CONDUCTOSPHERES are a range of lightweight conductive fillers consisting of hollow glass microspheres coated with a thin layer of metal.
They can be incorporated into coatings, composites and adhesives to provide these materials with electrical conductivity and shield against electromagnetic interference (EMI).
Due to their hollow core, CONDUCTOSPHERES have very low particle densities and so provide significant weight reductions over conventional metal fillers.
The CONDUCTOSPHERES range includes silver and nickel products with a variety of particle sizes, densities and crush strengths.
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Custom orders are also available where the properties of the CONDUCTOSPHERES can be tailored to meet the customer's specifications.
The graph below shows typical surface resistivities of coatings containing CONDUCTOSPHERES Silver and CONDUCTOSPHERES Nickel. Further data is available on the flyer below.