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  • First Graphene has launched its new platform to support its growing base of international customers and stakeholders
  • The website will help visitors develop a deeper understanding of graphene
  • First Graphene currently produces 100 tonnes of graphene per year

First Graphene has launched its new platform to support its growing base of international customers and stakeholders.

The new website gives an opportunity for visitors to develop a deeper understanding of the potential of graphene and its applications.

First Graphene is recognised as the world’s leading supplier of high performing graphene products sold under the PureGRAPH product brand.

Graphene is a one-atom-thick layer of carbon atoms arranged in a honeycomb pattern. Graphene is stronger than steel, thinner than paper and is predicted to be the future of tech.

First Graphene recently shipped its first commercial sale of PureGRAPH to the UK, Ireland and Germany.

Graphene is found in everyday items such as the lead in the pencil, batteries and LED lighting. It is also used to enhance the strength of other materials and also decrease their weight.

The Perth based company is the supplier that delivers these materials to its global customers.

PureGRAPH™ are powders of graphene and are available in 3 different platelet sizes: 20µm (micrometres), 10µm and 5µm.

First Graphene produces 100 tonnes of graphene per year and is the only company in the world with approval to sell tonnes of graphene in both Europe and Australia.

The company’s new domain will replace its old website.

Marketing Manager, Chris McMahon says the new platform showcases the real capabilities behind the company.

“This is a new platform that showcases the real capabilities behind First Graphene and provides clear guidance to our global customers on the use of graphene in their industry,” he said.

The company will now focus on building its brand with global customers.

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