The application of graphene to textile products (yarns, fabrics, padding and feathers) improves the intrinsic properties of the material to which it is applied without changing its natural structure. Depending on the method and amount of graphene applied, the latter grants the following characteristics:

Heat regulation

One of the main characteristics of graphene is that it distributes heat evenly. When applied to a fabric, it absorbs and releases heat according to the body’s need, increasing the feeling of comfort when worn


Graphene is a natural conductor, therefore uniform applications of this material allow yarns and membranes to convey the electrical charge and prevent surface accumulation. This is particularly important for textile applications where antistatic and conductive fabrics or articles are required, such as the military or labour sectors


Due to their nanometric and orderly size, nanoparticles of graphene prevent the proliferation of viruses and bacteria, granting textiles antibacterial and antiviral characteristics, and therefore performing an anti-odour action

One of the hallmarks of the “Graphene Inside the Future” project is that it offers a wide range of products to meet the most diverse needs. The addition of this super material combined with a highly specialised know-how has made it possible to develop fabrics, yarns, padding and membranes with unique features such as heat regulation, anti-static and anti-bacterial properties.

Last but not least, we decided that “Graphene Inside the future” was to be a project that also focused on sustainability, therefore we choose to use nothing but natural graphene made from biomass.

Cellulose is considered to be the most widespread and abundant renewable resource on earth. Through an exclusive procedure, graphene from biomass is extracted directly from carbonised corn cobs, thus differing from common graphene which is obtained from non-renewable resources such as graphite.