Grolltex is one of the top boron nitride manufacturers in the U.S. We manufacture the highest quality hexagonal boron nitride, commonly referred to as “hBn” on the market.
Boron nitride chemically inert, and possessed of low thermal conductivity, low thermal expansion and microwave transparency. It is also easily machined. In addition, it is non-wetting by glass, salts and most molten metals. This means that it cannot be wetted by any of these substances, and it is that much more resistant to chemical attacks.
Boron Nitride has unsurpassed thermal stability and is stable at temperatures up to 1000˚C in air, 1400˚ in vacuum, and 2800˚ C in an inert atmosphere. It is also self-lubricating, so it does not require the use of gas or water molecules trapped between its layers. Because of this, boron nitride ceramic parts can be used in a vacuum, which is essential for aerospace applications.
We manufacture hBn for:
• Corporate institutions
• Military Industries
• Scientific Research
• And much more!
According to Jeff Draa, President of Grolltex, “When graphene sits on hBN, it performs much closer to the theoretical ‘electron superhighway’ that graphene users expect”, according to Draa. “We have characterized and are selling this heterostructure to our pre-qualified customers in up to 8” (200mm) diameter configurations and can layer hBN and graphene in any combination”.
The popularity of boron nitride continues to grow as the industry and technologies continue to expand. Grolltex can provide the highest quality boron nitride for your organization.
Grolltex, Inc., is a nanotechnology materials, products and equipment company focusing on the optimization and advancement of the key monolayer material ‘graphene’ and related 2D materials. The company holds a number of strategic patents and technological advantages in areas relating to the manufacture of high quality, monolayer ‘CVD’ graphene and hexagonal Boron Nitride as well as on several advanced products made of graphene and 2D materials, such as hyper efficient solar cells, next generation sensors, advanced fuel cells and futuristic super-thin and flexible displays for use in wearables, smart phones and other electronics.