- Sintering Temperature – 100 ºC
- Particle Size - 5 microns
- Composition – Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes
- Sintering Time – Half hour
- Shell Life - 6 months in an unopened container
- Smooth Surface
- High Coverage
- Outstanding adhesion
- Battery Life > 8 hours+
- Printing with high throughput
- Stability >6 months+
- Rapid Drying
Specifications and Features Carbon Ink
Carbon ink is one of the most adaptable and common materials in printed and plastic electronics. This is because carbon itself may take on various forms, each of which has unique physical characteristics. Among others, carbon can be found in its most prevalent forms in graphite, diamond, carbon black, activated carbons, graphene, and carbon nanotubes. Different types of carbon used to make ink each have unique and varied qualities that are influenced by the type of carbon used to make the ink.
Because of its lubricious nature, the ink has excellent thermal stability and low friction. Additionally, they have a low reactivity to solvents and other compounds and are chemically inert. Our carbon conductive ink has exceptional adherence to glass, Kapton, Mylar, and many other substrates, and they may be applied by screen printing, dipping, and syringe dispensing. The ink is highly resistant to abrasion, scratching, flexing, and creasing in contrast to traditional conductive materials. Carbon conductive ink must be functionalized to function as gas sensors or biological sensors with good selectivity. Amorphous carbon, the base material for carbon black ink, can be an excellent electrical conductor but has poor thermal conductivity. On the other hand, activated carbons have high surface areas and produce carbon ink suitable for electrodes in electrochemical cells, including batteries, supercapacitors, and electrochemical sensors.
Our product is an aqueous paste of fine carbon particle formulation makes it appropriate for high-resolution printing and deposition, producing consistent, smooth, and high-quality films. The produced films offer outstanding mechanical characteristics, flexibility, and moisture and humidity resistance. Heating between room temperature and 150°C is used to cure.
Properties of Carbon Ink
- Excellent long-term stability >6 months
- Printing performance with high throughput
- Impressive battery life (> 8 hours)
- 60 ppm/oC Thermal Coefficient of Resistance
- Specific resistivity paste systems are available.
- Electrical conductivity is high (20 ohm/sqr/mil).
- Outstanding adhesion to various substrates, including FR4, PET, glass, perovskite solar cells, and metals.
- excellent resistance to mechanical abrasion
- After sintering, the surface is smooth.
- High coverage allows for less paste use.
- Compatibility for flatbed and rotational screen printing
- Outstanding durability
- Curing at a low temperature
- Compatibility with various substrates
- Rapid drying
- It can manufacture disposable, biodegradable, and sustainable electronics, which is essential and appealing.
Applications of Carbon Ink
It is ideal for printing on flexible surfaces like paper, textiles, polymer films, and many more. It is beneficial for manufacturing conductive tracks, capacitive sensors, antennas, electromagnetic shielding coatings, photovoltaic coatings, and wearable electronics components.
The product is helpful for Biomedical sensors, membrane touch switches, aerospace, printed heaters, automotive, electrodes, printed resistors, keyboards, thin-film photovoltaics, and perovskite solar cells. The product explores usage in wearable technology that is stretchy and washable, as well as encapsulants and adhesives.
How to Use Carbon Ink
- The operator should wear gloves.
- The apparatus must be clean, and the surface must be free of dust, waste, and other material.
- It must be prepared uniformly before using it, with a viscometer used to detect viscosity within the specified range, and the ink must be closed promptly after usage.
- Before printing, all surfaces must be cleaned of plate oil, oxide, and other contaminants. QA must validate all carbon plates before going into full production.
- It can be applied by screen, stencil, or inkjet printing.
- It can be used with polyester and stainless-steel mesh, with various mesh sizes.
When exposed to excessive water, the ink may smudge or spill on certain paper types. For optimal results, use absorbent paper and let it cure for 24 hours before introducing it to water.
This ink includes pigment particles that, if allowed to dry within a pen, can cause blockage. When using the product, we recommend cleaning your equipment/pens every 4 to 6 weeks or if you are not going to use it for a week or more.
Why Choose Us?
Shilpa Enterprises is well known for its high standard of service and competitive pricing. We produce Carbon ink of the highest caliber, which is perfect for R&D projects. With more than ten years of expertise in the chemical industry, our staff is among the best on the market. To meet our customer's needs, we offer product customization on demand. We are skilled at meeting global quality standards because we have a specialist QA staff. Our professionals provide product guidance and support to clients 24 seven. We accept orders in bulk or individual quantity. The product is available in 50ml, 100ml, 250ml, 500ml, and 1L pack sizes. Working with us will guarantee your entire satisfaction. We can ship our products to any location in the world. Contact us to place orders or learn more about our products through our contact page.
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