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Potters Industries

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Potters Industries
Silver-coated glass fiber. Possesses high conductivity and shielding effectiveness of silver with the lightweight properties of glass. Provides good conductivity at relatively low loading... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives>Hot-melts
  • Sealants>Pre-formed tape / Gasket
Potters Industries
Silver-coated aluminum. Used for electronic packaging applications requiring electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding properties. Provides very good conductivity. Application : silicone... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives>Hot-melts
  • Sealants>Pre-formed tape / Gasket
  • Electrical & Electronic Bonding>Thermally & Electrically conductive
Potters Industries
Silver-coated glass grains. Possesses high conductivity and shielding effectiveness of silver with the lightweight properties of glass. Provides good conductivity at relatively low loading... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives>Hot-melts
  • Sealants>Pre-formed tape / Gasket
Potters Industries
Silver-coated aluminum. Used for electronic packaging applications requiring electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding properties. Provides very good conductivity. Application : silicone... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives>Hot-melts
  • Sealants>Pre-formed tape / Gasket
  • Electrical & Electronic Bonding>Thermally & Electrically conductive
Conductive, hollow ceramic. Possesses low density, lightweight, chemically inertness and very good physical and electrical properties. Enhances dispersion and rheology of resin matrix. Used as... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives>Hot-melts
  • Sealants>Pre-formed tape / Gasket
  • Electrical & Electronic Bonding>Thermally & Electrically conductive
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