Grafen Develops Universal Thermoplastic Masterbatch of Graphene
(Nanowerk News) Grafen is introducing GMB-UTM, a thermoplastic graphene masterbatch combining universal dispersibility in polyolefins, ease of handling and industrial applications.
Driven by recent market environment and growing demand in thermoplastic nanocomposite manufacturing, as the leading supplier and preferred business partner of graphene masterbatches, Grafen Co. has started to develop universal masterbatch formulations. The new universal masterbatch opens up large fields of application, particularly for industrial products made of polyolefins.
GMB-UTM has been designed for excellent miscibility in all common polyolefins such as polypropylene and polyethylene to be processable in film extrusion and injection molding. Thanks to innovative chemistry of the carrier resin in GMB-UTM, graphene sheets efficiently exfoliate during thermoplastic compounding and mixing processes which ensures well bonded and dispersed graphene in polymer matrix.
“GMB-UTM is expected to be the ultimate engineering solution for industrial research purposes seeking low cost and high volume supply capacity” says Ibrahim Mutlay, CSO of Grafen Co.
Detailed information about GMBTM-U can be accessed at: http://www.grafen.com.tr/product.php?id=318
About Grafen Chemical Industries Co.
Grafen Co. was founded by Ibrahim Mutlay 10+ years ago to develop carbon nanotube based fibers. After extensive R&D in this field to build pilot-scale carbon nanotube development lines, Grafen Co. expanded its research directions into the immature graphene technology at 2007. Today, Grafen Co. with its skilled Executive and International Advisory Boards is a major technology developer in the field of advanced material sciences involving not only carbon nanostructures but also natural and man-made nanomaterials, functional polymers and fine chemicals. Grafen Co. is headquartered in Ankara, Turkey.
Source: Grafen (press release)
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