G6 Materials Corp.
A technology company and world leader in creating value through the development of innovative graphene-based solutions. The Company is strategically focused on serving the global air filtration and purification market with new products to meet growing demand. G6 also sells a range of graphene-based products and other materials, including but not limited to conductive epoxies, fine chemicals, high-performance composites and R&D materials, with numerous customers from among the Fortune 500 list of companies, as well as NASA and leading universities. G6 has identified new graphene-based applications to accelerate growth into the future. Accordingly, the Company has a valuable portfolio of intellectual property currently comprised of several granted patents and multiple provisional patents, with more patent applications filed.
Premium Grade Graphene
The Company’s management team and employees have a deep understanding of graphene technology based on decades of aggregate academic and commercial experience. Located in Ronkonkoma, New York, its premium research laboratory and scalable production facility is equipped with advanced analytical and material processing equipment. G6’s expertise in manufacturing premium-grade graphene materials allows it to tailor graphene solutions with a focus on the industrial composites market. The Company has the in-house capacity to mix graphene with thermoplastics, thermosets such as epoxies, and inks. Graphene additives have been developed for laminated carbon fiber and fiberglass composites for use in defense, airspace, marine, and automotive industries.
Daniel Stolyarov - President & CEO
Gary Dyal - Chairman
Robert Scott CA, CFA, CFO
Roman Rabinovich - Director
The Company’s headquarters are located at 760 Koehler Avenue in Ronkonkoma, New York. This 8,000 square foot facility is situated in a technology park near Long Island MacArthur Airport, approximately 45 miles East of New York City. The facility has ample office space and research and development space, plus over 4,000 sq. ft. of production and warehouse space. G6’s facility is equipped with a wet lab for graphene wafer processing and a reaction chamber for graphene oxide production. Further, the Company’s composite R&D center hosts twin and single screw extruders and various resin mixing equipment.
G6’s research team operates a state-of-the-art analytical laboratory for the development and testing of material quality. In this laboratory, the team certifies raw materials for use in production and tests the quality of end-product formulations. The Company’s in-house analytical capabilities include:
- Rheology measurement station
- Four-probe conductivity measurement equipment
- Universal test station for evaluation of materials’
- Raman spectroscopy
- Optical microscopy
G6 has a 4,000 square foot manufacturing floor dedicated to graphene production and pilot-scale manufacturing of graphene masterbatches, additives and composites. The manufacturing facility is used for the safe and efficient processing of graphene and the daily production of the Company’s end products. G6 works closely with customers and business partners to provide them with materials tailored to their needs.
Graphene is a single layer sheet of carbon atoms, tightly bound in a hexagonal network. Graphene’s crystalline structure gives it unique optical, thermal, mechanical and electrical properties. The 2010 Nobel Prize for Physics was awarded to the University of Manchester’s Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov for their ground-breaking work in this field. Graphene is the thinnest compound known to man, with transformative potential for applications across multiple industries. Graphene goes well beyond its designation as a scientific wonder. Graphene nanopowders are used as a multifunctional filler that simultaneously improves several essential properties of thermoset and thermoplastic resins – a capability that opens the door to a plethora of practical applications. The incorporation of graphene additives offers a useful technique to improve the electrical and mechanical properties of epoxies. As a vivid example, the Company’s G6-EPOXY™ products have enhanced resistance to stress, corrosion, cracking and fatigue. Some of the additional benefits of incorporating graphene into epoxies include increased tensile strength and stiffness, reduced flammability, as well as improved thermal and UV stability. Further, graphene reduces the overall density, weight and cost of composites, improves operational safety and increases cured epoxy durability.
Graphene media for air filtration
Ultralight functional materials
Mechanically reinforced resins
The G6 team has extensive experience and expertise in working with graphene. The Company has developed proprietary methods and processes, thereby enabling G6 to utilize graphene’s outstanding properties to solve customer problems. The Company’s graphene products leverage years of nanotechnology research and the hands-on expertise of G6’s R&D team. As a result, the Company can create proprietary new formulations to meet client needs. G6 has the capacity to incorporate graphene materials into various matrices such as adsorbents, thermoplastics, epoxies and inks. Its facility is equipped with material analysis and processing equipment. The Company has made advancements in several areas:
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