Overview of graphene reinforced Nylon

Graphene nylon is a thermally conductive graphene reinforced plastic on the market. Compared with the thermal conductivity of ordinary nylon resin, which is about 0.3W/m-K, the heat transfer performance of graphene nylon is improved by 10 to 50 times. It efficiently conducts heat to a heat sink or surrounding air, extending product life and enhancing design freedom. Its high thermal conductivity can provide a heat transfer rate of 1.8W/mK, enabling a large amount of heat transfer, providing new possibilities for part design and metal substitution.



Graphene reinforced nylon can be made stronger by adding a small amount of fiber glass reinforcement. This not only improves the operating efficiency and life span of graphene nylon, but also reduces operating temperatures and improves the electrical efficiency of the packaged motor, resulting in more usable power and torque. In addition, the use of thermally conductive nylon can reduce current consumption, speed up response time, and extend the service life of the equipment.

It is worth mentioning this graphene reinforced plastic has a comparable expansion coefficient to that of metals, so it can be produced with a coefficient of linear thermal expansion (CLTE) close to that of many metals. This gives graphene nylon an advantage in replacing metal materials. In short, the emergence of graphene nylon has brought more design freedom to the industry and has huge potential in improving product performance and improving work efficiency.



Graphene nylon has the following characteristics:

  1. After adding thermal conductive additives, the thermal conductivity of nylon material can reach 1.8W/mK.
  2. High rigidity and high bending modulus.
  3. High flow and good injection molding performance.
  4. Resistant to stress cracking.
  5. Good fluidity, easy to form, suitable for forming ultra-thin products.
  6. Good chemical resistance and UV varnish resistance.
  7. Low warpage and high flatness.


The graphene nylon technology was developed by our team who uses special graphene dispersion and reinforced technology and uses a reactor to polymerize graphene and nylon 6/66. The new graphene reinforced plastic not only has wear resistance, tensile strength, impact resistance, chemical resistance, and low friction Coefficient and self-lubricating properties have been greatly improved, and it also has antibacterial, dustproof, antistatic and far-infrared thermal insulation properties; and graphene only needs to be added in trace amounts, and the cost is relatively low.

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