Applied Graphene Materials PLC (LON:AGM) said Tru-Tension has launched a new detailing spray paint that uses Applied Graphene’s graphene nanoplatelet technology.
UK-based Tru-Tension designs and manufactures products for biking enthusiasts, and the latest formulation is said to deliver extended performance benefits.
Tru-Tension maintains that the graphene-based spray offers an unrivalled high gloss finish that also acts as a protective layer to leave paintwork glistening, and that the newly formulated hydrophobic coating also reduces dirt build-up to make future cleaning easier.
Working with industry pioneers such as Tru-Tension, Applied Graphene (AGM) said it continues to realise the benefits of graphene for detailing product applications. This latest product launch represents another example of how the incorporation of the company’s unique graphene dispersion technology can transform customers’ products and help manufacturers to stand out in the car and bike care market, AGM said.
“Our graphene products have demonstrated exceptional performance in an increasingly broad range of applications, made possible thanks to our focus on delivering graphene nanoplatelets in a format that makes them easy to adopt in practical applications. This approach continues to deliver new customer product momentum for innovative companies like Tru-Tension. The development of our relationship with Tru-Tension is exciting and I look forward to seeing the commercial results of their current and future cutting-edge product launches,” said Adrian Potts, the chief executive officer of AGM.
Chris Frappell, the founder of Tru-Tension, said it had been great working with AGM’s team on the new formulation.
“The unrivalled formulation and hydrophobic performance of the graphene delivers a world-leading bike detailer with a shine that reduces the build-up of dirt. This addition to our diverse range allows us to continue to deliver market-leading products, for motorcycles and bicycles, at the forefront of what is capable with technology. We look forward to working with AGM on future products and continuing to push the boundaries and performance of our products,” Frappell said.