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    Conductive Adhesives

    Looking Conductive Adhesives, then you have reached the right place. These adhesives are electrically conductive and are formulated from silicone or epoxy resin filled with metallics or conductive carbon fragments. Conductive adhesives are a liquid solution that can be applied to create a thin and flexible layer of highly electrical conductive material to an area or device. Our range of conductive adhesives are sourced from leading brands such as; 3M, Chemtronics, Electrolube, MG Chemicals and RS RPO.

    How do they work?

    The liquid itself will contain different conductive adhesives such as iron, copper, gold, etc, and will disperse these equally in the form of a polymer resin. The resin can be applied to several different areas of use and will help make repairs for instance.

    Product Types

    • Epoxy
    • Paint
    • Repair kit
    • Transfer Tape

    Applicator Types

    • Brush: A simple brush will be attached to the underneath of the lid or completely removable. The brush can then be used to apply smooth amounts of the adhesive to any surface area making it practical on all kinds of surfaces.
    • Syringe: A Syringe may come with your adhesive and can be used for tight to reach places. If you need to inject amounts into corners or holes, a syringe is perfect for this type of job.

    Features and Benefits

    • Thin-film means only a small amount has to be used, making it very cost effective
    • Dries at room temperature
    • Adhesion to several different types of materials
    • Great electrical conduction
    • Low surface resistance
    • Grey or silver colour
    • Different bottle sizes available for different scale jobs
    • Easy to store
    • Lightweight and small
    • Low odour
    • Quick-drying times
    • Liquid and solids available


    Conductive Adhesives are used as an alternative to soldering in some cases and typically found in applications such as;

    • Electroplating pre-coats
    • Contact surfaces
    • Potentiometer tracks
    • Earthing Strips
    • Circuit boards
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