As with most product lines, our LINQSTAT line of electrically conductive plastic films has grown so much that it has outgrown its original purpose. Originally designed to be a line of […]
A question came in to us recently about the right electrically conductive plastic for pressure sensors, which we felt was worth answering publicly. The minimum thickness suitable for pressure sensors […]
In a previous article LINQSTAT: Volume Resistivity vs. Volume Conductivity vs. Surface Resistivity where we describe the differences between Volume Resistivity and Surface Resistivity, we also raise the question, “Why does […]
When customers look at the technical datasheet (TDS) for LINQSTAT Volume Conductive Film, they often are confused by the electrical properties. The 3M Velostat material lists only Volume Resistivity as […]
A recent customer request prompted this post. The customer was laminating the Linqstat film to another substrate and was asking if CAPLINQ could provide some technical specifications and lamination guidelines. […]
If you are in the midst of a house renovation, or are planning on doing one, LINQSTAT Volume-Conductive Film, a 3M Velostat alternative material is the perfect, cost-effective way to shield your […]
We recently received a query whether LINQSTAT electrically conductive plastic will conduct electricity through thickness? Will this electrically conductive plastic be suitable for the manufacture of a polymer based battery? The reason […]
Are you paying too much for 3M Velostat 1704 & 3M 1708? LINQSTAT™ VCF-Series is a black, carbon-filled, volume-conductive polyethylene film velostat alternative that meets military spec MIL-P-82646A commonly used as a static control material.