Graphene & Graphene
Graphene and graphene oxide have a wide range of applications across many industrial sectors including modern 4th industrial revolution (4IR) technologies.
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Carbon nanotubes SabiNanoTubes™
Our multiwalled carbon nanotubes have purities ranging between 90% (industrial grade) and >98% (research-grade) depending on customer needs and the end-use of the materials.
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Bionanomaterials-based water and wastewater treatment technologies
Our technology is the ideal choice because of its high efficiency and economic value. It is biodegradable, simple to apply, and has flexible properties. Buy online

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SabiNano (Pty) Ltd (SabiNano) is a privately owned South African nanotechnology company that manufactures and supplies carbon-based nanomaterials such as carbon nanotubes (CNTs), graphene and other nanotech-based materials and technologies for research and innovation (R&I) and industrial applications.


SabiNano Benefits


We manufacture carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and graphene (nano carbons) and supply a wide range of other nanomaterials. Our nanocarbon products can be manufactured to the specification of customers possessing unique properties.

Affordable Quality

We strive to provide the highest quality materials and services at a competitive price


We conduct business in research and development (R&D) and offer laboratory services for industry and public sectors

Technology Applications


Upcoming Events

28 May 2021
Bionanotech as a sustainable technology for wastewater treatment

The pollution of freshwater resources by industrial waste effluent and untreated sewerage is a big environmental concern globally. The spill-over effect of water pollution is enormous for several reasons including: (i) freshwater is already a scarce resource in South Africa (SA) and many other countries due to climate change and rise in consumption; the detrimental effect of polluting an already…