Linqstat Electrically Conductive and Antistatic Plastic Film

Linqstat Electrically Conductive & Antistatic Plastic Film

Mate­ri­als such as paper, tex­tile, and plas­tic con­tain an equal num­ber of pos­i­tive and neg­a­tive charge, i.e., they are elec­tri­cal­ly bal­anced. Fric­tion is known to dis­turb the bal­ance caus­ing the mate­r­i­al to get elec­tri­cal­ly charged.

The lev­el of charge then starts get­ting affect­ed by the speed of con­tact, mate­r­i­al, type, tem­per­a­ture, and sev­er­al oth­er fac­tors. Once the charge starts get­ting affect­ed, it exerts a force on the near­by objects and the issues caused are dust cling­ing to prod­ucts, prod­ucts cling­ing to rollers, and mate­ri­als curl­ing, tear­ing, and jam­ming.

The sta­t­ic charge keeps on build­ing in these mate­ri­als and caus­es the unde­sired instances.
But, the anti­sta­t­ic plas­tic films pro­vide a decay of charge, from hun­dreds to sev­er­al sec­onds that pre­vent­ing the accu­mu­la­tions of charge. And, the con­duc­tive films deliv­er a sur­face resis­tiv­i­ty of 101 to 106 ohm per square.

CAPLINQ takes proud in offer­ing its Lin­q­s­tat brand­ed elec­tri­cal and anti­sta­t­ic plas­tic film. Lin­q­s­tat VCF, MVCF, and XVCF series plas­tic sheets are black, car­bon, and vol­ume con­duc­tive poly­eth­yl­ene film that is designed to offer sta­t­ic and phys­i­cal pro­tec­tion in numer­ous devices.

The film is flexible, heat-sealable, and also offers incredible abrasion resistance.

  • The VCF anti­sta­t­ic plas­tic film series has a sur­face resis­tance of <20,000 ohm-cm. With its ground­ing nature, it offers medi­um lev­el sta­t­ic pro­tec­tion and is use­ful in the appli­ca­tions where our main aim is to bal­ance both cost v/s per­for­mance. This series is unaf­fect­ed by humid­i­ty and gives good ther­mal sta­bil­i­ty as well chem­i­cal resis­tance. It has a stan­dard thick­ness range from 65μm to 200μm and is avail­able in sheet, tubes, V fold, and C fold ver­sion.
  • The MVCF series has a sur­face resis­tance of <50,000 ohm-cm. Being sur­face con­duc­tive, it is use­ful for appli­ca­tions that have a large sur­face and expect the large pres­sure appli­ca­tions. It pro­vides anti-sta­t­ic pro­tec­tion to the elec­tron­ic com­po­nents and also meets the mil­i­tary spec­i­fi­ca­tion MIL-P-82646A. As an anti­sta­t­ic plas­tic film, you can also use it as an anti­sta­t­ic inter leaver for smart card appli­ca­tions.
  • The XVCF series is sim­i­lar to our stan­dard VCF series, but with the high­er con­duc­tive car­bon and a denser poly­mer mix. The high car­bon con­tent gives us low­er resis­tance as well as high­er con­duc­tiv­i­ty.

We also offer grades of XVCF series films includ­ing XVCF-BTS Series and XVCF-ALS Series. The BTS series gives us low­er resis­tance and high­er con­duc­tiv­i­ty. And the ALS series is the most con­duc­tive till now!

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

About Chris Perabo

Chris is an energetic and enthusiastic engineer and entrepreneur. He is always interested in taking highly technical subjects and distilling these to their essence so that even the layman can understand. He loves to get into the technical details of an issue and then understand how it can be useful for specific customers and applications. Chris is currently the Director of Business Development at CAPLINQ.

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