Plastics and polymers are inherently low in thermal and electrical conductivity.
Graphite is useful in applications such as Thermal and Electrical conductivity, Thermal conductivity with decreased electrical conductivity, Friction and Wear modification, Structural Reinforcement, and Processing Lubricants.
With the help of graphite technology, the most efficient insulation material on the market has now got even better. As part of a special process, graphite particles are worked into the foam structure of conventional white EPS (expanded polystyrene). This “grey” EPS offers outstanding graphite properties like infrared radiation and therefore heat reflection. This boosts insulation performance by up to 20%. This “grey” EPS offers outstanding graphite properties like infrared radiation and therefore heat reflection.
Modern buildings often lack traditional storage mass and therefore cooling becomes a necessity. Drywall panels are a particularly effective solution in this case. Graphite core provides outstanding thermal conductivity abilities. The panels combine both properties and therefore achieve a heating conductivity rating of 0.45 W/mK that far exceeds the performance of thermal panels used to date.
Suitable products: Micronized Graphite, Expandable Graphite