Industrial electroconductive paint, graphite based
In order to respond to requests of different companies and craftsmen, and architects for murals environments, we have studied the conductive paint.
These paints are used mainly for download electrostatic or temporary charges from purely insulating substrates, such as wood or plastic.
The uses of the mural electroconductive paint are various, usually to create shields for electrostatic charges or electromagnetic fields.
The color of these paints is essentially black due to the high concentration of graphite.
Our conductive paints are compliant to RoHS (for use in electronic equipment) and subsequent amendments to the Directive.
Unfortunately we are not able to provide further details for the use of these paints as most of the professional users perform different operations and assess their conductivities often without providing details. The conductivity of these paints is difficult to assess and it depends essentially on the dried paint layer in terms of thickness and three-dimensionality (like a cable) and the method of application (spray, roller, brush).
To increase the conductivity is always possible to apply multiple layers of paint.
If the artifact must have resistances as a lacquered normal surface, an overcoat with a paint that meets the strength requirements is required.
In order to permit evaluation of the effect, and for small surfaces, a test kit of the product is available; for information please do not hesitate to contact us.
The effect can be layed-on:
– metal (iron, aluminium, brass etc …)
– plastics (ABS, ABS-PC, etc …)