European Coatings Journal - 18.04.2022 | Matthew Sharp | CORROSION PROTECTION


We previously demonstrated the suitability of graphene nanoplatelets for boosting anti-corrosion protection in solventborne and water-borne systems [1, 2]. In this extension of their work, they seek to identify graphene's potential benefits to limit corrosion and extend maintenance cycles in challenging marine and offshore environments. Our company produces a range of dispersions of graphene nanoplatelets (GNPs) that enable property enhancements to be achieved in respect of electrical/thermal conductivity, mechanical resistance and barrier type. GNPs are manufactured with the aid of our patented "bottom up" process, which yields high-specification materials. Coatings of various types have been widely employed to ...
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