Dow’s new conductive adhesive supplies electromagnetic shielding

Dow’s new DOWSIL EC-6601 Electrically Conductive Adhesive is a silicone adhesive that’s designed for electromagnetic compatibility. It combines shielding towards electromagnetic interference throughout a spread of frequencies with sturdy mechanical and conductive properties over time. Dow showcased the brand new adhesive at a latest battery expo, together with the corporate’s EA-4700 CV Adhesive, which bonds metals and plastics for electronics meeting and affords low ranges of unstable condensable supplies. Dow additionally highlighted latest expansions past its portfolio of thermally conductive supplies, together with thermally conductive adhesives, encapsulants, and hole fillers. The corporate mentioned these supplies mirror the altering calls for from customers of thermal supplies for merchandise with each high-performance capabilities and high-volume throughput. Jeroen Bello, Senior Advertising Supervisor for New Applied sciences at Dow, mentioned, “The impact of elevated electromagnetic interference in rising automotive purposes spanning electrification, autonomy, and 5G connectivity is driving demand for supplies with wonderful electrical conductivity, long-lasting efficiency, and robust EMI shielding. DOWSIL EC-6601 Adhesive supplies this distinctive mixture of properties and bonds to a wide range of substrates. Dow is investing in options that tackle efficiency challenges and allow high-volume meeting in markets the place connectivity, reliability, productiveness, and the power to fulfill particular regulatory necessities are particularly necessary.” Supply: Dow