Conductive Ink adheres to Kapton, Mylar, and glass.

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Resistant to flexing and creasing, Type 125-04 contains silver/copper alloy with sheet resistivity of 25 mW/sq/mil. Applied by screen printing, dipping, and syringe dispensing, it exhibits best properties when cured for several minutes at 150°C. With thermal stability good to 325°C, product has viscosity of 30,000 cps and volume resistivity of 0.000063 W/cm when cured. Applications include RFID antennas, EMI/RFI shielding, and membrane switches.



Original Press Release:



Creative Materials Offers Economical Conductive Inks



Tyngsboro, MA April 1, 2008, Creative Materials, Inc, a leading manufacturer of electrically conductive ink, coating and adhesives, is now offering a low cost conductive ink, 125-04 containing a silver/copper alloy with sheet resistivity of 25 milliohm/square/mil. This product features excellent adhesion to Kapton, Mylar, glass and a variety of other surfaces. Unlike conventional conductive materials, this product is very resistant to flexing and creasing. Applications include RFID antennas, emi/rfi shielding, polymer thick film circuitry and membrane switches.

View the technical data sheets:
http://server.creativematerials.com/datasheets/html/DS_125_04.html

For more information, please contact Creative Materials @ 800-560-5667, 978-649-4700, inquiry@creativematerials.com or visit us on the web at www.creativematerials.com

TYPICAL CURED PROPERTIES:
Viscosity 30,000 cps
Filler Silver/Copper Alloy
Crease Resistance Excellent
Volume Resistivity (ohm-cm) 0.000063
Sheet Resistivity (ohm/sq) 0.025
Solderable No
Hydrolytic Stability Excellent
Useful Temperature Range -55°C to +200°C
Thermal Stability Good to 325°C

SUGGESTED HANDLING & CURING: 125-04 is ready to use as supplied. Further thinning may be accomplished by adding small amounts of CMI Thinner # 102-03 and/or butyl cellosolve acetate. Prior to using, be certain to resuspend silver. Best properties, for most applications, result when cured for several minutes at 150°C. Good
properties are obtained on a variety of substrates by dry and curing at temperatures ranging from 50°C to 200°C. End user is advised to experimentally determine temperature and time best suited for individual applications.

STORAGE: Shelf Life: 6 months at 25°C.

SAFETY & HANDLING: Use with adequate ventilation. Keep away from sparks and open flames. Avoid prolonged contact with skin and breathing of vapors. Wash with soap and water to remove from skin.

About Creative Materials, Inc.
Creative Materials, Inc. develops and markets specialty chemical products to customers world-wide. Founded in 1986, Creative Materials has its headquarters and production facilities in Tyngsboro, Massachusetts. Products from Creative Materials are used to manufacture electronic components for automobiles, computers, keyboards, and cell phones; medical electrodes and medical instruments; heating equipment; and aerospace devices. Creative Materials offers more than 1000 product formulations, and is ISO 9001 certified.

Contacts
Rachel Robbins
rrobbins@creativematerials.com
Creative Materials, Inc.
www.creativematerials.com

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