Silicone Rubber
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TUBALL™ MATRIX  602, a graphene nanotube-formulated super-concentrate based on crosslinking carrier for liquid silicone rubbers (LSR), room temperature vulcanised rubber (RTV) and high consistency rubbers (HCR), was specifically developed to improve nanotube usability by providing a fine dispersion of nanotubes in the host matrix while maintaining softness.

Material system
LSR, RTV, HCR
Working dosage
0.3–5%
Сoncentrate carrier
Vinyl-terminated polydimethylsiloxane
Shape
Paste

Benefits

Easy to Use

Allows use of standard processing and mixing equipment

Electrical Conductivity

Ensures independent of humidity permanent, uniform and conductivity without “hotspots”

Maintains Mechanical Properties

Minimises the impact on compound elasticity and tensile parameters, viscosity and rheological properties

Retains Colour
  • Allows retention of colour
  • No carbon release at the surface
Documentation
Available in 14 languages:
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Product News

15 June
Keypads, rollers, watchbands and all sorts of electronic components require specific anti-static properties. Check out this video from our Japanese partner: 0.06% of TUBALL graphene nanotubes plus 20 cycles of mixing using a two-roll rubber mill. And here we are: anti-static HCR silicone with a surface resistivity of 10^6 Ω/sq is ready for use! #Electronics #Nanotubes #Japan
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13 April
Dr. Joong Tark Han, Professor, Principal Researcher at Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute, at the Conference on #Nanotubes in South Korea: Nanocarbon Materials for Soft #Electronics #OCSiAl #Nanotechnology #SWCNT #NanoaugmentedMaterials