Conductive Coatings Conductive Pens
Conductive Pens are used by professional or hobbyists to create and repair conductive traces in prototype or malfunctioning circuits.
Conductive Pens are used for repairing conductive traces, or by the hobbyist, conductive pens make it easy to repair or draw conductive traces. The pens dispense acrylic lacquer which is pigmented with carbon powder, nickel or silver flake dependent on the application and required volume resistivity.
Kemtron’s partnership with MG Chemicals enables us to offer a full range of EMI shielding and conductive paints to provide protection against EMI (electromagnetic interference) and RFI (radio frequency interference).
- Carbon Conductive Pen
- Nickel Conductive Pen
- Silver Conductive Pen
Carbon Conductive Pens are used to connect grounds in prototypes, draw resistors, or restoring conductivity to contact surfaces.
Nickel Conductive Pens are used to draw traces on circuit boards, repair damaged traces on printed circuit boards (PCBs) and other electronic boards, the Nickel conductive pens can be used for filling gaps in EMI/RFI shielding.
Silver Copper Pens are used on printed mixing boards, circuit boards, and other electronic circuits for repairing damage or to create conductive traces.