A High Temperature Conductive Paint Conductive adhesive 502 is a combination of specially processed carbon particles in a fluoroelastomer resin system designed to provide high resistance values. In its cured form, it exhibits both high and low temperature flexibility and moisture resistance.
Advantages: – Withstands ambient temperatures of over 500°F (260°C) – Remains flexible over temperature range of -40°F to over 500°F (260°C) – Cures at room temperature – Good adhesion to a variety of substrate – Excellent oxidation resistance – Ready to use – easy to apply
Typical Properties (as supplied) Pigment : Specially Processed Carbon Binder : Fluoroelastomer Diluent : MethylEethylKketone (MEK) Color : Black Consistency : Fluid Density : 7.2lbs/gal (0.87 kg/l) Solid content by weight : 13% Viscosity : 600 ± 200 mPas (Brookfield RVT @ 20rpm) Flask point : 23°F (-°5C)
Typical Properties (as cured) Color : Black Max service Temperature : 525°F (275°C) Sheet resistance : 130 ± 100 ohms/sq.in./ 1 mil dry film Shelf life for this product is one year under original seal. Store in cool place
Drying Air drying of the product is adequate for most applications. To assure complete solvent loss, the coating can be baked for 15 minutes at 302°F (150°C).