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13 November, 2020
It's Friday and time for a scientific fact – here you go! Not that we actually counted that many nanotubes one-by-one 😆 More info on TUBALL nanotubes: #Nanotubes #ScientificFacts
11 November, 2020
As little as 0.01% of graphene nanotubes in powder, lining or floor epoxy coatings provides a set of properties that are unattainable with other conductive additives. Check out the details here: #Nanotubes #EpoxyCoating #ConductiveCoatings #TUBALL
10 November, 2020
Liquid silicone rubbers with conductive properties are in high demand in the automotive, oil and gas, and aerospace industries. TUBALL nanotubes provide silicones with the required resistivity level without losing durability. Check out our practical tips on how to use nanotubes in silicone rubbers. Read more on how nanotubes work in LSR-type silicone: See more videos on how to make materials conductive on the TUBALL Products & Solutions channel: #SiliconeRubber #Nanotubes #TUBALL
4 November, 2020
With graphene nanotubes, it's now possible to produce more durable, colored, non-marking tires that are fully compliant with the latest ESD regulations. Check out the story on this new technology and feel free to contact us and request a sample! #NonMarkingTire #Nanotubes #AntistaticAgent #ConductiveRubbers
3 November, 2020
#DidYouKnow? A graphene nanotube has a record length-to-diameter ratio of around 3000:1. 🤓 That fact grants them unique properties that may surprise you. #Nanotubes #ScienceFacts
30 October, 2020
Tissue engineering, wound healing and electronic skins are now possible thanks to new conductive and self-healable hydrogels empowered with TUBALL nanotubes :) Congratulations to the scientists of Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)!!divAbstract #Nanotubes #TUBALL #Hydrogel #TissueEngineering
22 October, 2020
Why are graphene nanotubes the conductive additive of choice for anti-static products made by filament winding methods? TUBALL nanotubes outperform other carbon-based fillers in their effect on electrical resistance and mechanical performance of #composites. More details from Vladimir Kravchenko. See more videos on how to make materials conductive on TUBALL Products & Solutions channel: #FilamentWinding #Thermoplastics #Nanotubes
20 October, 2020
Devices that can be recharged out of thin air are close to becoming a reality thanks to carbon nanotubes. University of Cambridge scientists have developed a method to create printed electronics that could even be powered by ambient radio signals! #Nanotubes #PrintedElectronics
14 October, 2020
Avoiding rubber marks – is it a common issue for your clients? Graphene nanotubes enable you to produce conductive, but non-marking, colored rubber. Explore more. #Nanotubes #ConductiveRubber #NonmarkingRubber