OCSiAl Presents Industrial Material Breakthroughs In Malaysia

The 2015 Malaysia Graphene and Carbon Nanotube Workshop is organized to provide a platform for researchers and industry partners to discuss the Malaysian National Nanotechnology Roadmap and National Graphene Action Plan 2020. The Workshop is the premier forum for Malaysian researchers to share their latest research results and identify potential collaborations for R&D and product commercialization using materials modified with graphene and carbon nanotubes.


Gurevich was invited as a guest speaker and gave attendees insight into the how single wall carbon nanotubes can improve 70% of the world’s $3 trillion materials market. The successful event had over 80 attendees that learned about current and upcoming options for modifying materials with new or enhanced properties.


Gurevich stressed that affordable, high quality carbon nanotubes have finally become commercially viable as a result of OCSiAl’s unique production technology and range of TUBALL™-based ready-to-use masterbatches for various applications, such as li-ion batteries, transparent conductive films, synthetic and natural rubbers, and many others. Broad availability of TUBALL™ single wall carbon nanotubes is enabling widespread applications for the first time and opening the doors to large numbers of industrial users exploring their use in upcoming products.