Graphene nanotubes for PVC-plastisol: electrical conductivity with preserved mechanical properties and light colors
For PVC-plastisol systems, TUBALL MATRIX 814 beta should be used.
Mixture of epoxidized soybean oil and polymeric stabilizing agent
TUBALL™ graphene nanotubes are a versatile conductive agent offering strong performance on all key parameters
Full range of resistivity while preserving colors
TUBALL MATRIX 814 beta provides a full range of electrical resistivity of 109–104 Ω/sq, while allowing for a wide range of colors to meet customer requirements.
OCSiAl internal PVC plastisol formulation. Sample thickness: 2 mm. ASTM D257
Stable, permanent electrical resistivity
TUBALL MATRIX 814 beta provides a permanent and stable level of electrical resistivity independent of storage conditions or humidity.
OCSiAl internal PVC plastisol formulation. Surface resistivity Ω/sq, ASTM D257
Preserved mechanical properties
TUBALL MATRIX 814 beta maintains and even improves the mechanical properties of conductive PVC-plastisol compounds
Maintained abrasion resistance index
OCSiAl internal PVC plastisol formulation. ASTM D5963-04
Other benefits provided by TUBALL MATRIX 814 beta for PVC-plastisol:
- Can be applied with various fabrication technologies: dipping, molding, coating and others
- Production without carbon dust
- Low dosage gives greater flexibility in the final formulation
- Ease of application and low dosage makes logistics less complex and more efficient
Pay close attention to the processing guidelines for TUBALL MATRIX 814 beta
Electrical conductivity for PVC plastisol
Anti-static PVC-plastisol systems with TUBALL nanotubes are widely adopted for:
- Ventilation ducting
- Mesh for mining applications
- Conveyor belts, including treadmill belts
TUBALL graphene nanotubes, also known as single wall carbon nanotubes, can be used in the production of PVC-plastisol systems in compliance with the following standards and recommendations: ANSI/ESD STM2.1, Directive 1994/9/EC and ATEX Directive 95, EN 1149, EN 61340, EN 16350, GOST (ГОСТ) 19616, GOST (ГОСТ) 12.4.124 etc.
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