Graphite fibers for new materials areas
Graphite fibers are fibers with graphitized molecular structures, a carbon content of more than 99%, and a structure of hexagonal lattice. They are used as
high-temperature insulated radiation shields, advanced composite reinforcements and functional composites. Nickel-plated graphite fibers can be used as shielding materials for fuel tanks, and anti-lightning and electromagnetic shielding materials. They can also be used for military power strike; namely, the
so-called graphite bomb.
Nanocomposites have a wide range of designs, including nano-ceramic composites, nano-magnetic composites, nano-catalytic composites, nano-semiconductor composites, etc. Because of their excellent overall performance, especially the designable performances, they are widely used in aviation and
aerospace, defense, transportation, sports and other fields.
Special fibers have different special properties, such as strong corrosion resistance, low wear resistance, high temperature resistance, radiation resistance,
flame resistance, high voltage, high strength and high constant, high elasticity, reverse osmosis, high efficiency filtration, adsorption, ion exchange, light
guide, electric conduction, and many medical functions. Most of these fibers are used in industry, defense, healthcare, environmental protection and
Because of its unique two-dimensional structure, graphene have a wide range of applications in sensors, featured by small size, large surface area, high
sensitivity, fast response time, fast electron transfer, proneness to fixing protein and maintaining its flexibility. It can enhance various performances of
sensors. It is mainly used for making gas, biological small molecules, enzymes and DNA electrochemical sensors.
New Energy Graphene Materials
Graphene’s application in the field of new energy has become one of the hottest disruptive technologies. Graphene has excellent physical and chemical
properties, being able to improve the quality of the existing power batteries, and solve the problems of insufficient capacity and long charging time of
new-energy vehicle batteries, which has greatly accelerated the development of the new-energy battery industry.
graphene materials for the electronic industry
Graphene is an ideal material to replace ITO as a new type of transparent conductive film thanks to its high transparency, toughness, and excellent
conductivity. It can be used to make flexible materials, capacitive touch screens, flexible LCD panels, flexible OLED displays and the like. Graphene will be
the core material for a wide range of next-generation devices such as high-speed transistors, high-sensitivity sensors, lasers, touch screens, batteries,
electronic products and solar cells.
Graphene functional materials
The main products are: graphene phone touch screens, graphene transparent electrodes, graphene conductive inks, graphene thermal conductivity
materials, graphene biosensors, and graphene medical carriers. They are mainly oriented to the IT semiconductors, smart phones, biomedicine and other
The structure and properties of nano-functional materials themselves give rise to the many unique properties and broad application prospects of
nano-functional materials. Research on nano-functional materials started from the fields of metal powders and ceramics. Now they have been widely used
in microelectronics, metallurgy, chemical engineering, electronics, defense, nuclear technology, aerospace, medicine, and bioengineering.
Special graphites for the nuclear power industry
After special processing of ultra-high purity graphites, they are featured by corrosion-resistant, good thermal conductivity, and low permeability, which can be used in large quantities for the production of heat exchangers, reactors, condensers, combustion towers, absorption towers, cooling towers, heating
filters, and pumps, being widely used in the petrochemical, hydrometallurgy, acid-base production, synthetic fibers, paper and other industrial sectors,
saving enormous metal materials.