from plastic waste
New way of making carbon nanotubes
We produce environmentally friendly carbon nanotubes from plastic waste, avoiding fossil resource consumption, reducing waste pollution and protecting life on land and below water.
Tiny cylindrical tubes that consist of rolled-up sheets of graphene. 2,000 times smaller than a human hair. They look like a black color powder and are very lightweight. Carbon nanotubes have unique combination of mechanical strength, conductivity and thermal stability.
HOW DO WE
Convert plastics into carbon nanotubes
An innovative technology that transforms plastic waste into gas and then converts gas into carbon nanotubes. Different types of plastics can be used for this process. For instance, industrial plastics, consumer packaging and marine litter. Apart from carbon nanotubes, the process yields hydrogen-rich gas. Hydrogen is projected to become a main fuel of future economy, replacing hydrocarbons derived from natural gas and petroleum.
Applications of carbon nanotubes
Carbon nanotubes act as a high-performance additive in manufacturing. They are used to make durable batteries, light weight polymer composites, smart textile, concrete, conductive coatings, paints, inks and 3D resins.
carbon nanotubes from plastic waste
Low metal content to suit demanding applications such as energy storage and electronics
Excellent additive to improve electric, thermal and mechanical properties
Made from waste
Produced sustainably to make our planet a better place for living
Customizable properties for easy integration with your production process