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Electrically conductive adhesives are usually thermally curing epoxy resin-based or UV-curing

acrylate-based adhesives augmented with metallic fillers, such as silver. Grade, shape, grain size and

grain distribution of the filling material are critical influencers to optimizing adhesive conductivity. A

significant contributor to conductivity is the adhesive curing process.

Electrically conductive adhesives are often used as a more effective alternative to conventional

soldering. They are particularly suitable for making electrical contacts on temperature-sensitive

substrates, as their curing temperature lies clearly below soldering temperature. In addition the

adhesives are much more flexible than solder and are therefore better able to withstand vibrations.

A further advantage over soldering is that conductive adhesives are lead- and solvent-free.

Potential Applications

  • Die bonding
  • Antennae contacting
  • Flip-chips
  • Anisotropically conductive connections
  • HF shielding
  • 3D-MID

With its Elecolit® range Panacol offers a broad spectrum of electrically conductive adhesives: single-

component adhesives that can be simply applied with dispensers or jets or screen-printed, as well as

two-component products that cure at room temperature and have a long storage life. Innovative

hardener systems in many of the one part epoxy based adhesives develop cure within minutes.

The table below lists a selection of conductive sealing compounds and silver epoxy or acrylate resins

from Panacol. Further products and custom solutions are available on request.

Code Description MSDS TDS