Insulectro Printed Electronics Distributes Flexcon Products

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Insulectro, the largest distributor of materials for use in manufacture of printed circuit boards and printed electronics, to distribute FLEXcon®  SWITCHmark® high-performance spacer components and laminating adhesives.

“Insulectro Printed Electronics has had a fantastic year distributing DuPont conductive inks and pastes and a wide array of best-in-class, advanced substrates,” announced Tim Redfern, President of Insulectro Printed Electronics, “I am pleased to announce the addition of FLEXcon to our list of world-class suppliers.”

 FLEXcon's SWITCHmark® is a line of high-performance spacer components and laminating adhesives engineered for demanding membrane switch applications that face hostile environments such as moisture and solvents. Color-coded release liners on popular constructions ensure accurate product identification and mistake proofing during switch assembly. They offer a wide range of standard and custom product constructions, allowing customers the design flexibility to meet their application requirements with one adhesive system. These products meet UL Recognition under UL 746C (Polymeric Adhesive Systems, Electrical-Component) and UL 969 (Marking Labeling Systems Material Components).  

“The Printed Electronics team is excited to participate and support this product line for the Printed electronics industry in the United States and Canada Please call INSULECTRO with any questions regarding this PSA offering,” enthused Insulectro Vice President of Sales Kevin Miller.

“For over 65 years, FLEXcon has been creating value-added solutions with pressure-sensitive films and adhesives. Design engineers have turned to FLEXcon because they have the materials knowledge, technical capability and applications expertise needed to develop innovative solutions that meet the full range of production and end-use challenges,” Miller continued.


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