Anti-static agent for electrically conductive thermoplastics with retained mechanical performance
TUBALL™ graphene nanotubes (also known as single wall carbon nanotubes) demonstrate promising results as a conductive additive for plastics.
Nanotubes create a dense conductive network inside thermoplastic compounds that guarantees stable anti-static properties with no adverse effects on the mechanical and rheological properties of plastics.
Currently, OCSiAl markets nanotube-based concentrate for PVC-plastisol. Other anti-static additives with nanotubes for polyethylene, polypropylene, polystyrene, ABS, polyamide and polycarbonate are undergoing validation and are referred to as beta products.
TUBALL™ graphene nanotube solutions for plastics
|Product||Carrier Media||Target system|
|TUBALL™ MATRIX 802 beta||Ethylene copolymer|
|TUBALL™ MATRIX 808 beta||Polyol ester|
|TUBALL™ MATRIX 809 beta||Polyethylene wax|
|TUBALL™ MATRIX 811 beta*||Ammonium salt of polyolefins based derivatives|
|TUBALL™ MATRIX 814**||Mixture of epoxidized soybean oil and polymeric stabilizing agent|
|TUBALL™ MATRIX 815 beta||Polyethylene wax|
**PVC plastisol specific
Anti-static properties in rotomolding
Electrical conductivity for PVC plastisol
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