Clear Lacquer base. Thick base – Ideal for non-flowing required. Easily applied with micro spatula or wooden toothpick. Particle size ranging 0.4-1 um, 80% are less than 1 um. Cure in 16 to 20 hours at room temperature or 30 minutes at 125 – 150 deg C.
This strong, water-based adhesive has an excellent electrical and thermal conductivity. Dries quickly to an ultra smooth finish in just 15 minutes and is non-hazardous. Water/oil resistant, anti cracking, blocks UVA and has no measurable VOCs.
This extraordinary mountant can be used as a temporary or permanent bond. The pen is composed of a fiber tip allowing for even and reproducable application. Free from any solvents, the base of the glue is acrylic. Can be used in SEM applications.
Electrically carbon conductive cement and thinner for scanning electron microscope sample mounting. After cement dries SEM viewing is possible of conductive samples. Non-conductive specimens need to be coated with carbon or metal.
Thermoplastic adhesive for mounting powders and small particles for SEM. Does not contain solvents and is stable in high vacuum. It is not sticky at room temperature but becomes adhesive at 40°C and melts at 120°C.
18DB70X is a direct substitute for Silver Conductive Fluid 416. Specially formulated for areas requiring low VOC. Provides low ohms at very thin dry film thickness on most surfaces. Excellent long term shielding and grounding.
Silver paint 503 is a flexible, high temperature conductive material designed for a wide variety of uses. It has good adhesion to most substrates and is highly conductive. Air dry at room temp and is ready to use in 2 minutes.
Conductive, silver-based polymer used for thick film coatings where liquid silver is not an option. Cured it has a very high Tg (glass transition temp) 153°F to prevent blocking. Superior adhesion to polyester film.
Epoxy Gold Paste is a gold-filled conductive bonding, exhibiting high electrical conductivity and bond strength. Used in preference to silver-epoxy to avoid silver migration problems, or when a higher signal is required.
Easy-to-apply resistance coating provides high lubricity, conductivity, and excellent release properties to non-conductive substrates. Made from dispersion of colloidal graphite in isopropanol. Forms a thin film adherent layer.
High temperature conductive paint withstands ambient temperatures of over 500°F. Remains flexible from –40 to over 500°F. Cures at room temperature. Good adhesion to substrate. Excellent oxidation resistance. Ready to use.
An easy to use fast drying graphite spray to coat small samples. It produces a very flat, thin, and uniform graphite film. Its service temperature is up to 204°C. It's electrical resistance is 1.2 kohm/sq" at 1 ml thickness.