Electrolube launches versatile new silver conductive adhesive for display applications

Electrolube, a supplier of formulated chemical products to the global electronic, industrial and domestic devices manufacturing sectors, will be launching a versatile new silver conductive adhesive at APEX Expo 2014 in Las Vegas (March 25-27). The product will be of particular interest to designers and manufacturers of liquid crystal displays (LCDs) and liquid crystal monitors (LCMs) who seek to improve the efficiency of their manufacturing processes.

Dubbed SCPH, this new silver conductive adhesive is suitable for the assembly of cellphone display modules, tablets and similar products that incorporate flat screen displays. It offers excellent electrical conductivity and good adhesion to most substrates, especially indium tin oxide and colour filter substrates.

Significantly, SCPH is not dissolved by Tuffy conformal coatings, which are frequently applied to the electrodes of flat panel displays. This means that it can be coated with Tuffy alternately, which greatly simplifies the assembly process and results in marked improvements to production efficiency.

SCPH is suitable for use with fast-action, automatic dispensing equipment and will cure at ambient temperatures within ten minutes. It is halogen and antimony free, and requires no special storage conditions.

Recently launched in China, where it has met with considerable success among manufacturers of touchscreen products, SCPH silver conductive adhesive will be unveiled next to US audiences at APEX Expo (booth 2119), Las Vegas, March 25-27 2014 and the Design-2-Part show on May 7-8 in Schaumburg, Illinois.

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