AN ALL-ENCOMPASSING SOLUTION – REPLACE CONVENTIONAL ADDITIVES WITH GRAPHENEBLACK™
As a multifunctional additive, GrapheneBlack™ is an optimal replacement for conventional additives, particularly carbon black, that can improve product cost and enhance product performance even at low-loading concentrations.
Markets We Serve
Whether you are injection molding, blow molding, extruding, or even sheet forming, UV resistance is a problem. GrapheneBlack™ is a green, processable, low cost, and colourable alternative.
PLASTIC PIPES AND AGRICULTURAL FILM
Increasing the content of recycled plastics is all that matters. GrapheneBlack™ is the only market-ready additive that enables increased usage of recycled plastics within the final product while providing uncompromised improvements in all major performance metrics including flexural modulus, ultimate strength, oxidation resistance, and long-term durability to meet the Notched, Constant Ligament-Stress (NCLS) test and compressive strength criteria.
GrapheneBlack™, similar to carbon fiber, is a light-weighting material. The benefits linked between light-weighting motorized vehicles and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions has become a major priority with stakeholders in the transportation industry. At very low loading concentrations, GrapheneBlack™ can improve the durability, longevity, barrier properties, resistance to oxidation, and UV resistance of resins used in various transportation applications. Whether you are injection molding, blow molding, extruding, or even sheet forming, UV resistance is a problem. GrapheneBlack™ is a green, processable, low cost, and colourable alternative.
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WIRES AND CABLE
We offer GrapheneBlack™ as an additive for a range of PE/EVA materials with tailored properties for the semi-conductive shield layer of medium to high voltage cables.
GrapheneBlack™ enables the creation of strong and lightweight enclosures with improved thermal management and electromagnetic shielding for high-speed servers, 5G wireless networks, and the emerging world of the Internet of Things (IoT).