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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Haydale Graphene Industries Plc LSE:HAYD London Ordinary Share GB00BKWQ1135 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.10 -1.92% 5.10 5.00 5.20 5.20 5.03 5.20 201,043 09:30:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 2.9 -3.8 -1.0 - 26

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/6/2022
18:45
Usual sell off from this underperformed stock....always going to happen
1looking
10/6/2022
10:07
https://www.bac-mono.com/news_monoproduction https://www.bac-mono.com/news_emono https://www.viritech.co.uk/news/haydale-graphene-industries-and-viritech-announce-mou With the Goodwood 'Festival of Speed' looming - 23rd- 26th June - I decided to look to see what news was on the BAC website (cc brake-discs by SCE) and was pleased to see these two recent (relatively!)announcements from the company. I have added the third link to remind myself of the relationship between Viritech and our company. It looks as though we might see some interesting announcements in the last few days of the current company year.
knownowt
08/6/2022
08:10
That would depend on how much your plumber would charge for draining your system and the cost of the refill containing the functionalised boron nitride. With the energy savings claimed that cost should be amortised reasonably quickly. However, what I do find really interesting is the timing of two recent announcements : !7th February 2022 :Haydale awarded Supply Agreement for its proprietary functionalised thermal fluid - High Tech Systems !st March 2022 : Contract awardedto develop ink-based heaters for Low-Power hot water - Cadent Gas The commonality of interest here cannot be missed by Cadent - or. hopefully, governmental departments.
knownowt
07/6/2022
10:37
Sounds impressive on the web site. Would it be expensive to install.
mrbt
07/6/2022
10:16
Looks like they have website and some info about this hi-therm apparently it reduce energy by 30% and produce 55% more heat at 80degree https://www.hightech.systems/_files/ugd/81dfce_e3128410771d43e0ba1e2efd55537939.pdf
sharki9
07/6/2022
09:18
I am encouraged by the trading statement. Yes, there are many caveats - increased overheads, bringing forward capital expenditure etc - but those decisions have been made on the strong launch of Hi-Therm where "sales of functionalised boron nitride conductive fluids expected to be markedly ahead of contractual volumes". The final comment about accelerating transition from an R&D based organisation to a commercial business reads well.
knownowt
27/5/2022
11:43
Decent buy there...
oakville
06/5/2022
11:18
Strong buying this morning....someone know something we don't?
1looking
28/4/2022
00:12
Thank you Lsoc85. I have never seen so many split infinitives in one statement before but most certainly they do not diminish the power of that statement. I hope that those with the ability to award contracts,aka Civil Servants, have the intelligence to understand the potential cost savings associated.
knownowt
27/4/2022
23:00
Further to the RNS of 27th January 2022, High Tech Systems Ltd issued a press release update last week - following testing, it appears that the radiator fluid would reduce heating bills by c.30%. They talk of being close to getting it into trial homes but offer no definite timescale. Hopefully trials will be completed and verified by the autumn and the next utility price hike. One would imagine that the fluid will be popular once ready for mass roll out. With average annual bills going north of £3k, a £900 saving for an initial outlay will seem worth it to most. "New Energy Saving Heating Product Aims High at Futurebuild ‘22 Stourbridge UK, 20th April, 2022: A new product for the heating market was launched by High Tech Systems at Futurebuild in London last month to a captive audience interested in energy and carbon saving technologies.  Hi-Therm ® was given a hero’s welcome by show visitors thanks to its potential to reduce customers’ energy usage and carbon emissions by 30%.  Hi-Therm ® has been formulated to combat energy and carbon emissions in the UK’s hydronic heating sector and beyond by substituting commonly used water in radiators. The patented thermal fluid uses nanotechnology to enhance the thermodynamic properties of water.  Hi-Therm ® is subcontract manufactured by Haydale Graphene Industries using its patented plasma functionalisation process. Hi-Therm can be installed into any hydronic heating system with minimal disruption and does not require any adaptation of the heating system.  With almost 400 people visiting the stand across the three-day show, High Tech Systems’ CEO Vince Rice said: “We believe we have developed a game-changing product and to see the enormous interest at the show has just quantified that for us.  “As we work through interest shown from the Futurebuild show, we can see the potential applications of the product beyond just the domestic and commercial heating market, but right now we are laser focused on getting our product into the fuel poverty market to assist those who really need it to reduce energy usage and therefore reduce household bills.” Unlike water, which holds the same thermal conductivity regardless of temperature, Hi-Therm’s thermal capability increases with temperature. The product has been independently tested by several third parties including a leading university in the field of thermodynamics and the National Gas Centre for Excellence (NGCFE). At the NGCFE, a test environment was set up with two identical 4KW heating systems, one with water and the other with Hi-Therm®, and 30% less energy was used with Hi-Therm®  during several days of continuous testing.  