Electrically Conductive Adhesives and Coatings
Listed below are several of our electrically conductive silver filled epoxy adhesives and coatings. Epoxies, Etc. has engineered these materials to satisfy the requirements of many demanding coating and bonding applications that require electrical and thermal conductivity. The conductive silver epoxy products are often selected as cold solder replacement adhesives for heat sensitive components.
One and two component systems are available. FeezeBond® premixed and frozen syringes, or hinge-packs are popular packaging choices for the silver filled electrically conductive adhesives. Not all electrically conductive adhesives and coatings are listed, and custom formulations are available.
|Short Description||Mix Ratio||Viscosity, cP||Volume Resistivity, ohm-cm ||Operating Temperature Range, ºC ||PDF|
Two component epoxy adhesive filled with pure silver
|100:100||Paste||0.0001||-50 to +170|
Two component silver filled epoxy adhesive
|100:5||Paste||0.0001||-60 to +135|
One component silver filled epoxy adhesive
|No Catalyst Required||Paste||.000534||-55 to +170|
One component electrically conductive ink
|No Catalyst Required||15,000||.0002||-20 to +140|
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