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Application ideas for conductive, solderable polymer coating?


We accidentally invented a nickel-based polymer coating that can be sprayed brushed or dipped on virtually any substrate (metals, most plastics, glass, etc.). Once cured, the surface becomes conductive, solderable and very corrosion resistant.

Does anyone have any ideas, regarding application possibilities?

Ed Greenwood
- Jackson Heights, New York


I would like to know more about your nickel-based polymer coating. If I could use this, I would want to web coat a 1um or less coating on PET. I am not sure I would have a use for it, but it does have me curious.

Dave Coleman
- Tucson, Arizona, USA


I am also interested in this nickel based conductive polymer.

Jim Branum
- Charlotte, North Carolina


I work in optical packaging development and can think of multiple uses for such a coating. I would like to obtain more details about its properties. Particularly, I would be interested in typical surface roughness and adhesion to glass substrates.

Mike Miller
- Austin, Texas, U.S.A.


I would like to get more detail on the properties of your conductive coating. I would like to use it to screen print electrical circuits on a plastic substrate for automotive lighting applications.

John A. Forish
Avilla, Indiana


I am really interested in conductive polymer composites, however I can not find enough information about the manufacture and types of these polymers. Thank you for your considerations.

Osman Babacan
- Ankara, TURKEY


I am interested in your conductive nickel polymer. What is the conductivity?

Jim Browne
Btechcorp - Brentwood, Tennessee, USA


I'm interested in your conductive polymer. Please contact with me, I have additional questions.

Narine Tovmasyan
- Ste-Foy, Quebec, Canada


I work on polymer optical device, I want to know more about solutions and polaron in coductive polymer.

Maryam Karimi
ITRC - Tehran


I would like you to have some informations of your conductive nickel and testing methods used to define the resistance properties.

Thank you very much,

Sylvain Cerene
- Gloucester, United Kingdom


Please contact me regarding an application on plastic.

Richard Edgar
- Powell, Ohio


Hello -

I am very interested in your nickel based conductive polymer. Also, I'm interested in experiences that other posters have had with conductive polymers.


Eric Boughner
- Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania


I would like to know more about your conductive polymer.

Daniel Kocka
- Cleveland, Ohio USA

June 30, 2011

Hi, I'm trying to find if anyone has sourced a transparent/clear conductive coating that can be applied to inanimate objects made of wood or plastic. We wish to apply the coating to the object so that when it is touched, it carries the charge from user to the surface where the object is resting.

I noticed that someone had discovered RB-048, at, how did that work out for you?

Any suggestions from the group?

Leigh Angus
inventor - Sydney, Australia

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