EMI-Shielding TPE

Feb. 22, 2007
Preseal TPEs are for applications requiring high conductivity and easy processing.

Preseal TPEs are for applications requiring high conductivity and easy processing. The compounds are suitable for thermoplastic-processing methods (injection molding and extrusion), letting molders achieve complex shapes and sizes. Cycle times are short and there is no need for vulcanization. Silver or nickel-coated glass metal fillers provide electrical conductivity. Preseal TPEs have 0.003 to 0.030-Ωcm resistivity, 90 to 100-dB attenuation, and grades can be modified for galvanic compatibility with aluminum.

TPE Solutions Inc.,
3 Patterson Rd., Shirley, MA 01464,
(978) 425-3033,

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