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Created for PVC resin and solvent-free polyurethane and phenolic systems, the TUBALL™ MATRIX 202 concentrate of graphene nanotubes enables superior electrical conductivity while retaining mechanical strength.

Material system
PVC resin and 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

Allows uniform and permanent electrical conductivity without “hot spots”

Permanent characteristics

Anti-static properties independent of humidity

Mechanical properties

Maintains or even increases mechanical properties

Flexibility in Colour

Adding colour to PVC, polyurethane and phenolic resins is possible due to low working dosages of the concentrate and minimal greying effect

Viscosity Retained

Minimally affects density, viscosity and other rheological properties of matrix material

Easy to Use

The pre-dispersed formula allows use of standard manufacturing equipment

Cases

Diagnostic pig discs
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Diagnostic pig discs
Industrial castors
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Industrial castors
Mining rollers
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Mining rollers
PU Roller
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PU Roller

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Documentation
Available in 16 languages:
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TDS TUBALL MATRIX 202 ENG
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