SKU: FCNCA Combo Category:

TS1331, TS1334, TU5236 & TE5237 Combination

Four Adhesive Combination Pack

Flexible adhesive combination packs including conductive and non-conductive materials.

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TS1331, TS1334, TU5236 & TE5237 Combination

  • Sample includes three 3cc syringes of each
  • Ships frozen via FedEx
  • Shipping and handling included

Product Descriptions

TS1331 is a silver filled, solvent free, one component conductive adhesive that remains stretchable following thermal cure. This conductive adhesive was designed for bonding to flexible substrates and accommodates interface stresses and strains during bending. TS1331 is both electrically and thermally conductive and can be used in a broad range of applications.

TS1334 is a stretchable adhesive with superior electrical conductivity. It is a silver filled, one component epoxy that can be deposited using stencil, syringe, or jet dispensing. The adhesive was designed for bonding components to compliant substrates and remains stretchable following thermal cure. This highly compliant material lowers the stress risers at the bonded interface and accommodates bending and flexing in a variety of applications.

TU5236 is a stretchable non-conductive epoxy used to bond components in flexible and stretchable systems and to manage thermal expansion mismatches in rigid packaging solutions. The NCA can be used in concert with ACI’s conductive adhesives, TS133X series, to create an effective surface mount attachment on flexible and stretchable substrates. It can be used with traditional deposition processes and cures with low shrinkage. TU5236 exhibits a unique combination of high compliance, high shear strength, and high adhesion to a broad range of materials.

TE5237 is an epoxy based glob top encapsulant that remains stretchable following thermal cure. The encapsulant can be used in combination with ACI’s stretchable ECAs and NCAs for interconnect solutions. The material can also be used as a standalone to electrically insulate and protect components mounted to flexible and stretchable systems, or for rigid systems to manage stresses arising from large thermal expansion mismatches.