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HAYD Haydale Graphene Industries Plc

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05 Dec 2023 - Closed
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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 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.435 2,450,866 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.43 0.44 0.435 0.435 0.435
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Indl Inorganic Chemicals,nec 4.3M -6.17M -0.0034 -1.26 7.73M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:29:59 O 100,000 0.43 GBX

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Posted at 05/12/2023 08:20 by Haydale Graphene Industr... Daily Update
Haydale Graphene Industries Plc is listed in the Indl Inorganic Chemicals,nec sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HAYD. The last closing price for Haydale Graphene Industr... was 0.44p.
Haydale Graphene Industr... currently has 1,798,462,051 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Haydale Graphene Industr... is £7,733,387.
Haydale Graphene Industr... has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -1.26.
This morning HAYD shares opened at 0.44p
Posted at 26/10/2023 06:41 by pugugly
"With the fundamental building blocks in place and continuing progress in our key markets, the Board remains confident that the Company will be able to take advantage of the traction it is now seeing."

Could the past disastrous history be behind us - or new management spin wearing rose tinted glasses.?
Posted at 07/10/2023 16:24 by andycapped
Unless they multiply sales several fold, they're not going to break even in the next year. They'll need to raise cash again, if they can.

Look at what happened with AGM, other companies like VRS also giving absolutely shocking performance.

This company were punting contracts with big companies a few years ago- Huntsman, Flowtite. Came to nought, and the share price has followed it.

The silicone Carbide business seems to do okay, but the graphene business is tiny.
Posted at 15/9/2023 18:10 by ricardox
Not just a raise but a "capital reorganisation"."Shareholders will be asked to approve a capital reorganisation under which each Existing Ordinary Share will be subdivided into one ordinary shares of 0.1 pence each and one deferred shares of 1.9 pence each."
Posted at 22/8/2023 17:09 by 1looking
Sadly as I have said before....Good news on collaborations are not strong enough...Real revenues are what is needed. This company has been posting about collaborations for years but are yet to convert into meaningful revenue streams..hence share price where it is
Posted at 22/8/2023 08:36 by knownowt
Another great announcement.

One month on, almost, since my last post and the share price continues to languish around the 1p mark giving a market cap of less than GBP10m.

Petronas is regarded as the strongest oil & gas brand in the world - for the third year running - and it has chosen to work with Haydale to improve its image with useful 'green' by-products from the oil and gas industry. It is my belief that this announcement makes the IP value of HD Plas worth a fair multiple of the current share price.
Posted at 14/2/2023 07:39 by dave4545
Maybe they should have held on

Haydale Awarded Innovate UK Grant to Develop Image-Based Characterisation of 2D Materials

Haydale, (AIM: HAYD), the global technology solutions company, is pleased to announce that it has been awarded funding of GBP258,547 by Innovate UK, the UK's innovation agency, to develop imaging techniques to characterise 2D materials, including graphene, to improve the compatibility and material selection processes. The project started at the end of January and is expected to run for 42 months.

Horizon Europe's new research project ACCORDs (Green deal inspired correlative imaging-based characterisation for safety profiling of 2D materials) will use imaging tools to create a visual reference of the structure and morphology of 2D materials aimed at making the selection of the right nanomaterials quicker and easier for companies using them in production. It will be the first time that an extensive programme of works will look to standardise the characterisation of 2D materials with the aim of adoption by standardisation bodies such as ISO.

Haydale is one of ten partners in the consortium and will provide the project with unfunctionalised and HDPlas Ò functionalised nanomaterial powder, masterbatch, laminate, ink and coated substrate samples.

Current methods for characterising 2D materials for use in application are time consuming. The programme will have access to graphene in every format from raw material to finished product to develop new techniques not used before to image a range of nanomaterials. The project looks to simplify the process of materials selection to give companies working with nanomaterials a simple visual reference tool, which will save time and money and enhance production output for all industries.

Led by the University of Ljubljana, the project started on 30(th) January with a two-day inaugural meeting for the consortium partners held at the university in Slovenia.

Haydale UK Site Director, John-Mark Seymour said: "Haydale will be instrumental in helping to develop imaging techniques never used before to characterise 2D materials for their use in a wide range of applications. We work with nanomaterials daily and have characterised over 250 types of graphene and so we are delighted to be sharing our expertise and working with the other consortium partners to deliver this important research project for our industry."
Posted at 10/2/2023 17:14 by bomber13
2p happens to be a very significant level for the Haydale share price .

Not only is it the level at which £5.5m gross was raised in September 2022 , but it is also the nominal value of Haydale's issued capital , and , more significantly , it is the exercise price on the 137.8m warrants issued in conjunction with last year's fundraising , which need to be exercised by 14th September , 2023 if Haydale is to receive an extra £2.8m of cash injection .

At the time of the fundraising in 2022 , it was widely believed that both the £5.5m raised at that time and the additional £2.8m from the warrants would be needed to see Haydale through to cash positivity in the June 2025 financial year , which would require an annual turnover figure of around £10m . However , this assumption made by Haydale's broker , Finncap , took no account of new contracts in the pipeline , of which of course the group is quietly confident of achieving . Indeed , with its recently installed new capacity at Ammanford , Haydale now has the ability to deliver at least £50m of turnover before further nano material functionalisation capacity is required .

