Dycotec DM-SIP-3105S is a nanosilver based low viscosity syringe printable ink that is used for thin film PV, sensors and general printed electronics applications.

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DM-SIP-3105S

Description

Product Description

Dycotec DM-SIP-3105S is a nanosilver based low viscosity syringe printable ink that is used for thin film PV, sensors and general printed electronics applications. The ink is compatible with glass and transparent conductive coated glass substrates.

Product Benefits

• High coverage
• Low temperature sintering temperature
• Excellent adhesion
• Excellent electrical conductivity
• Deposition using syringe

Paste Preparation

DM-SIP-3105S is a thermoplastic nanosilver based ink system. The ink should be gently stirred before use avoiding incorporation of air bubbles.

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Size (g)

100g, 250g, 1Kg

Viscosity after mixing (Pa.s)

0.5-0.6

Thinner

For slight adjustments in viscosity, use DM-SIP-3105-DT

Solids Content (%)

46-54%

Density

1.7 g/cm3

Substrate

Glass, PET, TCO-glass

Cure Process

Convection oven or IR heating

Cure Temperature (oC)

130-140oC

Cure Time (mins)

20 mins

Sheet Resistance

<8 mΩ/□/25µm at 140oC,<5 mΩ/□/25µm at 200oC

Adhesion

5B ASTM D3359

Hardness

H (ASTM 3363)

Line Resolution

<250 µm depending on print set-up

Volume Resistivity

<20 µΩ.cm at 140oC, <12.5 µΩ.cm at 200oC

Damp Heat Test (85oC/85%RH)

No increase in resistance

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Development

We offer a tailored formulation development service to meet specific customer requirements for silver ink and pastes this may include:
  • Specific electrical conductivities
  • Development for particular substrates
  • Thermoset and thermoplastic products
  • Curing Temperatures, including temperatures <100 deg. C
  • Different deposition techniques such as syringe, spray or other commonly used printing/coating techniques
  • Chemical compatibility
  • High resolution structures

Applications

  • Solar Cell
  • Sensors
  • General printed electronics