Grolltex – A Patented Process to Transfer Graphene in a Sustainable Way

Consumer Update

In the battle for “strongest material in the world,” nothing trumps graphene. It’s an extremely electrically conductive form of carbon laid out on a flat sheet. Not only is it 200 times stronger than steel, but it’s also highly transparent, flexible, and a natural barrier that only hot protons can penetrate. And due to it being only one atom thick, it’s classified as a 2D material.

One of the significant hurdles in mass producing this material is called ‘the transfer issue.’ In other words, how do we transfer graphene in a non-destructive and sustainable way from the growth substrate to the ultimate ‘care about’ surface?

Well, Grolltex has created a patented process to do exactly that.

This innovative company has applied a breakthrough process to advanced production equipment and other materials and products made from sheet graphene.

In addition, Grolltex’s methodologies enable the design of the equipment used for single layer graphene transfer that reuses and optimizes what’s called the “sacrificial” copper substrate.

By optimizing and reusing otherwise forgotten copper substrate we see an affordable yet quality-driven sustainable solution for creating products like OLED screens, bio-sensors, and basically any electronic device.

Grolltex products include:

  • Single Layer Graphene transferred onto your water
  • Single Layer Graphene on Cu
  • Single Layer Graphene on Si Wafers

For more information, head over to their website at


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