Dave Savastano, Editor05.20.15
Flexible and printed electronics are finding new opportunities in numerous fields, including automotive seat heaters, biosensors, keyboards, touch screens and more. For Henkel Electronic Materials, these fields provide excellent opportunities for its conductive ink and coating technologies.
Henkel Electronic Materials was formed in 2008, when Henkel acquired the National Starch Adhesives group, including Acheson Printed Inks. Today, Henkel offers conductive, dielectric and thick film functional inks and coatings for a wide range of applications. These inks and coatings can be printed by screen, flexo and gravure on flexible or rigid substrates, and can be dried or cured through heat or UV curing.
Henkel’s conductive inks and coatings are found in numerous applications, including flexible circuits for membrane touch switches, desktop and notebook keyboards, touch screens, heating elements, automotive sensors, biosensors, EKG/ECG electrodes, antennas for contactless smart car
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