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silver metal powder

Using silver metal powder to prevent biofouling can be an effective method. The product is simple to apply and can help prevent corrosion, rust, and paint deterioration. Furthermore, the powder is non-toxic, so it is safe to use. It is also a cleaning agent that can be applied to almost any surface, including decks, hulls, and engines.

Conductive paints

Various silver powder metal-based conductive paints have been produced. They have unique characteristics and uses. At least 80 percent of the particles in the best sort of conductive paint are in flake form. The flake's particle size should be smaller than 0.5 microns.

In addition, the flake thickness of conductive paint should be at least 2 mm. This is required for the formation of a coated layer. The coating layer will shrink during fire if the flake diameter is too tiny. Nonetheless, if the flake diameter is too big, the coating layer will lack the necessary thinness for conductivity.

In addition to graphite and conductive polymers, there are more forms of conductive paints. These are uncommon compared to metallic paints.

On Earth, graphite is an abundant mineral. It is used in conductive paints due to its resistance to oxidation and high temperatures. Carbon is used as a filler in conductive paints and may be blended with water-based paint.

Why choose TIJO Metal Materials silver metal powder?

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