• Print flexible Graphene sensors and electronic devices on any surface

    Exquisite & Flexible Design

Introducing Graphenicalab

 

Unlimited fields of application

GraphenicaLab has succeeded in starting from the basis of graphene.
· The finest, lightest and strongest known material.
· The best heat and electricity conductor, nearly transparent, flexible and elastic.
· Related to an abundant element in nature, sustainable and offering almost unlimited fields of application.

A proprietary technology

Starting from a graphite exfoliation process, we can transfer the properties of graphene to any material, making it intelligent and becoming it a sensor for any physical, chemical or biological task, even for heating. We do this through a proprietary technology: wax printing membranes accepting a wide variety of water-based inks, at a highly efficient cost, and which can be mixed with biological material, opening a door of infinite possibilities in terms of biosensors manufacturing with interest for various future applications including health and environment diagnostics

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Print on any type of surface

This system means a world of unlimited possibilities of creation, no matter the shape or the size or the final use. Wax printing is possible on almost any type of surface, both flexible and rigid, curved or sharp. Performed in-house or on-site.

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Impeccable results

Graphenicalab results are spectacular: chemical sensors, physical sensors, biosensors, tactile surfaces or not, supercapacitors, energy harvesters, NFC tags … and, more important, a practically unlimited range of applications in internet of things-related fields including smart transportation, smart home, smart office, smart grid or smart packaging beside wearable devices for diagnostics.

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A wide variety of water-based inks

Our technology accepts a wide variety of water-based inks, at a highly efficient cost, and which can be mixed with biological material, opening a door of infinite possibilities in terms of biosensors manufacturing.

Exfoliated Graphene

Other 2D materials

Graphene modified with nanomaterials

Biofuncionalized Graphene