This is supported by an independent evaluation undertaken in a university test facility specialising in thermodynamics. The simulation was based on heating a single bedroom in a domestic home for a period of one month. The tests showed a reduction in energy usage over the period of more than 30%.  The exciting innovation aims to transform the industry. The product is currently in an advanced stage of achieving SAP inclusion (Standard Assessment Procedure) from the Building Research Establishment (BRE), which would provide an energy performance rating uplift (for use in EPC ratings in buildings). If independent test results are anything to go by, Hi-Therm® could potentially surpass all current energy saving products rated by BRE to date.  Vince continued: “The next stage for us is achieving SAP and to put Hi-Therm® into trial homes in the UK. Our goal is to have Hi-Therm®  available to the fuel poverty market, which is estimated now to be some five million homes. We are talking to very senior people within the UK Government to help bring the benefits of Hi-Therm® to this market as soon as physically possible. We have the capabilities to get this into every single home in the UK with a hydronic heating system, which are systems with gas boilers or heat pumps, as a very cost-effective method of reducing both energy usage and carbon emissions.”  With the UK’s Government bold commitment to net zero emissions by 2050, Hi-Therm®  could potentially provide a solution to significantly cutting carbon emissions from domestic heating, which according to the Committee on Climate Change accounts for 32% of all carbon emissions in the UK. Current initiatives promote the installation of heat pumps, but the solution cannot be installed in every home. Hi-Therm® could.   Hi-Therm® is a new and innovative product to the heating market that could potentially align with many people’s mission towards carbon reduction and net zero. It can be installed into any building that has radiators and it can offer energy savings at a fraction of the carbon footprint, capital costs and time of current measures and provides the dweller with significant energy usage savings.  -Ends- For further information, please contact: Vince Rice, CEO  T: 01562 881014 High Tech Systems E: vince@hightech.systems "
lsoc85
20/4/2022
10:55
I feel that the problem is that awards and research grants do not add up to meaningful turnover which is what is needed for a serious uplift in valuation because until such time there is always the risk of another discounted fundraise
1looking
19/4/2022
21:45
Keep on winning awards but the turnover and profit and share price stay static
tnt99
30/3/2022
12:08
Just had a top up,I feel 6.25--6.35p,,maybe pos. if this chart keeps true,,gl all.
abergele
22/3/2022
08:21
2vdm, yes the nervousness is to blame across all the shares one way or another.. like you I have been topping up here and there,good luck to you/us all.
abergele
22/3/2022
08:01
Trouble is that the whole mkt is nervous at the moment, so safety is the priority. Once the war is over and things settle down I think more notice will be taken and I've been buying for the long term.
2vdm
21/3/2022
19:49
Can't believe the non-interest in this share,, it's gone up 50% in 2 weeks.. looking like better times ahead. where's the interest,, what's not to like?
abergele
17/3/2022
20:27
Could grow quickly if the planes get back in the air I bought for the ceramics blanks
tnt99
01/3/2022
11:28
I think that this is somewhat different. I wouldn't expect BASF to be on board if the original feasibility study, from which this program follows on, had not been sufficiently successful to warrant this further funding. To me the clue is in the title : "HiBarFilm2 Project" The original HiBarFilm project ran from June-November 2020 and was funded by Innovate UK to the tune of GBP39,331 and it must be felt within that office, after 15 months digesting the results, that further investigation is justified.
knownowt
01/3/2022
08:58
yeh right. anyone remember Stanelco ? That went well
borisdog3
18/2/2022
12:55
Am I the stupid one though? Because I'm now up 11%, while you're still down and blubbing.
simonsmithiv
17/2/2022
08:28
An interesting trend is appearing with today's announcement, following that of 3 weeks ago - lower cost heating. Whilst High Tech Systems plc may not be on the tip of everyone's tongue, Cadent should be - it used to be called British Gas. For a small company, Haydale has some very large customers; Airbus Industries, BAe, Yorkshire Water amongst others, and now Cadent. Admittedly the last two contracts are not large financially but they are real and the potential is much larger. Add to that the impending huge increase in production capacity when the HT1400 plasma reactor comes on line at Ammanford in the not-too-distant future and there is a cogent case for investment.
knownowt
16/2/2022
07:33
SSIV, the filter button is a wonderful facility
knownowt
15/2/2022
17:46
You are stupid on 2 fronts...as I said before you make assumptions about me with zero knowledge Secondly you are happy that with an 11% rally price is still below the last fundraise....hence my disappointment with the management
1looking
15/2/2022
10:52
Oh dear. Should have bought some shouldn't you, instead of spitting your dummy.
simonsmithiv
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