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SME Specific MeasuresCompetitive and Sustainable Growth

Exploratory Award

Proposal number EXAW-1999-01365

AcronymELECTROFIBRES

Proposal titleElectrically Conducting FibresProduction and Application

AbstractAt the moment, metallic conductors like Cu, Ag, etc., as well as non metallic conductors

like graphite are used to screen off sensitive electronic components of electromagnetic

waves. The application possibilities are characterised by the mechanical properties and the

lack of possibility for conduction of high frequency currents. In addition, the insulating

properties are rather inadequate. Therefore, the manufacturing of fibres coated with

intrinsically conducting polymers, will be developed, which not only have  outstanding

mechanical properties but can be incorporate in polymermatrices and are also

characterised by excellent heat insulation. The coated fibres can be of biological origin,

(wood, wool, flax) as well as synthetic fibres. These novel materials will be manufactured

and used by participating SMEs.

Key ActionGROW-5.   RTD activities of a generic nature : Materials and their technologies for

production and transformation and new and improved materials and production technologies

in the steel field

Start date11/12/2000End date11/12/2001

Intended Step 2 projectCooperative Research (CRAFT)Duration Exploratory Phase8 months

SME CoordinatorDipl.-Chem. Christian NÜRNBERGERCompany sizeS3

NUERNENBERGER & KITTLER GMBH

Werkstrasse 1

04565 - Regis-Breitingen

Germany

Phone: 493434371212

Fax: 493434371225

SME Proposer(s)

INDUSTRIAS QUÍMICAS TEXTILES S.ASpainS4

Profile of partners for joining the project

Business areas36 - Manufacture of furniture; manufacturing n.e.c.

34 - Manufacture of motor vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers

CommentsAutomobile industry, Manufacturing of furniture

Last update18/6/2001

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