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Graphene makes a stop in Düsseldorf

Graphene Makes a Stop in Dusseldorf - Carbon Waters

Global leaders in the plastics and rubber industry will gather at the K Show in Dusseldorf, Germany, next October 19-26. Carbon Waters will be at the event October 19-21, when it will unveil the various fields of application for its graphene.

With over 3000 exhibitors expected in 2022, the K Show is the place to be for innovators in the plastics and rubber industry. Carbon Waters will be at the event in a shared booth in Hall 5 devoted to materials. It will take advantage of this international show to meet the major players in the sector and show them the many industrial applications of its graphene. Charlotte Gallois, business development manager, tells us, “It’s been proven that adding graphene improves the mechanical behavior of polymers in extreme temperatures, while it optimizes their thermal and electrical conductivity.” Gallois adds, “Graphene also offers beneficial barrier properties for storing gas and hydrogen. Lastly, we are currently working on anti-UV properties, with promising projects under development.”

Supporting Innovation

Carbon Waters is supporting innovation by helping plastics industrialists to develop innovative, lasting products, from proof of concept to industrialization. The advantage of Carbon Waters graphene additives is that they make no significant changes to the viscosity and chemistry of materials. Rather, they adapt to manufacturing processes while providing new properties like the ones mentioned above.

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📍 K Show (Dusseldorf)

Hall 5 D04-15

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