Concrete Thermic Mix

Mixing concrete with graphene improved the following properties:

96% Compressive strength increase

56% Heat capacity increase

150% Water permeability reduction

Innovative affordable solution to make


Concrete Thermic Mix for any type of concrete.

Thermic sciences laboratory would like to share the results of research conducted by our company’s specialists in the field of improving the properties of concrete mixtures. Significant results in this direction have been achieved through the incorporation of carbon nanomaterials, such as graphene into concrete. As a result, the strength properties of concrete mixtures have significantly increased.
In addition, the heat capacity has increased significantly and the water permeability has decreased.

Laboratory testing

Graphite peeling process in the liquid phase, using high shear mixing and additional use of surfactants. In this process, the graphite particles were stratified to graphene nanoparticles, and the surfactants prevented them from reuniting. The suspension of graphene nanoparticles thus obtained was then used to mix the concrete instead of water. Graphene-reinforced concrete.

Easy implement in production

Thermic Sciences specialists have shown great prospects for using graphene. This method is low-cost, simple and can be implemented in the production process directly at the concrete production site.

Low costs

To get the previous improved properties, it is only necessary to replace water with our nano-mixture. The cost of the nano-mixture is about 5 euro cents per liter (it depends on the amount of raw material produced).

To bring this innovative concrete technology into your concrete production please contact Us.

Graphene, the "wonder material" composed of a one-atom-thick sheet of linked carbon atoms, is the world's strongest manmade material. Now, scientists have used it to create a new type of concrete that is much stronger, water-resistant and eco-friendly than what we're used to.
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