DM-GRA-9101S is a graphene-carbon hybrid paste for applications such as sensors, heaters and printed resistors that can be processed at low temperature.



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Product Description

DM-GRA-9101S is a single part screen printable carbon-graphene hybrid paste for general electronic application use. DMGRA-9101S is designed for printing large feature sizes (>1 mm line width) such as bus bar structures where excellent electrical conductivity is required. The paste should be cured at >140˚C for 30-60 mins to achieve a sheet resistance of ~10Ω/‪/25µm. Tailored pastes can also be provided at increased sheet resistances, please contact us for further information.

Product Benefits

  • Good printability
  • Low temperature curing
  • Good screen residence time  
  • Compatibility with low temperature substrates such as PET

Paste Preparation

The paste is a single part system. Gently stir before use. Avoid rapid stirring to prevent air entrapment during the stirring process. Once the paste has been removed from the container for printing, this may introduce contamination. Please do not replace the paste in the original container.

Additional information

Size (g)

100g, 250g, 1Kg

Viscosity after mixing (Pa.s)

2 – 7


For slight adjustments in viscosity use DM-GRA-9101-DT

Solids Content (%)

54 – 58


FR4, Glass, PET


1500 PET 100/250-40Y

Flood Speed

30 mm/s

Print Speed

60 mm/s

Squeegee Hardness

70 Shore

Squeegee Pressure

10 Kg

Squeegee Angle


Cured Thickness

5-10 µm

Number of Strokes


Cure Process

Convection oven or IR heating

Cure Temperature (oC)


Cure Time (mins)

30 mins

Sheet Resistance

10 Ω/□‪/25µm


5B ASTM D3359


H (ASTM 3363)


Still Unsure?


We offer a tailored formulation development service, using graphene based materials, to meet specific customer requirements.  We have experience of developing systems for specific customer applications, with different properties including:
  • Barrier Layer
  • Sensor systems including stress/strain
  • Improved lubricity
  • Rheology changes to enable use of different deposition techniques
  • Polyurethane, silicone and epoxy systems


  • Stress-strain sensors with improved gauge factor
  • Barrier layers
  • Heaters
  • Printed resistors
  • General printed electronics