Adhesives for Electrostatic Discharge Protection

Conductive adhesives are often used to dissipate electrical or electrostatic charges. Electrically conductive adhesives can also be applied as a protective coating for components against magnetic fields or radio-frequency interference.

Safety electronics, such as lane or braking assistants in cars, or electronics that react sensitively to electrostatic charges in various applications must be protected from electrostatic charges. This can be achieved by coating the sensitive components with conductive adhesives, which provide ESD (electrostatic discharge) protection and EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) shielding.

Here you will find a selection of conductive adhesives from Panacol that are suitable for use as shielding. Further products and custom solutions are available on request.

Conductive Adhesive Application Viscosity [mPas] Base Curing* Properties
Elecolit® 3025 bonding heat-sensitve components 80,000-90,000 2 component epoxy thermal
room temperature
electrically conductive (ICA)
thermally conductive
Elecolit® 3036 bonding heat-sensitve components
bonding flexible circuits
paste-like 2 component epoxy thermal
room temperature
electrically conductive (ICA)
thermally conductive
Elecolit® 336 bonding heat-sensitve components paste-like 2 component epoxy thermal, room temperature electrically conductive (ICA)
thermally conductive
Elecolit® 342 ESD protection 1,000-2,000 acrylate thermal electrically conductive (ICA)
thermally conductive