Electrical Conductivity

One of the main properties of carbon is high electrical conductivity. Polymer systems refined with carbon material become conductive if carbon particles in the system touch each other and thus, build a complete chain through the material from one side to the other.

The amount of carbon raw material required to build this chain is directly related to their form. Spherical particles for example require much more material in comparison to long and very thin particles, e.g. carbon nanotubes (CNT).

The combination of different particle shapes and sizes allow an enormous variety of new products with different electrical and processing parameters.

Since our foundation we have mastered the refinement and combination of any type of carbon materials. By using various processes developed and patented in house a most homogeneous and stable dispersion of the combined material into polymer systems can be realized. 

As a result the amazing electrical characteristics of carbon are unleashed via FutureCarbon’s new type of carbon super composites.


Watery CNT Dispersion

CarboDis features a concentration of 1% to 4% carbon nanotubes in a watery dispersion.

Simple. Safe. Stable. No agglomerates. No agglomerates.