DM-CAP-4311S is a single part screen printable thermoset carbon paste for printed sensors, PV cells and membrane keyboards. The paste should be cured at low temperature (140˚C) to achieve a sheet resistance of <20 Ω/□/25µm.

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DM-CAP-4311S

Description

Product Description

DM-CAP-4311S is a single part screen printable carbon paste for general electronic application use. The paste should be cured at low temperature (140˚C) to achieve a sheet resistance of <20 Ω/□/25µm.

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.

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Viscosity after mixing (Pa.s)

000, 000-8, 4

Thinner

DM-CAP-4030-DT

Substrate

FR4, Glass, PET

Screen

100 Mesh, 40 Thread, 5 μm emulsion, PET

Flood Speed

30 mm/s

Print Speed

45 mm/s

Squeegee Hardness

90A Durometer Shore

Squeegee Pressure

3 Kg

Squeegee Angle

45o

Cured Thickness

10 – 12 μm

Print Gap

1 mm

Number of Strokes

1

Adhesion

5B

Hardness

3H

Sheet Resistance

10 Ω

Thickness

10 – 12 μm

Size (g)

100g, 250g, 1Kg

WeightN/A

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Development

We offer a tailored formulation development servcie to meet specific customer requirements for carbon pastes this may include:
  • Specific electrical conductivities between 10-100 Ω/□/25µm
  • Carbon pastes for particular substrates
  • Thermoset and thermoplastic products
  • Curing Temperatures, including temperatures <100 deg. C
  • Different deposition techniques such as syringe, spray or commonly used printing techniques

Applications

  • Biosensors
  • Membrane Keyboards
  • Printed Sensors
  • PV cell
  • Printed Resistors