a Canadian company specializing in the manufacturing and sales of a novel Graphene-based nano-carbon adsorbent developed by our company.
Over the past decade we have been working with our technology partners from Russia to adapt the Graphene-based adsorption technology to the water purification applications. As you might know, the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to two Russian scientists who had discovered that Graphene (a layer of carbon 1 atom thick) was a stable and very useful material with unique properties.
HRCM is produced from top quality Graphite (carbon) by the method of cold decomposition developed by our company. The produced material has a number of unique properties that allow it to be used for the total separation of any organic material (including emulsified natural and synthetic oils) from water at any temperature.
HRCM is a non-toxic and chemically inert material which does not have any negative effect on the ecosystem.
Since the environmental regulations with respect to the quality of water are becoming more and more stringent in North America and around the world, the commercial interest in Graphene-based adsorption technology is getting in the