TUBALL™ nanotubes provide the required electrical conductivity and improved durability without drawbacks in mechanical properties.
TUBALL™ graphene nanotubes are applied via the easy-to-use additive TUBALL™ MATRIX, which is a line of concentrates based on polymer and plasticizer carriers and pre-dispersed TUBALL™ graphene nanotubes.
In contrast to other conductive agents, TUBALL™ graphene nanotubes are a versatile conductive agent offering good performance on all key parameters.
Test results: Mechanical properties
The wide range of color options makes it possible to provide various parts to the market where anti-static properties are required.
Testing protocol: Mixing and curing
Cured NBR based rubber sheet containing 3 wt.% of TUBALL™ MATRIX 619 beta
When using carbon black, because of the high concentration required (10% or more) and the spherical shape of the particles, a phenomenon known in the industry as “carbon release” takes place, when the conductive additive is present on the surface of the sample.
In contrast, graphene nanotubes, owing to their greater length-to-diameter ratio, are not released to the surface.
The optimal mixing option is a combination of an internal mixer and several passes in a 2-roll mill.
Conductive elastomers: Prevent negative trade-offs in mechanical properties and color due to SWCNT
Extruded rubber parts: conductivity and durability
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