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The 838 Total Ground Carbon Conductive Coating is an economical acrylic paint that is used to create conductive, static free surfaces. Coated surfaces also serve to reduce electromagnetic or radio frequency interference (EMI/RFI) to some degree. The durable acrylic resin affords long-term protection that minimizes loss of carbon through rubbing. The cured coat withstands large temperature changes and marine environmental conditions without cracking, which makes it suitable for a wide range of application.

Applicationd & Usages

Its primary applications are to ground working surfaces and to avoid static, but it can also be used to provide low cost EMI/RFI shielding, as a conductive base for some electroplating process, or anywhere in a manufacturing process where it is necessary to impart conductivity to a surface.

 

Features
  • Conductive Material Classification—Low Surface resistivity of 250 Ω/sq for one coat (1 mil)
  • Tough and durable coating, salt spray tested with excellent weatherability
  • Repairable and removable thermoplastic paint system
  • Stronger adhesion than water based coatings
  • Corrosion-proof coat—slows or prevents substrate oxidation
  • Rub off resistant
Catalog Number Sizes Available Description
838-340G 340 g (12 oz) Aerosol Replaced with 838AR-340G 
838-900ML 900 mL (1.8 lb) Liquid Replaced with 838AR-900ML
838-1G 1 gallon (3.4 kg) Liquid Replaced with 838AR-3.78L

 

Safety Data Sheet
Technical Data Sheet