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TUBALLMATRIXMATRIX202MATRIX 202

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Anti-static and conductive agent for PU, PVC plastisol and phenolic systems.

Gain extra value comparing with traditional additives:

  • Obtain conductivity with maintained mechanical performance comparing to high dosages of carbon black.
  • Get permanent and stable anti-static and conductive properties comparing to liquid anti-static agents.

This concentrate of TUBALL™ graphene nanotubes is designed to provide stable and permanent electrical conductivity to polyurethane, phenolic and polyvinyl chloride systems while retaining mechanical strength.

Material system
Solvent-free polyurethane and phenolic resins
Working dosage
0.1–1 wt.%
Сoncentrate carrier
Plasticizer – fatty carboxylic acid ester derivative
Shape
Paste

Benefits

Electrical Conductivity

Ensures permanent, uniform conductivity without insulative zones or “hot spots”

Mechanical Performance

Maintains or even increases mechanical strength

Retained Color

Allows retention of bright and light colors of materials

Easy to handle

The concentrate form greatly simplifies the usage of nanotubes with no changes to standard formulation or mixing equipment

Retained rheological performance

Minimizes the impact on viscosity and density of the host material



Cases

Diagnostic Pig Discs
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Diagnostic Pig Discs
Industrial Castors
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Industrial Castors
Industrial Conveyor Belts
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Industrial Conveyor Belts

Video

TUBALL MATRIX — Processing Guidelines


Documents
Also available in:
english
POLYURETHANES PROCESSING GUIDELINES TUBALL MATRIX 202 209 ENG V01.PDF
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1.50 MB
SDS TUBALL MATRIX 202 EU ENG V9-0.PDF
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204.80 kB
TDS TUBALL MATRIX 202 ENG V02.PDF
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512.00 kB
SDS TUBALL MATRIX 202 EU ENG V9-1.PDF
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204.80 kB

News

October 5, 2018
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April 13, 2018
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
November 22, 2017
#NanoSummit2017, Elmar Greiff from BÜFA #Composite Systems: “Another application is for composite tanks, with a lower addition of conductive additives with TUBALL that has better chemical resistance, lower viscosity, no reactivity drift, and low contamination compared to the black powder of carbon black.”