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Overglaze Dielectric Pastes

G-486-1

An acid resistant overglaze paste designed for use in chip components that require electroplating. This material fires between 525°C and 625°C.

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G-485-2

A RoHS compliant, acid resistant overglaze paste with green color designed for use in chip components that require electroplating. This material fires between 525°C and 625°C.

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G-485-1

A acid resistant overglaze with green color designed for use in chip components that require electroplating. This material fires between 525°C and 625°C.

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G-484

A white overglaze paste designed for protection the ESL resistor series including R-300 series and 33000 series. This paste is acid resistant. This material is fired at 600°C.

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G-482

A overglaze paste with black color designed for protection the ESL resistor series including R-300 series and 33000 series. This paste is acid resistant. This material is fired at 600°C.

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G-481

A overglaze paste with green color designed for protection the ESL resistor series including R-300 series and 33000 series. This paste is laser trimmable and acid resistant. This material is fired at 600°C.

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4937

An overglaze for resistors in resistance heating applications. This material can be fired at 850°C on alumina.

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4909-MOD

A dielectric paste with high thermal conductivity, high durability and low surface roughness for thermal print heads. This material can be fired at 850°C on alumina.

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4903-C

A overglaze designed for use with platinum in high temperature applications . This material fires between 1,250°C and 1,350°C on alumina.

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4774-BCG

An overglaze for resistors that is laser trimmable. This material can be fired between 525°C and 625°C.

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4771-P2

An RoHS compliant overglaze for resistors that is laser trimmable. When fired between 525°C and 625°C this material is acid resistant for post fired plating applications.

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4702

An overglaze paste to protect heaters on steel. This material fires on 4924 between 850°C and 930°C.

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