Carbon and Graphite as Conductive Fillers

Adding conductive fillers into non-conductive polymers is an effective and economical way to produce an electrically or thermally conductive polymer component. Asbury Carbons has selected a few grades of high-performance natural and synthetic graphite, as well as carbon fibers and conductive carbon black, as starting materials. These grades were chosen for their electrical properties, molding characteristics, resin compatibility, and availability.

Conductive Plastic and Polymer Product Guide

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