Graphene consistently and reliably demonstrates that it significantly enhances the strength modulus of multiple materials: polyesters, vinylesters, acrylics, and epoxies to name a few. Improvements have run the gamut from modest (30%+) to spectacular (orders of magnitude). As well, it does not rust or rot, and demonstrates enhanced resistance to cracking, blistering, and peeling. Longer life cycles save costs and lengthens maintenance cycles.
Current tests are underway with partners in China and in the USA involving strengthening PET plastics and recycled plastics with graphene.
Other characteristics being researched are light-weighting, enhanced fire resistance, enhanced durability and enhanced UV resistance.