MG Chemicals offers a range of conductive paints for EMI/RFI shielding and related applications.
Acrylic is the most common conductive coating. It is widely used on electronic enclosures, satellite dishes, and board level applications. It is easy to apply, durable, and adheres well to many surfaces.
Our Original Series of Acrylic Conductive Coatings is being replaced by our new and improved AR Series Acrylic Conductive Coatings, but it is still available for manufacturers who have it specified into their processes.
Epoxy is used when extreme durability is needed. It offers mar and scratch resistance, very strong adhesion, extreme abrasion resistance, impact resistance, and strong chemical resistance.
Water Based Urethane is the only choice in architectural applications because of its low VOC content. It is non-flammable, has no noxious vapors, and is not a dangerous good by air.