In the automotive industry, carbon nanotubes are used as electrically conductive additives for automotive fuel system line components requiring electrical conductivity. Carbon nanotubes also impart conductivity to plastic exterior parts, such as fenders, mirror housings, and door handles, which are subjected to the electrostatic painting process.
Nanocyl Carbon Nanotubes have been incorporated, too, in thermoplastics as substitutes for old metallic-made automotive parts, thus decreasing the weight of the parts by more than 50% in some cases.
Thus, this combination of Nanocyl Carbon Nanotubes’ unique properties and various product forms with the newer and compatible modern processing technologies, now offers unseen possibilities for creating new engineered materials for automotive applications.
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