Nanocyl SA is the world leader in the commercialization and production of industrial multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNT) and conductive masterbatches.
The Belgium-based company was founded in 2002. Nanocyl industrial NC7000™ multiwalled carbon nanotube (400 metric ton, the largest European producer) provides solid performances at very low loadings to the Transport, Energy, Electronics, Industrial and Recreational Industries.
Alongside NC7000™ MWCNT powder, Nanocyl produces an easy to use series of products under the range Plasticyl™ Conductive Masterbatches. This covers from commodity polymers such as PP or HDPE to high performance polymers such as PEEK along with engineering plastics such as PC and PA. Plasticyl™ products are widely used by compounders, injection molders or end-users and do not require additional processes to be integrated.
A variety of liquid dispersions are also available such as:
Today Nanocyl employs 47 people and has a global presence ensuring a reliable supply of its product worldwide.
Nanocyl SA has non-exclusive distributor agreement with Safic-Alcan to strengthen its European deployment and has strong partnerships in Japan, South-Korea, China and USA.
Nanocyl has a unique and patented catalyst composition and production processes of multiwalled carbon nanotubes. Nanocyl provides technical services to support its customers in developing new sustainable products/applications using its carbon nanotubes. Company continues to develop formulated value-added products to ease integration in customer production processes and Nanocyl plays also an active role in various European nanotechnology research projects.
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