Continuous Feed Graphene Production

Continuous Feed Graphene Production 

The principal engineering behind the patent, calls for a pressurized vessel containing salt water and reagents that self-circulate and is disrupted by harmonic vibration. The effects of the salt water and reagents, electrify the pretreated and sized graphite, encouraging the platelets to separate and with the use of upward force through pressurized oxygen the graphene floats to the top of the cell, where electromagnetic force removes the graphene from the cell. The entire process is a continuous feed to hopefully produce high volumes of material. Finally, the recover port is design to allow for many different storage dispersible materials. One of the difficulties in controlling the effects of the superparamagnetic graphene has led to the use of a controlling electromagnetic field as a way to control the movement of the graphene. Essentially turning it off and leading to a specific point.

The Company intends on completing the quarter scale version to help in the development of a full-scale system. As the systems will run in a continuous flow, the Company’s focus on the engineering of pre- and post-handling system is a top priority. With so many industry applications, the company will focus on 10 of the top applications, such as; polymers, coating, fluids and biomedical engineered products. Each application will have an industry partner to assure that the material created, can be put in to production, can solve and greatly improve the products functionally and overall performance.

Conductive graphene application development will continue with the help of the teams at the universities, with specific focus on engineering the graphene to preform to specific design requirements

Further, the development of applications for lithium batteries, will continue along side of the other proposed applications with one industry partner with a specific goal to greatly enhance the performance of the lithium battery for electric vehicles and to create materials that will interconnect the workings of the electric vehicle by providing near zero resistance between cells, controllers, etc. It is considered, that reducing resistance between each module or controlling device could greatly help the distance performance of an electric vehicle.

The engineering diagram shows the basic details of the system and principal flow of material. Both the pre- and post-functions of the system will be released at a later date. The second patent application on our engineered spherical shaping of graphite for the lithium battery industry will be released on Monday November 9, 2015. Previously announced in press release dated November 5, 2015

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