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Conductive Epoxy Paints

These 2-part epoxy conductive paints are designed for extreme durability and mar resistance. They are scratch resistant and adhere very strongly to a wide variety of substrates, including metals, glass, ceramics, concrete, and most plastics. They provide very strong solvent resistance, and the nickel and silver versions offer excellent corrosion resistance as well.

These epoxy paints are commonly used to protect electronics from electromagnetic radiation in harsh environments. When used correctly, the nickel and silver versions are excellent for preventing galvanic corrosion. They are also excellent for electroplating plastics with aggressive plating baths that would dissolve less chemically resistant coatings. The silver version is also suitable for use in board and package level applications because of its strong EMI shielding and its extreme durability, which allows it to survive wave soldering.

For applications where extreme durability is not required, we offer easier-to-use 1-part alternatives: water-based for use on wood and drywall, and acrylic-based for use on plastics. We also offer electrically conductive epoxy adhesives.

Features & Benefits

  • Superior adhesion durability and mar resistance
  • Superior adhesion to metals, glass, and concrete
  • Excellent chemical resistance
  • Withstands wave soldering


  • EMI / RFI shielding for military and aerospace electronics enclosures
  • EMI / RFI shielding in harsh environments
  • Galvanic corrosion resistance
  • Electroplating plastics and other non-conductive materials
  • Board and package level shielding

841ER Nickel Epoxy Paint Suitable for RFI shielding in harsh environments, electroplating plastics, and providing galvanic corrosion resistance.

843ER Silver-Coated Copper Epoxy PaintBalances performance and cost.

842ER Silver Epoxy Paint – For premium EMI shielding performance. Excellent for providing galvanic corrosion resistance and electroplating operations where high conductivity and strong chemical resistance are required.

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