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CAPLINQ LINQSTAT™ MVCF-Series is a black, carbon-filled, electrically conductive polyethylene plastic film designed to provide both physical and static protection. Having a surface resistance of <50,000 ohm-cm,
(5 x 10^4 Ω-cm) it offers medium-level static protection which means it effectively avoids accumulation of electric charge on itself and the products which it protects. Its easy-grounding nature makes it ideal for packaging where electrostatic contamination is a problem.
Please note that of the Caplinq Linqstat MVCF-Series the MVCF-8S10K-Series is only surface conductive and not volume conductive.
CAPLINQ LINQSTAT™ MVCF-Series is useful in applications where the key is to balance cost versus performance. As a medium-level conductive plastic, the carbon-loading is such that it is low-enough to be cost-effective, while being high enough to meet the electrical requirements of military specification MIL-PRF-81705D Type II and MIL-P-82646A.
CAPLINQ LINQSTAT™ MVCF-Series film and its conductivity are unaffected by humidity and age. The film is heat-sealable, flexible and offers exceptional abrasion resistance. The film gives good thermal stability and has outstanding chemical resistance. It has a standard thickness range from 65μm to 200μm (0.0025” to 0.008”) and is available in sheeting, tubing, V-fold and C-fold versions. Roll lengths and widths vary depending on thickness and application.
In sheet form (LINQSTAT MVCF-S Series), the conductive polyethylene is used as a weak pressure sensor making it useful for applications that have large surface areas and expect large pressure applications. For more sensitive pressure sensor applications, CAPLINQ recommends LINQSTAT XVCF-Series, which is a more-conductive series of polyethylene plastics. As an antistatic packaging plastic, it is also used as a antistatic interleaver for Smartcard (micromodule) applications to separate subsequent layers of smartcard chips in micromodule production.
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Since they do not hold static charge when grounded, LINQSTAT is commonly used as waste container drum liners for holding explosive chemicals that could be ignited by a static-caused spark, or dry chemicals, that tend to cling to ordinary nonconductive static laden plastics.
The film and its conductivity are unaffected by humidity and age. The film is heat-sealable, flexible and offers exceptional abrasion resistance. The film gives good thermal stability and has outstanding chemical resistance. It is often used in the ordnance industry (an industry that deals with military equipment, specifically weapons and ammunitions) as waste container liners. It's easy to understand that ignitable ammunition and static charges don't mix well, so these LINQSTAT bags are great for these applications. The conductive bags meet electrical requirements of the military specification MIL-P-82646A.
LINQSTAT has a standard thickness range from 65µm to 200µm (0.0025" to 0.008") and is available in sheeting, tubing, V-fold and C-fold versions. Roll lengths and widths vary depending on thickness and application. Other variations may be available.
The following information is specifically related to each unit of measure of LINQSTAT MVCF 10,000 Ohms/sq 8 mil Surface Conductive Film. If you which to compare this to other product sizes, click on the respective product from the list above and check here for values specific to that product. These values are taken from our internal database and are used in the calculation of the gross weight and packaging dimensions of the goods during shipping. You can use these values to to approximate delivery charges using your own carrier.
Each unit of LINQSTAT MVCF 10,000 Ohms/sq 8 mil Surface Conductive Film has the following:
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