OCSiAl storms into K2016 with TUBALL™ MATRIX

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OCSiAl is delighted to invite you to the world’s premier fair for the plastics and rubber industry - K2016, that will be held on October 19-26th at the Messe Düsseldorf Exhibition Centre, in Düsseldorf, Germany.

K2016 is the stage where OCSiAl presents its innovative super concentrate - TUBALL™ MATRIX – the first-ever nanotube introduction technology able to transcend the limits of nanotube concentration in dispersions.

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OSCiAl is taking the most innovative scientific research in the area of single wall carbon nanotubes and developing technology to cost-effectively integrate nanotubes into industrial materials. Ultra-low loadings of TUBALL MATRIX are sufficient to create uniform 3D networks in a matrix. Strong conductive networks not only guarantee uniform conductivity, but also increases important mechanical properties of materials such as strength, fracture- and abrasion resistance.

TUBALL™ MATRIX demonstrates the following advantages:

· Provides uniform and permanent resistivity range of 108-102 Ω•cm

· Loading rates in compounds starting at 0.1%

· Maintains and increases mechanical properties

· Enables coloration

· Easy to handle and dilute

TUBALL™ MATRIX is available on several systems suitable for various applications:

· High-quality electrostatic discharge control PVC

· Electrical conductivity in silicones

· Electrical conductivity in composites systems

· Electrical conductivity in plastics

· Improved tire performance

· Electrical conductivity in epoxy, polyester and vinylester systems

· Electrical conductivity in polyethylene and polypropylene

· Ultra-light, conductive and durable analogues of widely used materials

OCSiAl will be featured at K 2016 displaying its cutting-edge products at Hall 7-2 Booth #C06.

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Please contact us by email at europe@ocsial.com or via phone +352 27990373 to confirm your attendance and to arrange a convenient time to meet with us at K 2016. Visit us at http://k2016.ocsial.com/#conductivity