Graphene nanotubes for conductive tooling gelcoats: efficient and safe demolding
Plasticizer + stabilizing agent
Triethylene glycol dimethacrylate + ammonium salt of polyolefins based derivatives
Increased efficiency and safety of fiberglass molds with conductive tooling gelcoats
Fiberglass molds with conductive tooling gelcoats, in contrast to molds with traditional non-conductive tooling gelcoats, improve efficiency of composite production:
- Improved product surface quality: less dust accumulation with less wastage and retained gloss
- Production cycles are shorter: faster de-molding process with less force required
- Improved work safety: decreased risk of “static shocks” during demolding, decreased risk of explosion and fire
Conductive tooling gelcoats with TUBALL™ MATRIX
TUBALL™ MATRIX 204 add conductive properties to tooling gelcoats, increasing the efficiency and safety of fiberglass molds.
Other benefits provided by TUBALL™ nanotubes for conductive tooling gelcoats:
- Limited impact on viscosity
- Wide range of colors
- Low dosage gives greater flexibility in the final formulation
TUBALL™ graphene nanotubes are applied via easy-to-use TUBALL™ MATRIX, a line of ESD additives based on polymer carriers and pre-dispersed TUBALL™ graphene nanotubes.
For conductive polyester and vinyl-ester resins, TUBALL™ MATRIX 204 should be used
Please pay attention to processing guidelines for 200-x and 300-x series of TUBALL™ MATRIX
Or watch the processing guidelines video:
TUBALL™ MATRIX - Processing guidelines
Conductive gelcoats for safe and efficient fiberglass molds
TUBALL™ graphene nanotubes, also known as single wall carbon nanotubes, add conductive properties to tooling gelcoats, increasing efficiency and safety of fiberglass molds.
Contact us to discuss your project specifications or to request a TUBALL™ MATRIX sample