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MG Chemicals 838AR - Total Ground Carbon Conductive Paint

MG Chemicals 838AR – Total Ground Carbon Conductive Paint

Discover the MG Chemicals 838AR – Conductive Carbon Paint, your ultimate solution to grounding and shielding applications. This superb carbon paint is highly conductive, durable and abrasion-resistant, making it perfect for a range of industrial processes. Its excellent adhesion to plastics and strong corrosion resistance make it highly versatile, even suitable for use in marine environments. The MG Chemicals 838AR sets itself apart with its ability to provide over 52 dB of RFI shielding at frequencies less than 1 MHz. Trust in the MG Chemicals 838AR for your grounding needs and experience unparalleled conductive performance. Act now and elevate your industrial processes with this ground-breaking carbon paint.

MG Chemicals 838AR – Total Ground Carbon Conductive Paint

Product Overview

The MG Chemicals 838AR is a highly conductive carbon paint designed for numerous applications. This paint consists of a solvent-based acrylic lacquer, pigmented with highly conductive carbon powder, making it an efficient solution for grounding, electric contact, and shielding applications. Its unique formulation renders it a smooth, durable and abrasion-resistant product with excellent adhesion properties, particularly for most injection-moulded plastics.

Key Features and Properties

One of the notable attributes of this conductive paint is its ease of application. It can be applied by brush or spray, offering great flexibility depending on your project requirements. Additionally, it boasts a quick dry time, eliminating the need for a heat cure and speeding up your process.

The MG Chemicals 838AR provides strong adhesion to various plastics, including ABS, PVC, nylon and polycarbonate. This makes it a versatile solution for a broad range of applications on different surfaces.

Furthermore, this conductive paint offers strong corrosion resistance. It can withstand harsh conditions, including marine environments, making it a reliable option for outdoor and challenging applications.

Another key quality of this product is its shielding capabilities. It provides more than 52 dB of RFI shielding at frequencies less than 1 MHz, making it ideal for low-frequency RFI shielding applications.

Moreover, it is safe on polystyrenes due to its mild solvent system, making it friendly to a wider range of materials. It is also HAP free as it does not contain any harmful substances such as toluene or xylene, ensuring a safer work environment.

Applications

The MG Chemicals 838AR conductive paint is versatile and can be used in a wide range of applications. It is excellent for use as a grounding paint, ensuring a secure and efficient ground connection in your devices and systems.

As an electric contact paint, it can help improve the conductivity of your connections, ensuring that your devices operate efficiently and reliably.

With its shielding properties, it can serve as a carbon shielding paint for low-frequency RFI shielding applications. This makes it perfect for shielding metal detectors and other devices where a metal-filled conductive paint would cause malfunction.

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