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Reinste Introduces High-purity Research- and Industry-grade Functionalized Multi-walled CNTs

Published on 2011-07-11. Author : SpecialChem

DELHI, India -- Reinste has launched research- and industrial grade single-wall (SWCNTs) and multi-wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) with more than 99% claimed purity. Reinste offers functionalized multi-walled CNTs which are useful for varied applications in various industries.

"From $1243 million in 2009, the global market of CNTs grows about 28% to make the market worth around $1604 million in 2010. Indian market although is at a very nascent stage in terms of the usage of CNT in commercial applications, but now with the availability of finest grade CNTs the applications is poised to get a major boost," said Puneet Mehrotra, Director, Reinste Nano Ventures.

Indian industries is going to benefit from CNT applications in the following fields: air and water filtration, biomedical, catalyst supports, ceramics, conductive adhesives, conductive plastics, energy storage, fibers and fabrics, field emission applications, investment casting, metal molding, molecular electronics, structural composites, thermal conductivity and thermal materials.

Properties of CNTs supplied by Reinste: Electrical conductivity, tensile strength, flexible (can be bent considerably without damage), elastic (nearly 18% elongation to failure), high thermal conductivity, low thermal expansion coefficient, good field emission of electrons, and high aspect ratio.

About Reinste Nano Ventures

Reinste Nano Ventures is a new age nanomaterials company. Reinste provides products and nanotechnology based solutions to companies. Reinste provides full range of research grade nano materials, semi finished nano products and also ready to use nano products and technologies which are useful and effective for industrial and research issues.

Source: Reinste Nano Ventures


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