- HydroGraph (HG) is ready to get to work on Graphene production at newly constructed plant
- The new facility combines research and development workspaces and engineering under one roof
- HydroGraph’s R&D infrastructure combines a unique network of chemistry, physics and engineering disciplines
- The global graphene market size was valued at $87.5 million in 2019 and is projected to reach $1.6 billion by 2028
- HydroGraph’s graphene plant is operational now and scaling to commercial production by the end of the year
- HydroGraph Clean Power Inc. (HG) is sitting at C$0.13 at 2:09 pm EST
HydroGraph Clean Power (HG) has opened a 13,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Manhattan, KS to produce graphene.
The company has a patented Hyperion detonation process that results in high-quality graphene. The process is special because it produces both the lowest cost and the most environmentally friendly result due to its low energy consumption and absence of emissions.
Products include standard fractal graphene, an additive super-material used to enhance strength, water resistance, flexibility, electrical conductivity and the company’s proprietary “reactive graphene” with its unique enabling it to chemically combine with other products, a superior bonding process to the competitors.
Stuart Jara is the CEO of HydroGraph, and besides being pleased with the construction, he is thrilled with the green factor of the building. “The HydroGraph process produces 99.8 per cent pure graphene in identical batches with the lowest environmental footprint, striking at the heart of what’s needed to make graphene the world’s first 2D material discovered.”
The new facility has a research and development (R&D) workspace near the manufacturing and production to enhance future innovation and product development.
HydroGraph’s R&D infrastructure combines a unique network of chemistry, physics and engineering disciplines.
“This facility is the pinnacle in research and development,” said Dr. Chris Sorensen, vice president of R&D. “Our new space allows the science to flourish and, as a result, will allow graphene to live up to its potential to change the world.”
The global graphene market was valued at $87.5 million in 2019 and is projected to reach $1.6 billion by 2028. To say growth is anticipated in the next decade is, to put it mildly, based on numbers.
HydroGraph’s graphene plant is operational and scaling to commercial production by the end of the year.
Founded in 2017, HydroGraph looked to fund and commercialize green, cost-effective processes to manufacture graphene, hydrogen and other strategic materials in bulk.
HydroGraph Clean Power Inc. (HG) sits at C$0.13 at 2:09 pm EST.