Heraeus showcases low curing temperature polymer pastes for printed electronics

West Conshohocken, PA — Heraeus’ silver, graphene and carbon-based low-temperature pastes utilize state-of-the-art raw materials for connected circuit technology. These polymer-based pastes are used to develop applications in the printed electronics industry such as electrodes, biosensors, printed batteries and membrane switches.

Heraeus provides expertise in paste and polymer production to develop customized products for use by various application methods including screen, gravure, roll-to-roll, flexographic, and ink jet printing.

A new low-temperature polymer conductor for soldering will be highlighted. Heraeus is also developing low temperature polymer metallic materials for conductive bus bars in OLEDs and emerging PV applications. Materials will be available early in 2015.

“Our goal is to provide customers a collaborative, all-encompassing product package and service for developing printed electronics,” said David Malanga, Vice President Business Unit Circuits & Components America. “Heraeus is on the forefront of next generation designs, and with the conductive ink market projected to expand 3.5% a year by 2018. We’re looking forward to sharing new information on our enhanced capabilities and product line at this year’s show.”

Heraeus Precious Metals
W. Conshohocken, PA


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