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Home > Press > NSTI nano tech Boston 2011 - FutureCarbon goes US

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FutureCarbon, the leading provider of super-composites based on carbon nanomaterials, is making a first-time appearance at this year's NSTI nano tech show in Boston from June 14 through 15. FutureCarbon is thus actively continuing its course of expansion. Visitors can find FutureCarbon at booth 1407.

NSTI nano tech Boston 2011 - FutureCarbon goes US

Bayreuth, Germany | Posted on June 10th, 2011

FutureCarbon, the leading provider of super-composites based on carbon nanomaterials, is making a first-time appearance at this year's NSTI nano tech show in Boston from June 14 through 15. FutureCarbon is thus actively continuing its course of expansion. Visitors can find FutureCarbon at booth 1407.

FutureCarbon is bringing along an attractive portfolio. In Carbo e-Therm the innovative Bayreuth-based company is presenting a high-tech heated coating based on carbon metamaterials. Different product variants, working on a non-hazardous low voltage of 12 or 24 V for example, are able to heat forms and surfaces up to temperatures as high as 500°C ˆ walls, floors, interior surfaces in automobiles, rotor blades of wind power parks or lab flasks for instance.

Another interesting exhibit is CarboBond ˆ an electrically conducting adhesive that offers the possibility of matching specific electrical resistance for antistatic regions up to conductivity of 100 Ωcm. Plus, CarboBond comes with excellent processing and adhesive properties, enabling the user to simply integrate it into their processes.

CarboShield is an innovative FutureCarbon coating for highly efficient shielding of electromagnetic radiation. What is special about this product is its extremely wide and constant absorption spectrum from just a few megahertz to more than 50 gigahertz. CarboShield can be applied by simple methods to a whole variety of geometries and surfaces, guarding rooms in buildings, technical installations or electronic systems against the negative impact of electromagnetic radiation.

FutureCarbon looks forward to seeing you at NSTI nano tech in Boston at booth 1407 of the German Ministry of Education and Research. If you would like to spend more time with us, arrange a time and date in advance. Just phone +49-(921)-507388-40 or e-mail to .

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About FutureCarbon GmbH
FutureCarbon specializes in the development and manufacture of carbon nanomaterials and their refinement to create what are called carbon supercomposites, primary products for further industrial processing. Carbon supercomposites are combinations of materials that unfold the special characteristics of carbon nanomaterials in the macroscopic world of real applications. All of our materials are manufactured on an industrial scale.

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Phone: +49 (921) 507 388-40
Fax: +49 (921) 507 388-99

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