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Versatile conductive additive based on polyol ester carrier to produce masterbatches for polypropylene (PP), thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU), filled phenyl polysulfide (PPS), acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene (ABS), polycarbonate (PC), PC-ABS, polyamide (PA), glass-fiber reinforced polyamide resin (GF PA).

Resulting masterbatches can be used for compounding in filled polymers or in combination with other conductive fillers to reduce their content and gain better mechanics/fluidity.

Material system
Polypropylene (PP), thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU), filled phenyl polysulfide (PPS), acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene (ABS), polycarbonate (PC), PC-ABS, polyamide (PA), glass-fiber reinforced polyamide resin (GF PA)
Working dosage
0.2–2 wt.%
Сoncentrate carrier
Polyol ester
Shape
Pellets

Benefits

Electrical conductivity

Permanent and homogeneous electrical conductivity at low dosages

Mechanical properties

Maintained original key mechanical performance

Permanent characteristics

Resistivity is independent of humidity

Less rejection

Less rejected final parts



Cases

E-painting
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E-painting

Documents
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english
SDS TUBALL MATRIX 822 CN ENG V1-0.PDF
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SDS TUBALL MATRIX 822 EU ENG V2-3.PDF
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TDS TUBALL MATRIX 822 ENG V04.PDF
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SDS TUBALL MATRIX 822 TR ENG V1-0.PDF
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