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Super Shield Nickel Conductive Coating (841)

Super Shield Nickel Conductive Coating (841)
Business Type Supplier, Retailer
Application Industrial
Color Light Brown
Grade Standard Technical Grade
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Location Worldwide

Product Details

Form
Liquid
Quality
Best
Specific Gravity
1.6
Storage
Store in a Cool Place
Shelf Life
1 Year


841AR is a conductive paint that consists of a 1-part, solvent-based acrylic lacquer, pigmented with a highly conductive nickel flake. It is smooth, hard, and abrasion resistant. It can be easily applied by brush or spray. It has a quick dry time, with no heat cure necessary. It adheres strongly to most injection molded plastics, such as ABS, PBT and PVA. It also provides strong corrosion resistance and is suitable for use in marine environments.
841AR provides a conductive coating for the interior of plastic electronic enclosures that suppresses EMI/RFI emissions. It excels when corrosion resistance is a concern.




Features and Benefits






UL Recognized (File # E202609)
Provides effective EMI/RFI shielding over a broad frequency range
Mild solvent system, and safe on polystyrenes
HAP free—does not contain toluene, xylene, or MEK
Available in aerosol format




 
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Available Sizes

Catalog Number Sizes Available Description
841-340G 340 g (12 oz) Aerosol
841-900ML 900 mL (1.65 kg) Liquid
841-1G 1 gal (6.75 kg) Liquid

Adherence Compatibility

841 Adherence Compatibility
Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) UL tested substrate, superior adhesion
Polybutlylene Terephtalate (PBT) UL tested substrate, superior adhesion
Acrylics or acrylic paints Adheres well to clean surface
Polyvinyl Acetate (PVA) Adheres well to clean surface
Polyurethane Adheres well to clean surface for most urethane types
Wood Adheres well with surface preparation

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