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Electrically-conductive silicone adhesive addresses EMI shielding challenges

Stephen Law   

Circuit Protection Electronics Production / Materials adhesive adhesive Conductive conductive Electrically Electrically EMI shielding EMI shielding

DOW DOWSIL EC-6601 Electrically Conductive Adhesive is a next-generation material engineered for reliable performance and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) in demanding electrical and electronics applications in the transportation, communications and consumer markets. Product combines strong electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding capabilities across a wide range of frequencies with durable mechanical and conductive properties over time. Product is formulated to form strong bonds to many substrates and has greater than 150% elongation to enable flexibility at the joints. With its longer shelf life, better material strength, increased flexibility, stronger adhesion and greater electrical conductivity, this innovative new adhesive provides key advantages over other conductive elastomers, a category of materials that is used widely in today’s printed circuit board and advanced systems assembly market.


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