Flakes - The slightly different powder


 

Elaborate subsequent processes such as grinding or rolling or sifting turns fine silver powders into DODUCO silver flakes.

 

In addition to the surface properties, the grain size distributions from and the bulk or tap density are deicide for further processing.

 

from chemically precipitated powder!
from electrolytically precipitated powder!

 

Silver has the highest electrical and thermal conductivity among all metals, the highest reflection capacity, and is therefore best for passing on this ability to preparations and materials made of it.

 

This is where the process know-how of the further-processing industry comes in. In the right formulation from our customers, the conductive silver pigments can play their special benefits to the fullest in varnishes, glues and pastes. The specific powder form permits further processing even without additional high-temperature processes.

 

 

F56T
Silver content in % > 99,9
Tap density in g/cm³ 1,9 - 2,4
Average grain size (d50) in µm 3 - 8
REM recording Technical data sheet
F56
Silver content in % > 99,9
Tap density in g/cm³ 2,3 - 2,8
Average grain size (d50) in µm 3 - 8
REM recording Technical data sheet

 

F66
Silver content in % > 99,9
Tap density in g/cm³ 1,9 - 2,4
Average grain size (d50) in µm 4 - 9
REM recording Technical data sheet
B190
Silver content in % > 99,9
Tap density in g/cm³ 2,7 - 3,2
Average grain size (d50) in µm 3 - 7
REM recording Technical data sheet

 

ES-1
Silver content in % > 99,9
Tap density in g/cm³ 4,3 - 5,0
Average grain size (d50) in µm 10 - 15
REM recording Technical data sheet
ES-4
Silver content in % > 99,9
Tap density in g/cm³ 2,5 - 3,5
Average grain size (d50) in µm 15 - 25
REM recording Technical data sheet

 

 

 

Doduco.net

 

Contact

 

Andreas Hermann
Sale precious metal refining and silver powder
+49 7231 602 585

 

Contact

 

 

Sascha Haug

Technical customer consulting
+49 7231 602 538

 

Contact

 

 

Product pages

Wiki of electrical contacts

 

 

electrical-contacts-wiki.com

 

Silver ingots by DODUCO