Conductive Composites Co. has commercialized nickel chemical vapor deposition coated nonwovens and has doubled its production capacity for the new materials.
The Heber City, Utah, firm said its products are lighter, thinner and more conductive than nonwovens made from conductive fibers. Using this method, every external surface is coated and protected and the resistivity of the sheet can be engineered to very low levels.
Conductive Composites also claims performance characteristics match or exceed sheets of carbon nanomaterials at a more competitive price and in continuous roll format.
“CVD coated nonwovens bring game-changing performance and significant cost savings to our customers,” noted Conductive Composites President Nathan Hansen in an April 11 news release.
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