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Graphene nanotubes in high-performance rubbers: for electrical conductivity and improved resistance in harsh environments
Flexible, ultra-strong graphene nanotubes resemble long, flexible human hairs in their shape, but are 50,000 times thinner. Due to this unique morphology and other properties, graphene nanotubes form a conductive reinforcing network inside the material, imparting a new set of properties to rubbers.

In contrast to other conductive agents, graphene nanotubes offer a combination of properties that can take special rubbers to the next level, such as: superior electrical conductivity, improved mechanical properties even after heat or fuel aging, retained color without carbon release to the surface, and good processability.

Join the webinar from OCSiAl, the leader in graphene nanotube production and development of industrial applications, and learn about the new opportunities nanomaterials enable in silicone, FKM, HNBR, and other special rubbers.

Sep 16, 2021 03:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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