Graphene Enhanced Safety Boots had a successful trip according to NGA Industry Council partner First Graphene.
First Graphene has completed successful prototype trials with Steel Blue for the development of graphene-enhanced safety boots, used across the industrial sectors.
This is the first time that graphene has successfully been incorporated into a thermoplastic polyurethane masterbatch and offers considerable advantages, including even greater wear and chemical resistance, better thermal heat transfer and reduced permeability.
Steel Blue is a major global manufacturer of work boots, with a reputation for innovative design to improve comfort, durability and safety. The adoption of graphene to boost these features still further is a continuation of this philosophy, as Chief Executive Officer, Garry Johnson, explains, “Steel Blue is committed to developing innovative solutions for our customers. We’re excited by these recent developments with First Graphene and look forward to delivering these solutions to our market.” Read the full story here.
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