Londonderry NH (November 11, 2014) – Protavic America announces the release of its new EXP-06335, a screen-printable silicone designed with less than .003ohms/cm resistance. Recognizing the needs of today’s evolving printed electronics marketplace, Protavic® designed and now manufactures this highly conductive, extremely flexible material to be printable via screen, flexo, or slot die. The heat cure, one part material is packaged in any size container and has a stable shelf life of 6 months at room temperature.
Protavic’s ground breaking, highly flexible, electrically conductive silicone has excellent adhesion to most common circuit board materials, PU, silicone, and metal substrates. It does not require the use of primers, buffers, conformal coatings, or silicone gels.
To learn more, plan to stop at Protavic America’s booth D26 at the Printed Electronics Show, November 19-20, 2014.
About Protavic America
Protavic® is an 86-year-old international company offering over 170 materials for electronics manufacturing and printed electronics. This extensive line-up includes high-performance conductive adhesives & non-conductive adhesives, encapsulation resins, potting resins, sealants, coatings, impregnation and casting materials as well as non-silicone based thermal grease products. Protex International, the parent company of Protavic America makes its own silver and silver flake raw materials – allowing Protavic America to offer highly competitive pricing, unusual properties, and infinite packaging options in its conductive materials.
Contact Protavic America today to learn how printed electronics and RFID material assembly can be more efficient and reliable, at 603-623-8626 or email@example.com).