Electrically Conductive

Circuit Board with Electrically Conductive Coating

Listed below are several of our electrically conductive adhesives and coatings. Epoxies, Etc. has engineered these materials to satisfy the requirements of many demanding coating and bonding applications that require electrical conductivity. These products are often selected as alternatives to lead free soldering due to lower cure temperatures.

One and two component systems are available. We can also specialize your packaging, whether you want your products packed in FeezeBond® premixed and frozen syringes, or supplied in hinge-packs. Not all electrically conductive adhesives and coatings are listed, and custom formulations are available upon consultation.

Short DescriptionMix RatioViscosity, cPVolume Resistivity, ohm-cm Operating Temperature Range, ºC PDF
Two component epoxy adhesive filled with pure silver
100:100Paste0.0001-50 to +170
Two component silver filled epoxy adhesive
100:5Paste0.0001-60 to +135
Two component fast thin film set silver filled epoxy
100:8Paste.002-60 to +135
One component silver filled epoxy adhesive
No Catalyst RequiredPaste.000534-55 to +170
One component electrically conductive ink
No Catalyst Required15,000.0002-20 to +140

Having trouble deciding on which of our products best meets your requirements? Then let us assist you in selecting a product by using our online Product Selection Form. If we do not have an existing product that meets your requirements, we will develop one!

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