SAN JOSE, Calif. Dow Corning Corp. said Tuesday (Aug. 31) it is expanding its presence in the organic materials market by introducing five new products in its family of conductive silver inks.
According to the company, the new products support a range of electronics applications such as smart cards, RFID tags, flexible circuits and antennas for handheld devices.
The new products include thermoset and thermoplastic materials. The company said an array of drying and curing profiles are available, including polyethylene terephthalate and polyvinyl chloride.
Dow Corning also optimized surface finishes to enhance electron flow in certain applications.
The new conductive inks are the first organic materials to emerge from Dow Corning since it entered the $7 billion specialty organics market earlier earlier this year with its PI-2000 highly conductive silver ink.