So , whilst Haydale has plenty of wriggle room with regard to capacity , it is still seems vitally important for their financial wriggle room that both the interims on 1st March , and generally supportive news flow meanwhile , push the share price well North of 2p so that all 137.8m warrants get exercised .
Posted at 30/1/2023 20:08 by z1co
Mr Bear

There was never a chance of that happening.

Contracts and trials for new work are increasing all the time and the outlook for 2023 is very bullish:

07 September 2022

Haydale Has Food Packaging All Zipped Up

Haydale, (AIM: HAYD), the global advanced materials group, has started to supply South Korean plastics developer NeoEnpla Co., Ltd with functionalised graphene nano-platelets (GNPs) for use in food packaging.

Functionalised using Haydale's patented HDPlas(R) technology, the GNP-enhanced thermoplastic has been used to manufacture an initial sample range of food storage zipper bags and biodegradable plastic bags.

Keeping Food Fresher for Longer

The graphene zipper bags have shown an increase in tensile strength of 31% compared to non-graphene LLDPE (linear low-density polyethylene) zipper bags(1).

LLDPE and LDPE (low density polyethylene) are widely used in food packaging and are ideal for food storage due to their high resistance to moisture, tearing and chemicals. The increased mechanical strength of the graphene zipper bags allows light weighting of the plastic, reducing the film thickness from 90um to 60um per bag.

Food packaging primarily acts as a barrier to moisture and gases (including contaminants) that ordinarily lead to a reduction in the shelf-life of food.

The new graphene-enhanced food storage bags keep the food fresher for longer thanks to the anti-bacterial, UV and barrier properties of functionalised graphene, resulting in less food waste. The graphene-composites polymer bags demonstrated their own oxygen blocking effect keeping food such as bread, cake and rice containing carbohydrates fresher for longer compared to non-graphene bags.

Plastic packaging is necessary to maintain the shelf life of fresh food items, reducing food waste by spoilage before use. By ensuring barrier performance is delivered in products that can be recycled or composted, there is the potential for a more sustainable approach to the challenges often faced by producing recyclable materials.

Improving Sustainability of Plastics

With the increasing demand to reduce single use plastics and increase recycling rates, getting the performance characteristics demanded by the industry is a challenge. To address this, both recyclable LLDPE and LDPE were evaluated in addition to PBAT (Polybutylene Adipate Terephthalate), a biodegradable polymer that is already seeing increasing demand for its biodegradable properties.

The new biodegradable bags contain a blend of PLA (Polylactic Acid) and PBAT, and enhanced with GNPs, offer increased strength without affecting the compostability of the films.

Haydale believes to be at the forefront of graphene and other nanomaterials being used in food packaging through the HiBarFilm2 project, which aims to develop the next generation of high barrier films for food packaging using plasma functionalisation.

The project, which started earlier this year, aims to redesign multilayer films into 100% recyclable and compostable mono-material solutions for the food industry. The funded project focusses on using HDPlas(R) functionalised barrier additives including graphene, to maximise barrier performance and improve dispersion of the additives within the chosen matrix. Key project deliverables are intended to reduce the environmental impact of packaging plastics and offer more sustainable barrier solutions to combat food waste.
Posted at 28/1/2023 11:16 by z1co
The company at this present moment is fully funded and the news flow from the company is also very bullish , this from 20/01/2023:

Haydale Graphene-Enhanced Prepreg Extends Tool Life Over 100 per cent

Haydale, (AIM: HAYD), the global technology solutions company, is pleased to be launching its graphene-enhanced prepreg after extended field trials more than doubled the manufacture of composite parts.

Using Haydale's HDPlas technology, functionalised graphene is added to high performing tooling epoxy resin and then pre-impregnated onto a suitable carbon fibre reinforcement for use in tool manufacture.

The graphene-enhanced epoxy prepreg tooling material is designed to deliver cost-efficient composite tooling with extended tooling life, improved surface quality and enhanced thermal conductivity.

Working with a UK Automotive Tier 1 composite parts manufacturer, Prodrive Composites Ltd ("Prodrive"), the tooling prepreg has been on trial for two years, and they have been delighted with the performance they have seen.

"We have been producing duplicate parts with both our standard and the nano-enhanced version and can say with confidence that the Haydale material has delivered more than 500 parts without any deterioration of the mould surface. Using the standard version, we would expect approximately 250 pulls from a tool before it is replaced," says Matt Bradney, Director of Business Development, Prodrive.

Commenting on the graphene-enhanced prepreg, Keith Broadbent Haydale CEO said:

"With fibre-reinforced composites gaining in use across aerospace and automotive applications, the fact that our functionalised graphene can extend the tooling life significantly will mean substantial cost savings for the producer and end user."

Switching over to the graphene-enhanced prepreg requires no changes to standard processing for use in autoclave and out-of-autoclave (OOA) applications.
Posted at 08/7/2021 14:17 by maytrees
Meanwhile the HAYD share price is up when LSE is sharply down.
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