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The exceptional conductive properties of TUBALL™ graphene nanotubes allow them to offer the required conductivity, adhesion, safety, rate and cycle performance in cathodes starting from just 0.06% loading, which is best-in-class. The typical effective concentration of industrially used MWCNTs or conductive carbon black is often 10–50 times higher! The ultra-low loading level of TUBALL™ nanotubes allows LIB manufacturers to maximize the energy density of the cathodes by using a higher amount of active material – up to 99% in modern high-energy NCM and other cathode materials. Using 100 g of TUBALL™ nanotubes in an entire modern electric vehicle battery pack replaces 3-4 kg of carbon black.

Material system
Hi-energy cathodes (ex. NCM 811, NCM 622, NCM 523, NCA, LCO, LFP)
Сoncentrate carrier
NMP, PVDF
Shape
Suspension

Benefits

Higher Solids Content

Achieve more than 80% solids

Low Fe content

Meets the most demanding requirements for battery applications.

Maximizes energy density

E-nables the possibility to maximize the content of active materials.

Ready and easy to use

Simply mixing

Various concentrations up to 0.4% of TUBALL™

2% of PVDF without foreign additives inside. Choice of PVDF is possible.

Documentation
MSDS TUBALL BATT NMP EN-UK
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MSDS TUBALL BATT NMP EN-UK
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Product News

21 November
Scott Donne, Professor of Chemistry at The University of Newcastle, Australia, at #naum2018: Can graphene nanotubes meet the challenge of manganese dioxide batteries – low conductivity in the cathode? #Nanotubes #NanoaugmentedMaterials #Nanotechnology #Nanomaterials #EnergyStorage #Electrochemistry #Cathode #Battery
16 November
Nobuhiro Shinka, Department Manager of DAIKIN Industries at #naum2018: One of the key players on the fluorochemical market introduces new solutions – TUBALL and PVdf modifier VT-475. Together, they will increase energy density in the cathode for Li-ion batteries. #GrapheneNanotubes #Nanotubes #TUBALL #DAIKIN #NanoaugmentedMaterials #Nanotechnology #Nanomaterials #Batteries #Cathode #Anode #LiIonBatteries