Carbon-Based

Conductive Pigments

These carbon-based conductive pigments, both micron-sized powders and nano-sized suspensions, are to be used for the production of a variety of conductive inks, paints, and pastes from proprietary carbon-based feedstocks. Industry standard, expensive base materials, such as silver are at least 50% more expensive than these products. These costly base materials are replaced with our electrically conductive product materials that will reduce cost, weight, and curing times.

Minus 100’s conductive products can be included in, but not limited to:

  • Electronic Circuits

  • Heating Elements

  • Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags

  • Photovoltaic Components

  • Electronic Displays

  • Keyboards

  • Lighting

  • Household appliances

  • Enhancement of electrical, thermal, and optical properties of final printed material

  • Conductive Pigments for inks, paints, and pastes.
     

Carbon allotropes, specifically treated for increasing electrical conductivity of coatings, may play an important role in offering an alternative to the use of metallic particles and carbon-black. These new conductive carbon allotropes will provide an economic option both in cost and overall weight where these concerns are mission critical.

Conductive Ink