- EMI coatings, conductive glues, thermal, lubricants and seals
- Conductive coating
- High temperature conductive coating
An elemental static silicone/acrylic coating that offers great electrostatic resistance in addition to its anti-corrosion properties. Continuous heat resistance is provided up to 350 °C. Typical applications would include oven interiors, flow solder machines, etc. The 3840 high-temperature conductive coating is standard packed in a 1 L can but on request available in cans of 5 L and cans of 20 L.
Phenylmethyl polysiloxane resin, acrylic resin, conductive mineral additive, titanium dioxide.
|High-temperature conductive coating 1L can
|High-temperature conductive coating 5L can
|High-temperature conductive coating 20L can
|All contaminants including mould release, grease, and dirt must be removed. A suitable primer may be necessary on certain substrates.
|Some settling may occur in the can, so care must be taken to mix in all solids. Should any dilution be necessary, thinners should be used.
|The 3840 can be used by a conventional spray gun ( 40 – 50 psi pressure), or by brush coating.
|Allow parts to air dry for a minimum of 24 hours then oven cured at a temperature of 100 °C for approx. 10 minutes.
|108Ω/sq. (ASTM D257)
|approx. 4 – 6 sq mtr/ltr.
|Drying time (air)
|1 hour – touch dry
|Stoving at 220 °C
|10 – 15 minutes
This product is highly flammable. Keep away from heat, sparks, and open flames. Keep all containers closed when not in use.
Use under well-ventilated conditions. Personal respiratory protection should be worn under spraying conditions.
Such devices must be used in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
Avoid contact with skin. Wear protective gloves and clothing. Wash thoroughly with soap and water after use. If accidentally swallowed, seek medical advice.
For this product there are no free samples available