Printed electronics

copper ink for printed electronics
copper ink for printed electronics
copper ink for printed electronics

Printed electronics is normally categorized into three families:

  • Conductors: constitute the biggest volume of a printed circuit (e.g. RFID)
  • Semi-conductors: allow you to build logic in the printed circuit (transistors – switches, diodes etc.)
  • Dielectrics: are there to boost the electric content to allow lower voltage applications and for certain components like capacitors

Copper Nanodispersion 

Applications:

  • Functional pigment for printed inks (downstream formulation required):
    Printed conductive tracks, ultrafine screen features, flexible substrates
  • Printed components: fully printed PCBs, antennas etc.

Key selling points:

  • Nano-copper (approximately 100 nm)
  • Conductive metal
  • Cost-effective alternative to silver
  • Contains only Cu and an antioxidant
  • Cost-effective process due to low CAPEX and OPEX costs
  • Non-oxidised material, standard 50 or 65 wt% Cu available in a range of solvents
copper ink for printed electronics
copper ink for printed electronics

Silver Nanodispersion 

Applications:

  • Functional pigment for printed inks:
    Printed conductive tracks, ultrafine screen features, flexible substrates
  • Printed components: fully printed PCBs, antennas etc.

Key selling points:

  • Nano-silver (approximately 50 nm)
  • Highly conductive metal
  • Used for higher demanding applications
  • Water based dispersion

Please contact us for sales enquiries

printed electronics
printed electronics

Barium Titanate Nanodispersion 

Applications:

  • Dielectric material
  • Capacitors, dielectric for printed components (i.e. Thin Film
    Transistors, diodes), piezoelectric material

Key selling points:

  • Small primary particle size (less than 20 nm)
  • High crystallinity
  • Water based dispersion

Please contact us for sales enquiries

printed electronics
printed electronics
printed electronics

Nickel Nanodispersion 

Applications:

  • Used as a conductor or an electrode material (i.e. solar cells)
  • Used for batteries (Nickel-Iron batteries)

Key selling points:

  • Non-oxidised material
  • Standard 25 wt% Ni available in water or ethanol
  • High crystallinity
printed electronics
printed electronics

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