Silver Conductive Adhesive
We supply both silver epoxy and polyurethane based adhesives. Silver epoxy adhesive is a 2 part thermosetting range of products suitable for screen or syringe printing or manual application. Manufactured from high purity silver (>99.7%), excellent electrical conductivities are achieved with high bond strength. Our polyurethane based silver adhesives are stretchable and flexible and designed for use in wearables, IME (In-Mold Electronics) and general printed electronics use. These stretchable adhesives are supplied in syringes.
DM-AS-10002A silver epoxy based conductive adhesive that is used for thin film PV, sensors and general printed electronics applications.In StockMore info / Purchase £296.18 – £1,974.50
DM-SAS-10010A silver polyurethane stretchable conductive adhesive that is used for wearables, IME and general printed electronics applications.In StockMore info / Purchase £85.10 – £252.80
Low temperature curing ensures our epoxy silver conductive adhesive materials offer an alternative solder material for temperature sensitive applications. Typical applications that require use of silver conductive adhesive includes assembly of hybrid circuits for printed electronics applications, general electronic assembly and thin-film PV.
Our single part stretchable polyurethane adhesives can be cured at temperatures as low as 80 deg. C ensuring compatibility with low temperature substrates and ease of use.
We provide our silver conductive adhesive to a global customer base, offering a flexible delivery service, providing any volume from samples to production quantities. We can rapidly tailor formulations for specific customer requirements.
Benefits of our Silver Conductive Adhesive systems include:
Range of deposition processes available
• Customised formulations for specific applications
• Two part system, room temperature storage
• Excellent pot-life > 1 day, for screen printed pastes
• Solvent free systems available
• Low temperature cure systems ~90oC available
• High electrical conductivity <20 mohm/□/mil
• Suitable for use with most plastics, ceramics and metals
• Excellent durability – extremely hard material after curing
• High joint strength