Talga's first graphene sale to a German technology group was announced this morning
Talga's first graphene sale to a German technology group was announced this morning. The buyer is a nano-to-3D printing technology company. Talga (ASX:TLG) owns 100% of the Swedish Nunasvaara graphite project which is currently building a pilot plant to test large scale conversion of graphite to graphene. Talga's advantage is that graphene can be liberated from the raw graphite ore in a simple one step process which is highly cost efficient. Graphene is seen as a new wonder material due to its unique properties of being incredibly strong, yet flexible and is an extremely efficient electrical conductor. It is envisaged that graphene will play a major role in the development of high end technology. If you are looking for an investment in the future you should have a look at this company.
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