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Grafoid develops GPURE Graphene-based membrane technologies for industrial markets

Sunday, February 19, 2017 5:47
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Grafoid has announced the development of the GPURE Membrane Platform, consisting initially of six next generation GPURE Graphene-Polymer membrane technologies intended for industrial markets.

GPURE Graphene-Polymer membranes include:

  • GPURE (A) – A high performing, free-standing membrane developed for water desalination applications
  • GPURE (B) – A stable, large area membrane developed for wastewater filtration suitable for very high temperature operating applications
  • GPURE (C) – A large area free-standing membrane developed for water filtration pre-treatment and may be suitable for use in gas separation applications and may be used as a lightweight component for automotive and sports equipment applications
  • GPURE (D) – A large area membrane that may be used for gas separation and sensing applications
  • GPURE (E) – A large area membrane intended for use in gas separation applications
  • GPURE (F) – May be applied as a graphene varnish for wood surfaces to protect against moisture, UV light and high temperatures



Source: http://www.graphene-info.com/grafoid-develops-gpure-graphene-based-membrane-technologies-industrial-markets

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