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AGM Announces Production of a New Graphene-Based Coating Done by an Indian Company

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Indian-based Stanvac-Superon Group, an industrial repair and maintenance solutions manufacturer, has produced a mostly graphene-based coating for industrial power transmission equipment.

These new coatings should greatly improve the electrical equipment by reducing contact resistance. While seemingly insignificant, this technology should actually improve efficiency by reducing power loss by a whopping 30-50 percent. This coating uses AGM’s A-GNP35 graphene dispersions to target both copper and aluminum cable joints, which can be found in anything from steel-mills to railways.

Hopefully, with this improvement overall electricity loss can be avoided in a variety of places, making commonly-used technology much more efficient.

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