Saint-Gobain Specialty Films NORFILM Static Dissipative Plastic Films

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Saint-Gobain has over 40 years of experience in applying conductive as well as antistatic coatings onto plastic film substrates. The coatings are applied optically clear and are utilized in the most critical applications from military performance to electronic end use. The conductive level can be varied from as low as 35 ohms /square to higher levels as required by the application. The static dissipative coatings applied can be applied for values between 10³ ohm/square to 10^11th ohm/ square. Saint-Gobain will custom formulate to meet the most stringent application. Static Dissipative The buildup of static is a large problem in the plastics industry. The discharge of static can ruin an electronic component or cause visual defects in coated films. Also large discharge of static can cause personal injury and damage. Saint-Gobain has been applying topical coatings to plastic substrates to eliminate the buildup of static for over 50 years. Plastic substrates can be very smooth as is the surface that they are in contact. When these surfaces are separated a static charge can be generated. The ability to prevent this charge from developing can be the difference between a highly effective product and sporadic product failures. These coatings are applied uniformly across the film web in a controlled clean room environment. Conductive Coatings Conductive coatings have a higher degree of conductivity than static dissipative coatings. They can be used where a precise level of conductivity is required. Saint-Gobain has designed highly engineered conductive coatings varying in conductive level from 35 ohms/ square to 5,000 ohms per square. These coating are designed with a blend of polymer resin with conductive filler. Metallization The Saint-Gobain San Diego SolarGard will deposit metals onto the surface of plastic films through vacuum sputtering. They cab precisely control the sputtered thickness of the metal deposition effecting transmittance and conductivity. Applications include electronic display, medical device, automotive and solar window markets.

Saint-Gobain has over 40 years of experience in applying conductive as well as antistatic coatings onto plastic film substrates. The coatings are applied optically clear and are utilized in the most critical applications from military performance to electronic end use. The conductive level can be varied from as low as 35 ohms /square to higher levels as required by the application. The static dissipative coatings applied can be applied for values between 10³ ohm/square to 10^11th ohm/ square. Saint-Gobain will custom formulate to meet the most stringent application.

Static Dissipative

The buildup of static is a large problem in the plastics industry. The discharge of static can ruin an electronic component or cause visual defects in coated films. Also large discharge of static can cause personal injury and damage. Saint-Gobain has been applying topical coatings to plastic substrates to eliminate the buildup of static for over 50 years. Plastic substrates can be very smooth as is the surface that they are in contact. When these surfaces are separated a static charge can be generated. The ability to prevent this charge from developing can be the difference between a highly effective product and sporadic product failures. These coatings are applied uniformly across the film web in a controlled clean room environment.

Conductive Coatings

Conductive coatings have a higher degree of conductivity than static dissipative coatings. They can be used where a precise level of conductivity is required. Saint-Gobain has designed highly engineered conductive coatings varying in conductive level from 35 ohms/ square to 5,000 ohms per square. These coating are designed with a blend of polymer resin with conductive filler.

Metallization

The Saint-Gobain San Diego SolarGard will deposit metals onto the surface of plastic films through vacuum sputtering. They cab precisely control the sputtered thickness of the metal deposition effecting transmittance and conductivity. Applications include electronic display, medical device, automotive and solar window markets.

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  Saint-Gobain Specialty Films
Product Category Metallized and Coated Films
Product Name NORFILM Static Dissipative Plastic Films
Type Coated
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