Developments in Nickel-Coated Graphite Production

electronic deviceNickel-coated graphite has undergone a great deal of development over its 30-year life span, and today, its performance is far superior than ever before.

Decades ago, the product became used as a conductive filler for use in shielding devices, principally gaskets for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) applications.

However, consumption, based on its shielding effectiveness, at a fraction of the cost of silver-coated products, continues to increase alongside the phenomenal expansion of the electronics industry.

Over the years, processes for manufacturing nickel-coated graphite have seen some significant advances to give better performance and material consistency.

The technology of incorporation into non-conductive substrates has also become increasingly more sophisticated, to match the highly demanding requirements of modern electronic devices.

To find out more about the latest nickel-coated graphite products and incorporation technology, please contact us.

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