Carbon nanotube products
Jar
Packaging
Jar 0.4 L (up to 100 g)
Other packaging volumes are available at customers’ request
In Epoxy

TUBALLMATRIXMATRIX201MATRIX 201


Conductive additive based on a plasticizer for solvent-based epoxy coatings without drawbacks in color and mechanical properties.

To buy nanotube products, please contact us. Price depends on the required volumes.

Material system
Solvent-free epoxy resin
Working dosage
0.1–1 wt.%
Сoncentrate carrier
Plasticizer – fatty acid glycidyl ester
Shape
Paste

Benefits

Full resistivity range

Ensures permanent, uniform conductivity and anti-static properties without “hot spots”

Mechanical performance

Maintains or even increases mechanical performance

Retained color

Allows retention of bright and light colors of materials

Easy to use

The concentrate form greatly simplifies the handling of nanotubes without additional changes to standard manufacturing processes

Viscosity retained

Minimizes the impact on viscosity and density of the host material



Cases

Epoxy Floor

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FRP Cable Tray

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GFRP Pipes

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Video

TUBALL MATRIX — Processing Guidelines


Documents

Also available in:
English
TDS TUBALL MATRIX 201 ENG V09.PDF
PDF204.8 kB
TUBALL MATRIX 200X 300X PROCESSING GUIDELINES ENG V03.PDF
PDF614.4 kB
TUBALL MATRIX 200X 300X PROCESSING KEY POINTS ENG V03.PDF
PDF8 MB

News

December 14
[#DidYouKnow❓] Up to 70% lighter than steel and with excellent strength-to-weight ratios, fiber-reinforced plastics have a lifespan of at least 20–25 years due to corrosion resistance and UV stability. 💡 This material is gaining popularity in construction, particularly for applications like gratings. However, in ATEX areas, anti-static properties are required. ⚠️ Conductive gratings with graphene nanotubes prevent unwanted static electricity buildup while maintaining standard FRP advantages. Compatible with various manufacturing technologies, these nanotubes enhance worker safety. Learn more on nanotubes for fiberglass reinforced composites: https://tuball.com/nanotubes-for/conductive-composites?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=Didyouknow&utm_campaign=Dec+14 #FRP #gratings #plastics #composites
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January 20
#Composites improved with TUBALL graphene nanotubes demonstrate stable conductivity, increased overall performance, and preserved mechanical properties. Yesterday at the ICERP conference, Gaurav Namdhar, Technical Director, OCSiAl India, presented sustainable, easy-to-use nanotube-based solutions compatible with key composite manufacturing technologies. Learn more on conductive composites: https://tuball.com/nanotubes-for/glass-fiber-filled-polyamide?utm_source=Facebook&utm_campaign=ICEPR+late+post
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January 3
Fiberglass #gratings enhanced with graphene #nanotubes are used for applications where electrical conductivity is required due to a risk of ignition. These gratings ensure additional safety for workers by combining anti-static properties with corrosion resistance and decreased weight. #thermosets #composites #FRP #gratings Learn more on graphene nanotubes for thermoset composites: https://tuball.com/nanotubes-for/conductive-composites?utm_source=LinkedIn&utm_campaign=Case+post_FRP+gratings
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