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Conductive Ink for Printed Electronic

Our conductive ink is based on the oxygen free Graphene ink. We produce our Graphene conductive ink with Green technology that can reduce hazardous waste, low energy consumption and affordable cost. With the oxygen free Graphene components, it will increase 5 -7 times of the conductivity from the normal base PEDOT: PSS ink. There are 2 types of product series, PHENE and PHENE Plus.

PHENE™Series

PHENE™SeriesareOxygen Free Graphene Conductive Inks that focused on the economic and affordable price without compromising their quality. By our green technology process, we can reduce energy consumption, shorten their production time and. easily mass-processing, that will make the printed electronics business successful in the market. PHENETMSeries haveexceptional conductivity and easy to print on several material e.g. paper polyester etcWe can customize PHENETMproducts the products that suitable for your method or please contact us for more information

PHENE™PLUSSeries

PHENE™PLUS SeriesareHigh quality Oxygen Free Graphene Conductive Inks. These product series are compatible with the well-known available products in the market, but more than 30% - 70% less price. Beside the screen printing and Roll to Roll printing inks, PHENETMPLUS products are also available in inkjet printing. PHENETMPlusSeries have exceptional conductivity and easy to print on several material e.g. paper polyester, PET etc. We can customizePHENETMPLUSproducts that suitable for your method or please contact us for more information

Graphene

Graphene, a single layer of carbon atom in closely packed honeycomb two-dimension (2D) lattice, it has attracted much interest since it was first discovered in 2004. Graphene is the basic building block for other carbon nanomaterial, such as 0D buck ball, 1D carbon nanotubes, and 2D graphite.

The remarkable properties of graphene reported so far include:

A thin flake of ordinary carbon, just one atom thick, lies behind 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics. Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov have shown that carbon in such a flat form has exceptional properties that originate from the remarkable world of quantum physics. They extracted the graphene from a piece of graphite such as is found in ordinary pencils. Using regular adhesive tape they managed to obtain a flake of carbon with a thickness of just one atom. This at a time when many believed it was impossible for such thin crystalline materials to be stable.

Graphene makes experiments possible that give new twists to the phenomena in quantum physics. Also a vast variety of practical applications now appear possible including the creation of new materials and the manufacture of innovative electronics. Graphene transistors are predicted to be substantially faster than today’s silicon transistors and result in more efficient computers.

Since it is practically transparent and a good conductor, graphene is suitable for producing transparent touch screens, light panels, and maybe even solar cells.


 

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