industrial applications. This capacity will allow Graphenea to seek customers that are looking forward to increase their demand and to advance commercialisation of graphene higher up the value chain.

Author
Tom Austin-Morgan

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