Graphene Composites Ltd. Graphene Composites Ltd.

Graphene Composites Limited is a nano-technology manufacturing start-up. It is working closely with The Centre for Process Innovation to research and develop graphene based composites for use in the Defence, Aircraft and Construction markets.

We are combining graphene (the strongest material known) with aerogel (the lightest material, and one of the best insulators/shock absorbers) into a composite that should be amongst the strongest, lightest, most resilient materials ever created.

We have just released our June quarterly investor update to our shareholders. One of the key points is that, in response to the terror attacks in London, we have added stab protection to our ballistic body armour design. Initial test results have been highly encouraging. Sadly, this has become our top product development priority.




Thomas Wright Wa


County Durham

TS21 3FD




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