DM-AS-10001S is a silver epoxy based conductive adhesive that is used for thin film PV, sensors and general printed electronics applications. The paste is compatible with manual and syringe application.

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DM-AS-10001

Description

Product Description

Dycotec DM-AS-10001S is a silver epoxy based conductive adhesive that is used for thin film PV, sensors and general printed electronics applications. The paste is compatible with manual and syringe application.

Product Benefits

  • Low temperature curing process
  • Long pot life >1 week
  • Compatible with a range of deposition processes
  • High mechanical hardness

Paste Preparation

DM-AS-10001S is a two part silver epoxy based conductive adhesive system. It requires mixing of the Part B, DM-AS-10001B and the Part A, DM-AS-10001A in the correct ratios to form the DM-AS-10001S paste. The contents of one container of the Part B, DM-AS-10001B system must be added completely to a pot of DM-AS-10001A. The combined pastes should then be mixed slowly. Avoid rapid stirring to prevent air entrapment during the stirring process. As soon as the product is activated, the material should be used immediately.

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Size (g)

100g, 1Kg, 250g

Solids Content (%)

88-90%

Pot Life

>30 mins

Solvent Concentration

4%

Cure Process

Convection oven, infra red heating or hot air gun

Cure Temperature (oC)

140oC

Cure Time (mins)

60 mins

Sheet Resistance

<20 mΩ/□‪/mil (hot air gun)

Hardness

8H

Volume Resistivity

<0.0001 Ω.cm (hot air gun)

Pull Strength (ASTMD4541-02)

>8 Kg/cm2

WeightN/A

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Development

We offer a tailored formulation development service to meet specific customer requirements for adhesive ink and pastes this may include:
  • Specific electrical conductivities
  • Development for particular substrates
  • Different curing processes
  • Different deposition techniques such as syringe, spray or other commonly used printing/coating techniques
  • Stretchable adhesives
  • Chemical compatibility
  • High resolution structures

Applications

  • Heaters
  • Sensors
  • General printed electronics