Electronics

Our materials represent the latest solutions for the application of conductive and anti-static materials. These solutions include POM AS, POM ELS, PVDF ELS, PEEK ELS, PET, PC, PEEK, PPS, and PAI. We also supply composite materials, such as FR-4, CEM-1, and G11, along with soldering jig materials. All our materials are lead-free (and RoHS-compliant).

In many branches of industry, technical plastics play an important role in enhancing one's competitive edge and boosting cost-efficiency. Plastics have many beneficial properties: they are not only lightweight but also resistant to heat and chemicals, even in challenging conditions. Anti-static and conductive materials are commonly used in semi-finished plastic products. We offer an extensive range of services to the semiconductor industry, from the production of silicon discs to the testing of finished products.

THE STRENGTHS OF PLASTIC MATERIALS

  • high thermo-mechanical strength
  • suitability for conductive and semi-conductive materials
  • low thermal expansion
  • good resistance to wear
  • good resistance to chemicals (acids, alkalis, greases and solvents, hydrogen peroxide, demineralised water, and hot vapours)


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Plastic materials’ conductivity

ELECTRICALLY CONDUCTIVE (102–106 S/m)

  • POM ELS
  • PEEK ELS
  • PVDF ELS
  • PEI ELS
  • PE ELS

ANTI-STATIC (resistivity of 107–1011 ohms/square)

  • POM AS
  • PVC ESD
  • PC AS
  • PMMA AS
  • PE AS
  • Composite materials

INSULATING MATERIALS 1012

  • POM
  • PEEK
  • PA
  • PET
  • PE
  • PVC
  • PP
  • PC
  • PPS
  • Composite materials

Diagrams for comparison purposes

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SURFACE RESISTANCE AS A FUNCTION OF OPERATING TEMPERATURE

THERMAL EXPANSION COEFFICIENT

MATERIAL × APPLICATION

CONDUCTIVE AND SEMI-CONDUCTIVE PLASTIC MATERIALS