Graphene nanoplatelets for lighter, stronger, cost-effective polymer composites

The Challenge

Traditional cryogenic tanks are manufactured from polymer composites to provide the tank strength with a separate metal or polymer liner to prevent gas leaks and pressure loss. Ensuring the connection between these liners and tanks is a critical issue and is often the cause of the failure of these systems

Infinite Composites has taken on the challenge to develop a linerless polymer composite tank considered as “the Holy Grail” of gas storage for space applications.

Applied Graphene Materials (LON:AGM) manufacture production ready graphene based Genable® dispersions, with product integration expertise to deliver multi-functional performance enhancements across a wide range of applications.

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