Silicone Ink retains flexibility in low temperatures.

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115-08 electrically conductive, silicone-based ink and coating is suitable for dip coating and spraying. Its temperature range is from -180 to 250° C. Suitable for EMI/RFI shielding applications, 115-08 resists cracking, and adheres to silicone substrates. Volume resistance is rated at 0.00012 Ohm-cm and sheet resistivity is 0.05 Ohm/sq/mil. Non-solderable ink is thermally stable to 325°C, and cures in 5-10 min at 175°C.



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Electrically Conductive Silicone Ink 115-08



DESCRIPTION: Creative Materials product 115-08 is an electrically conductive silicone based ink and coating, suitable for dip coating and spraying. 115-08 has a useful temperature range from -180°C to 250°C, remaining flexible even in applications requiring low temperatures. Some applications for 115-08 include emi/rfi shielding of silicone insulated wires and shielding of silicone gasket materials. 115-08 is useful as a coating on silicone substrates or where high temperature resistance is required. A two component concentrated version of 115-08 is available as CMI#120-13.

APPLICATIONS:
Some applications for 115-08 include, but are not limited to:
* Emi/rfi shielding of silicone insulated wires.
* Shielding of silicone gasket materials.
* Conductive coatings on silicone materials.

STRENGTHS OF PRODUCT:

115-08 is versatile: 115-08 has a useful temperature range
from -180°C to 260°C.

115-08 is flexible: 115-08 is flexible even in applications requiring low temperatures. It has excellent resistance to cracking.

115-08 is useful: 115-08 has excellent adhesion to silicone substrates.

115-08 ELECTRICALLY CONDUCTIVE SILICONE INK

DESCRIPTION: 115-08 is an electrically conductive, silicone based, ink and coating, suitable for dip coating and spraying. This product features excellent adhesion to Kapton, Mylar, glass, and a variety of other substrates. Unlike conventional conductive materials, this product is very flexible and tactile. Some applications for 115-08 include, but are not limited to, emi/rfi shielding of polyimide flexible circuits, shielding of silicone gasket materials, and conductive coatings on silicone materials. 115-08 is useful for application requiring flexibility at very low temperatures. Product is very useful as a coating on silicone substrates.

TYPICAL CURED PROPFRT1ES:

Consistency Thin Liquid
Filler Silver
Percent Silver (cured) 87
Crease Resistance Excellent
Volume Resistance (Ohm-cm) 0.00012
Sheet Resistivity (Ohm/sq./mil) 0.05
Solderable No
Hydrolytic Stability Excellent
Useful Temperature Range (°C) -180 to 260
Thermal Stability (°C) Good to 325

SUGGESTED HANDLING & CURING: 115-08 is ready to use as supplied. Further thinning may be accomplished by adding small amounts of CMI Thinner #113-12 (slow drying) and/or xylene (fast drying). Prior to using, be certain to re suspend silver. Best properties, for most applications, result when allowed to dry at room temperature followed by curing for 5-10 min. at 175°C. Good properties are obtained on a variety of substrates by curing at temperatures ranging from 50°C to 150°C. End user is advised to experimentally determine temperature and time best suited for individual applications.

STORAGE: Shelf life: 6 months at -10°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.

All technical information is based on data obtained by CMI personnel and is believed to be reliable. No warranty is either expressed or implied with respect to suitability in a particular application or possible infringements on patents.

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