Dissipative Coating Adheres To Variety Of Surfaces

July 1, 2001
While maintaining translucence and conductivity from 106 to 108, Licron static dissipative coating adheres to metals, plastics, paints and most other surfaces. Finely milled electro-conductive powder is used as the conductive pigment. And the

While maintaining translucence and conductivity from 106 to 108, Licron static dissipative coating adheres to metals, plastics, paints and most other surfaces. Finely milled electro-conductive powder is used as the conductive pigment. And the solvent-based acrylic matrix is said to be very durable, with the coating said to work in humidity levels from 0% to 100%.

Company: TECHSPRAY

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