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GRAPHENE

Graphene, which is the thinnest layer removed from a graphite carbon atom, is a two-dimensional planar carbon allotropy composed of a thin film of a hexagonal structure with a thickness of one atom, and is a "dream nanomaterial" that is 200 times stronger than steel and more than twice as thermally conductive as diamond.


This new sheet is called ‘graphene,’ a combination of the word ‘graphite,’ and the suffix ‘-ene,’ meaning a molecule with double bonds.

Graphene Properties

The chemical and physical 

properties of graphene



Neo Enpla is developing a new composite material incorporating Graphene, which is attracting attention as a new dream material, and is applying it to various industrial fields such as textiles, secondary batteries, automobiles, medical devices, and electrode materials.

Infrared rays are a type of electromagnetic wave with a longer wavelength than the red area of visible light, and long wavelengths among infrared rays are called far-infrared rays, which are invisible to the eye and are well absorbed by matter, so they have strong resonance. In addition, far-infrared rays are easily absorbed and have strong penetration, which warms the human body.

Far-infrared light penetrates not only the surface of our body or matter, but also deep inside, rising when our body temperature drops, and falling when it rises, maintaining an appropriate body temperature.


 It permeates into the subcutaneous deep layer 80 times deeper than normal heat, helping to eliminate bacteria that cause various diseases, and helping to create cell tissue.

The far-infrared rays from graphene are effectively absorbed by the body and play an important role in promoting cell tissue activation through micro-vibration, helping to activate metabolism, making the body beautiful and healthy.

Graphene Effects

Effects of a new materials, Graphene on the Body

How do our bodies change

when we wear graphene?

It expands capillaries by maintaining body temperature, helping blood circulation and activating metabolism.

Healthy body care through metabolism activation

Bad waste and toxins balance nutrients to be discharged well and maintain a healthy body through weight loss by promoting fat combustion.


[KIFA Test of far-infrared emissivity of graphene]

research lab > graphene

GRAPHENE

Graphene, which is the thinnest layer removed from a graphite carbon atom, is a two-dimensional planar carbon allotropy composed of a thin film of a hexagonal structure with a thickness of one atom, and is a "dream nanomaterial" that is 200 times stronger than steel and more than twice as thermally conductive as diamond.


This new sheet is called ‘graphene,’ a combination of the word ‘graphite,’ and the 

suffix ‘-ene,’ meaning a molecule with double bonds.

Graphene Properties


The chemical and physical 

properties of graphene





Neo Enpla is developing a new composite material incorporating Graphene, which is attracting attention as a new dream material, and is applying it to various industrial fields such as textiles, secondary batteries, automobiles, medical devices, and electrode materials.

Infrared rays are a type of electromagnetic wave with a longer wavelength than the red area of visible light, and long wavelengths among infrared rays are called far-infrared rays, which are invisible to the eye and are well absorbed by matter, so they have strong resonance. In addition, far-infrared rays are easily absorbed and have strong penetration, which warms the human body.

Far-infrared light penetrates not only the surface of our body or matter, but also deep inside, rising when our body temperature drops, and falling when it rises, maintaining an appropriate body temperature. It permeates into the subcutaneous deep layer 80 times deeper than normal heat, helping to eliminate bacteria that cause various diseases, and helping to create cell tissue.

The far-infrared rays from graphene are effectively absorbed by the body and play an important role in promoting cell tissue activation through micro-vibration, helping to activate metabolism, making the body beautiful and healthy.

Graphene Effectss

Effects of a new materials,

Graphene on the Body

[KIFA Test of far-infrared emissivity of graphene]

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