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Conductive, Pressure-Sensitive Tapes Resist Stress

Long-term stability and resistance to environmental stress are key features of a line of electrically-conductive, pressure-sensitive adhesive tapes. Combining good bond strength and high tack, the adhesives are highly conductive in the z-axis, exhibiting 10-milliohm/sq. in. volume resistance for electrical grounding. The tapes can be used to interconnect, ground and shield products and include ARclad 8001, ARclad 8257 and Flexshield 8269 varieties.
ARclad 8001 is a high-tack, double-coated pressure-sensitive adhesive system that utilizes an electrically conductive adhesive and demonstrates excellent conductivity in the X, Y and Z axes. ARclad 8257 is an electrically conductive pressure-sensitive transfer adhesive offering instant, high-strength bonding and fast application. It is suited for use in fabricating die cut components used in instrumentation. Flexshield 8269 is also suited for use in instrumentation and portable electronics.

Company: ADHESIVES RESEARCH INC.

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