Miller-Stephenson’s Nickel Conductive Coatings offers superior protection and shielding in a fast drying and curing formulation. These Nickel Conductive Coatings allow the greater use of plastic enclosures/housings in manufacturing digital electronic devices has increased the need for reliable EMI/RFI coating solutions. A range of compounds have been developed that offer different conductive fillers to provide numerous resistance and attenuation levels. These systems can be applied by brushing and conventional spray techniques. Benefits of Miller-Stephenson Conductive Coating is the following:
- Protect electronic devices from electromagnetic pulses
- Superior shielding performance
- Minimal tack free time
- Cost effective alternative to other shielding methods
- Provide uniform thickness
- Exceptional point to point resistivity
- For high and low volume applications
An excellent way to limit EMI/RFI emissions is with a Miller-Stephenson’s Nickel Conductive Coatings. MS-478G is a black coating, which may be applied in a 2 mil layer to absorb EMI/RFI over a broad frequency range. MS-478G is general purpose shielding spray for use on plastic electronics enclosures. Consists of a tough, durable acrylic base pigmented with high quality nickel flakes. This coating can be used effectively with Acrylic, Polycarbonate, ABS, Polystyrene, PVC and other plastics.
RFI Nickel Conductive Coating can be applied by dipping, brushing and/or spraying. For best results when spraying, maintain pressure between 20-30 psi; adjust nozzle for acceptable spray pattern. Several light coats (2-3) applied from a distance of 10-12 inches will provide a 1.5-2.0 mil coating. Allow each coating to dry for 30 minutes before applying another coat. Do not dilute or contaminate with water.
Application for Miller-Stephenson’s Conductive Coating include pad printing, screen-printing, spraying, dipping and syringe dispensing. Products can be applied to flexible or rigid substrates and can be printed on uneven or contoured surfaces. They feature good adhesion to a variety of substrates including Kapton, Mylar, glass and ceramics.
Agitate material before and during use to prevent settling of the active ingredients. Apply to a clean, dry surface in a well-ventilated area at temperatures between 70-85ºF.
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