PV Nano Cell releases new product in portfolio of nanometric conductive digital inks

The new Sicrys I50TM-119 ink under the microscope

PV Nano Cell, an innovative single-crystal nanometric conductive digital inks producer based in Israel, has announced the release of its new product, Sicrys I50TM-119. It is the latest in its portfolio of conductive digital inks that have the capability to significantly advance printed electronic technologies. Sicrys inks enable the use of fast, inexpensive inkjet printing technologies, including 3D printed electronics, to bring intelligence to virtually any object. The new formulation will be used in technologies including antennas, printed circuit boards, sensors, security devices and more.

“With the advent of this new ink, we are bringing yet another high-quality product to the printed electronics market. The Sicrys family of inks enables the implementation of digital conductive printing in industrial mass production applications and environments,” said Dr Fernando de la Vega, founder and CEO of PV Nano Cell.  “We are working with numerous manufacturers of various printed electronics devices, including printed circuit boards and antennas, who will be implementing our inks to help advance their technologies.”

The Sicrys I50TM-119, a conductive ink based on single-crystal silver nanoparticles, has been designed for inkjet printing and low-temperature sintering applications, which allows for printing on flexible substrates, such as plastic, fabric, or even paper. The ink, conveniently stored at room temperature, is reported to provide high silver loading, low viscosity, long shelf life, reliable jetting and good printability. Printed patterns offer a unique combination of properties, including low electrical resistivity, good adhesion to a wide range of substrates, both polymer and ITO films, and excellent durability in humid and aqueous environments. The new formulation shares in the properties to the greater Sicrys ink family in that they all support the implementation of digital conductive printing in mass production applications.

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