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NanoEmi is a graphene nanocomposites producer

Get on the train with the most advanced nanocomposites produced from graphene flakes

Welcome to advanced graphene nanocomposites page, where cutting-edge technology meets materials science. Our state-of-the-art graphene nanocomposites are engineered to provide exceptional strength, durability, and performance. With a wide range of applications, from energy storage to electronics and biodevices, our graphene nanocomposites are the solution for a sustainable future. Our team of experts is dedicated to pushing the boundaries of what's possible with graphene, and we're excited to share our innovative products with you.

Discover the power of Emigraph - Composite sheets

EMI Composite Shields

Emigraph – Composite sheets materials are our flagship products. We developed proprietary technology which allows us to achieve very efficient shielding of electromagnetic radiation:

70 dB / 1 mm of sample

This allows to dump most of the radiation impinging the blocker or enclosure of the device made from our material.

NanoEmi shielding efficiency composites

NanoEMI scientists have taken the next step in graphene-based technologies. We are proud to announce that our Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Shielding Composites patent. EMI acronym stands for electromagnetic interference. EMI is a phenomenon which is responsible for malfunction of electronic devices due to the electromagnetic waves propagating around the equipment.

CAPEX effort minimized

While implementing new technologies it is always of crucial importance to consider CAPEX expenditures to implement the new solution in your current production process. Our materials are made to work with standard industrial equipment. So if you already have e.g. injection molding machine most probably our material will work with it without the need to make further investment.

Reflection is no longer a key issue

The majority of radiation is absorbed instead of refl ected as in current technologies. In our experiments and in measurements performed by independent laboratories we have confi rmed that even 70% of intensity of radiation is absorbed while only 30% is refl ected.

Frequency range

We have proven that the material attenuates radiation in very broad range of frequencies (from hundreds of MHz to THz). The attenuation curve is relatively fl at and exhibits no oscillations as in case of some other, competitive technologies. This implies, that our technology could be used in 5G and IoT devices operating in the range of 2 to 26 GHz. Also, it will perform very well in car radars helping to improve safety of passengers or in autonomous vehicles.

Reduction of mass

Get on the train with the most advanced nanocomposites produced from graphene flakes

Mass reduction in the most advanced graphene nanocomposites refers to the ability to create materials that are lightweight yet strong by incorporating graphene into a composite material. Graphene, being the thinnest and lightest material known, has exceptional mechanical properties such as high tensile strength and stiffness. By combining graphene with other materials, such as polymers, metals or ceramics, it is possible to produce composites that are significantly lighter than conventional materials without compromising on their strength or stiffness. This is of critical importance for a number of applications where consumption of electrical energy or of fossil fuels has to be reduced. These advanced graphene nanocomposites have numerous potential applications in industries such as aerospace, automotive, and sports equipment where weight reduction is critical.

When compared to key competitive materials our
composite is roughly: (Do weryfikacji)

5x lighter than lead (Pb)

Graphene is significantly lighter than lead, with a density of around 2.25 grams per cubic centimeter (g/cm³) compared to lead's density of 11.34 g/cm³. This means that graphene is approximately 5 times lighter than lead.

4x lighter than copper (Cu)

Graphene is actually significantly lighter than copper, with a density of around 2.25 grams per cubic centimeter (g/cm³) compared to copper's density of 8.96 g/cm³. This means that graphene is approximately 4 times lighter than copper.

1.2 x lighter than aluminum (Al)

Graphene is actually significantly lighter than aluminum, with a density of around 2.25 grams per cubic centimeter (g/cm³) compared to aluminum's density of 2.70 g/cm³. This means that graphene is approximately 1.2 times lighter than aluminum.