Intangible Heritage Lime is the raw material of Graphenstone’s products
Graphenstone products use lime which is made in wood burning kilns which results in a lime with high whiteness and purity. This lime, from Morón de la Frontera
(Spain), has been produced in this way since the mid-nineteenth century.
Furthermore, the lime cycle is 100% natural, from the wood that’s used to feed the oven, through the firing, to the collection. This procedure is recognized as Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO in 2011.
Graphene based innovation: increased hardness, homogeneity, strength, conductivity and flexibility
The graphene fibres provide the coatings and paints of Graphenstone with innovative qualities: thermal conductivity, greater toughness, flexibility, strength and
uniformity. This nanotechnology compound acts as a structural support mesh at the molecular level, which translates into greater durability and therefore lower maintenance and more significant savings.
We use this technology to achieve more efficient materials that meet the requirements of a highly demanding market committed to new and more sustainable manufacturing methodology.
Tradition, innovation and technology are the perfect ingredients
Lime and graphene combined form the ultimate ecological, natural coatings and paints in the world. This is why the Graphenstone products have great
performance and covering properties. Thanks to their flexibility the coatings do not crack or flake off. It also contributes to energy savings due to its great reflective power. Moreover, thanks to its mineral character it reduces the reverberance of the sound.
We design and manufacture with respect for the environment, the circular economy and energy efficiency; this is the reason why our products fit perfectly in Green or Eco Buildings, Passive Houses, and Smart Cities.