Graphene enabled e-textile for future human-machine interfaces.
Erik Khranovskyy, Grafen CEO07.09.21
Grafren AB, a Swedish chemical manufacturer and associated member of the Graphene Flagship, has been granted its first patent for a new method of separating graphene flakes. Here, Erik Khranovskyy, CEO of Grafren, explains how this pioneering technology could be used to turn simple textiles into smart, electronic products and interfaces.
Starting the Journey
Grafren is a manufacturer of smart textiles that specializes in producing graphene flakes and applying these to textiles and other products. We were established in 2018 as a spin-off from nearby Linköping University, which is also a Graphene Flagship Associated Member. Our interest has always been in graphene flakes, because they are affordable and have a number of potential applications.
We believe in the importance of the quality of graphene, which can make all the difference between a successful and failed demonstration of graphene-based materials. Having the right thickness of graphene is essential to benefit from its o
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