Linqstat Electrically Conductive and Antistatic Plastic Film

CAPLINQ’s Range Of Electrically Conductive Plastic Films

There are var­i­ous mate­ri­als such as tex­tile, paper, and plas­tic that con­tain equal num­ber of charges. This lev­el of charge only gets affect­ed by the oth­er type of mate­ri­als com­ing in con­tact with it, tem­per­a­ture, and var­i­ous oth­er fac­tors. Once the charge is affect­ed, sta­t­ic charge starts to build that caus­es the unwant­ed instances. CAPLINQ offers a range of car­bon loaded poly­eth­yl­ene (PE) based LIN­Q­S­TAT-brand­ed elec­tri­cal­ly con­duc­tive and anti­sta­t­ic plas­tic film.

Anti­sta­t­ic plas­tics typ­i­cal­ly have a sur­face resis­tance less than 100,000 ohms-per-square. While the elec­tri­cal­ly con­duc­tive plas­tic films offers sur­face resis­tiv­i­ty less than 200,000 ohm-per-square and can go as low as 200 ohms-per-square. Our elec­tri­cal­ly con­duc­tive plas­tic film con­sists of VCF, MVCF, and XVCF series. This series is a car­bon-filled black vol­ume con­duc­tive poly­eth­yl­ene film that is designed to offer both sta­t­ic and phys­i­cal pro­tec­tion in numer­ous appli­ca­tions.

These films along with their con­duc­tiv­i­ty remain unaf­fect­ed by age and humid­i­ty. More­over, it is flex­i­ble, heat-seal­able, and offers incred­i­ble abra­sion resis­tance. It also gives good ther­mal abil­i­ty, has an out­stand­ing chem­i­cal resis­tance, and has a stan­dard thick­ness range of 65–200 micron.

The dif­fer­ent grade of mate­ri­als allows users to get a wide range of pos­si­ble appli­ca­tions. Appli­ca­tions of Elec­tri­cal­ly Con­duc­tive Plas­tic Films The most com­mon appli­ca­tion of the con­duc­tive poly­eth­yl­ene is that can be used as a pres­sure sen­sor. Lin­q­s­tat MVCF Film: The MVCF series comes with a sur­face resis­tance of <50,000 ohm-cm. Being sur­face con­duc­tive, it is used as a weak pres­sure sen­sor that makes it use­ful for appli­ca­tions with large sur­face areas.

Linqstat XVCF Electrically Conductive Plastic Film

Lin­q­s­tat XVCF Film: The XVCF series has a sur­face resis­tance of <20,000 ohm-cm. With the denser poly­mer mix and high­ly con­duc­tive car­bon, these films are used for more sen­si­tive pres­sure sen­sor appli­ca­tions.

Fur­ther­more, the oth­er Lin­q­s­tat poly­eth­yl­ene and poly­imide films can also be used as an anti­sta­t­ic pack­ag­ing plas­tic and inter­leaver for smart­card appli­ca­tions. Also, the anti­sta­t­ic prop­er­ties of elec­tri­cal­ly con­duc­tive plas­tic makes them well-suit­ed for RF and EMI shield­ing.

A spe­cial appli­ca­tion of poly­imide films with con­duc­tive lay­er of alu­minum is in mul­ti­lay­er insu­la­tion blan­kets of space and air­crafts.

Fur­ther­more, next to this range, we also offer a selec­tion of poly­imide films and tapes that are cov­ered with anti­sta­t­ic and con­duc­tive lay­ers.

To know more regard­ing our Elec­tri­cal­ly con­duc­tive plas­tic films, you can vis­it www.caplinq.com. You can also con­tact us if you have any queries regard­ing con­duc­tive and anti­sta­t­ic mate­ri­als.

About Renee de Schepper

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *