The features of Nanene

The future is Nanene

Nanene is a particular type of graphene. Graphene is 200x stronger than steel making it the strongest material known; it conducts heat and electricity very efficiently and may one day replace copper; is both flexible and transparent suitable for flexible touch screen devices; these and many other properties mean the future will be filled with graphene enhanced materials.

Scalable capabilities of Versarien

Our patent protected manufacturing techniques allow Nanene to be manufactured in large volumes at market leading prices. In 2016, Nanene manufacture has increased 400% to meet customer demand with the ability to continue to scaling.

Of the highest measurable quality

The patented process that is used to manufacture Nanene produces high quality graphene nano-platelets which are less than 10 layers thick, with a high level of sub 5 layers material that gives the incredible performance benefits. The quality of this process has been has independently verified by several leading United Kingdom universities.

Huge improvements in Carbon Fibre Reinforced Polymers

Independent manufacture and testing has shown Nanene enhanced CFRP to have up to 52% increase in mechanical properties. This is a game changer for design and manufacture of CFRP’s, where the components of the future will be both stronger and lighter.

Nanene is big business

Versarien has sold what we believe to be one of the largest graphene orders ever. Versarien has the capability to process larger orders on shorter leadtimes.

Nanene enhanced plastics offer increased performance

Nanene can be used to improve the desired properties of injection moulded and 3D printed plastics, allowing tomorrow’s designer to exceed the limits of conventional materials. Current works include improvements in strength, thermal properties, wear resistance and electrical conductivity to name a few.

Latest News

Graphene show zero resistance to electrical current

Graphene show zero resistance to electrical current

Japanese researchers were able to make graphene a super conductor at very low temperatures. University of Cambridge scientists were able to make graphene a super conductor when coupled with other…
Researchers use graphene to make state of the art sensors from silly putty

Researchers use graphene to make state of the art sensors from silly putty

Another application where graphene has been added to an everyday material to improve it characteristics for the good of humanity. This collaboration with University of Manchester open up new methods…
World’s lightest mechanical watch revealed thanks to graphene

World’s lightest mechanical watch revealed thanks to graphene

The worlds lightest mechanical chronograph watch created in a collaboration between The University of Manchester, watch making brand Richard Mille as well as McLaren F1. Check it out here: http://www.graphene.manchester.ac.uk/latest/?archive=twelvemonths&id=17749
Major Advance in Scalable Graphene Production

Major Advance in Scalable Graphene Production

Versarien plc (AIM: VRS), the advanced engineering materials group is pleased to announce that its graphene development subsidiary, 2-DTech, has made a major advance in graphene platelet production, which the Board believes…
Significant Graphene Order

Significant Graphene Order

Versarien plc (AIM:VRS) (“Versarien” or the “Company”), the advanced materials group, is pleased to announce the receipt of a further significant graphene order for a carbon fibre composite related OEMapplication. On…