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Nanopowders exhibit properties not found with larger, micron sized metals
PChem Associates’ CEO, Dr. Greg Jablonski, announced that PChem’s new high speed,
conductive ink for flexographic printing is available for shipment. The new ink is ideally
suited for high volume production of consumer electronics circuitry in a thickness range
of 500 nanometers to 2 microns on a variety of low cost plastic substrates.
Dr. Jablonski stated, “We see a demand for a conductive ink to support high volume print runs of electronic circuitry for consumer electronics. Our customers need inks that can process quickly; that cure to a high level of conductivity at low temperatures. Our silver nanopowder is the perfect platform for this type of application. The unique properties of our silver nanoparticles make them ideal materials for these types of high volume applications. Our nanopowders exhibit properties not found with larger, micron sized metals, enabling our nanopowder based inks to work where other more traditional inks have failed.”
For additional information on high print speed Nano Ink, contact Jack Kerins or visit www.nanopchem.com
About PChem Associates:
PChem Associates, located in Monmouth Junction NJ, has developed a unique nanomaterial technology for printed electronics. PChem’s technology delivers superior conductivity at a lower cost, with shorter processing times at lower temperatures. The unique silver nanopowder has a clear and distinct advantage when compared to existing alternatives. The technology has broad application with its initial focus on the Printed Electronics Industry.
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