FutureCarbon with electrically heated coating for temperatures up to 500°C at nano tech 2011 show

Bayreuth, (PresseBox) - FutureCarbon has developed a new variant of its Carbo e-Therm electrically heated coating — Carbo e-Therm UHT can be heated by low voltage to temperatures as high as 500°C. The company is presenting it for the first time to the international public at this year's nano tech show in Tokyo, Japan from 16 through 18 February.

FutureCarbon is again attending nano tech, the world's biggest nanotechnology show. Included in its exhibits is the electrically heated coating Carbo e-Therm UHT, an innovation for heating solutions using temperatures up to 500°C. The big attraction with this high-temperature heating system is that the coating can be applied by the simplest techniques such as squeegeeing or brushing. A non-hazardous low voltage - 12 or 24 V for example - is enough to directly heat lab flasks, machine parts, vessels or samples without creating hot spots.

This heated coating shows the way to entirely new industrial applications calling for very high process temperatures.

FutureCarbon is exhibiting at booth E12 at the nano tech show, and looks forward to seeing you there. If you would like to spend more time talking to us about something of interest, you can arrange a time and date in advance: phone +49-(921)-507388-40 or e-mail sales@future-carbon.de.

FutureCarbon GmbH

FutureCarbon specializes in the development and manufacture of carbon nanomaterials and their refinement to create what are called carbon super-composites, primary products for further industrial processing. Carbon super-composites 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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