DexMat manufactures high performance products
from Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs)

ConductivityTensile StrengthFlex Life
Corrosion ResistanceBio-Compatibility
1.3 g/cc7 MS/m1 GPa> 1,000,000 cycles
1.3 g/cc
7 MS/m
Tensile Strength
1 GPa
Flex Life
> 1,000,000 cycles
Corrosion Resistance

DexMat CNT Materials

CNT Yarn/Wire/Rope

CNT Tape/Film

CNT Sample Kits


Raw CNT Evaluation

Evaluation of CNTs as raw materials for wet fiber spinning operation.

DexMat has the capability to process low-defect, single-walled, and few-walled CNTs into fibers and yarns. 0.5 grams of CNTs are required to evaluate whether fibers can be produced from any given CNT material. If the evaluation shows that the CNTs can be processed into fibers by DexMat, then the customer will have the option to purchase fibers made out of these CNTs.

CNT Yarn Insulation

Insulation of CNT Yarns.

For a fee, DexMat will insulate CNT yarns with either heat shrink tubing or by braiding nylon thread around the CNT yarn. Currently, insulation is only available for select sizes of CNT yarn.

EMI Shielding Cables

EMI shielding of cables using braided CNT yarns.

CNT fibers or yarns can be braided over cables to serve as an EMI shield. DexMat can braid over a wide range of cable diameters. In addition, DexMat can also braid nylon thread over CNT yarns to insulate the yarns.

For more information on our services or to get a quote, please contact us.


How-To Videos

DexMat Carbon Nanotube Film: Will it Tear?

The films and yarns manufactured by DexMat are made from well-aligned carbon nanotubes; they are resistant to breaking or tearing across the direction of that alignment. However, when working with these materials it is helpful to keep in mind that their toughness is much lower when the aligned layers are pulled apart. As this video […]

Latest News

Space Dust Repelling Carbon Nanotube Fibers

Abstract: The above video demonstrates how carbon nanotube fibers are integrated into a spacesuit to help spacesuits mitigate dust contamination for future lunar and Mars missions.The spacesuit fabrication and testing was performed by researchers from the University of North Dakota, Boeing, and the NASA Glenn Research Center. CNT fibers were produced by DexMat. Spacesuit dust […]

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Phase I

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Phase I

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