Graphene ballon and SMR
The Malaysian Rubber (Standard Malaysian Rubber ) Council (MRC) has high hopes for its new aerospace balloon made from a combination of graphene and natural rubber (Standard Malaysian rubber “SMR”). Noor Hizwan Ahmad, CEO of the Malaysian Rubber (Standard Malaysian Rubber ) Council, said:” The research and collaboration carried out by Meditech Gloves and Cranfield University in the UK has found great potential in the use of this product and formulation.
The CEO of the Malaysian Rubber Council adds, “The evolution of technology from the farm to the aerospace industry is a great achievement for the Malaysian rubber industry. She also said that an aerospace balloon made by injecting graphene into natural rubber is now on the market and has been patented by Levidian Nanosystems.(feminine) He also said that an aerospace balloon made by injecting graphene into natural rubber is now on the market and has been patented by Levidian Nanosystems.
By injecting graphene into natural rubber to produce an aerospace balloon, this type of balloon will be more affordable and sustainable compared to a rocket launched into space. Additionally, this particular balloon can be landed after the satellite is released, making it relatively stable technology. Its cost will be ten times less than launching a rocket. The CEO of the Malaysian Rubber Council noted that the council is working closely with the Tun Abdul Razak Research Center (TARRC), a research center under the Malaysian Rubber Board (MRB) in London, to commercialize the balloon. This research is in the final stage to produce the prototype of the aerospace balloon. He added that the Malaysian Rubber Council has been given a three-year timeframe to commercialize this invention.