As part of technical raw material developed and experienced since 2006 for electronic application, the conductive paper 1K has especially been designed as electrode layers for the custom fabrication of touch sensors and especially force sensing resistors.
It can also be used for its piezoresistive behavior under compression but the conductive paper 100K is more interesting for such applications.
This paper was also used for the design of anti-static or shielding materials, heat power transfer, temperature and humidity sensing or else as an electrode or functional layer in various components such as power sources.
This paper ca be disposed as standard sheets (A5, A4 or 1 Foot Square) or else as bigger sheets on request. The PLK-1K paper was intensively studied and we can provide the following specifications for our current stock:
|TF Surface Resistance||0.9 Ohms / Sq|
|BF Surface Resistance||
|Electrical Volume Resistance||0.7 * 10-5 Ohms.m|
|Single page variability||< 5%|
|Page to Page variability||< 10%|
|Roughness TF||10 microns|
|Roughness BF||7 microns|
|Cobb Water (60s)||50+ g/m2|
This product was made in Europe mostly from wood and cotton fibers. It also contains less than 25% conductive Carbon Pigments and a few percent chemical additives.
It can (ands should) be disposed in recycling beans. Simply leave it free from other bonded materials such as metal connectors or plastic cover.
It was also optimized to have a minimal impact when buried, burnt or lost in the wild: it is biodegradable over time and burns much more easily than synthesis polymers.