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.
An economical solution for grounding or low frequency RFI shielding applications, especially electric guitars and other electronic instruments. It is ideal for RFI shielding in metal detectors and other devices affected by the presence of metal. It can also be used as the conductive inner coating in picture tubes, or as a resistor in circuitry. It functions as a conductive undercoat in some electroplating applications.
The 842AR Super ShieldTM Silver Conductive Coating provides the highest level EMI/RFI shielding for electronic enclosures. It is suitable for board level applications. It functions very well as a conductive undercoat in most electroplating applications.
The 841AR Super ShieldTM Nickel Conductive Coating is the standard choice for shielding plastic electronic enclosures or for use on satellite dishes. It functions as a conductive undercoat in many electroplating applications.
The 843AR Super Shield™ Silver Coated Copper Conductive Coating provides superior EMI/RFI shielding to plastic electronic enclosures. It is suitable for some board level applications. It functions well as a conductive undercoat in many electroplating applications.