Conductive Inks for Printed Electronics

One of the broadest, most diverse market spaces for conductive ink use involves printed electronics. The ability to manufacture flexible circuits or change form factor through the printing process, makes printed electronics an ideal target application for conductive inks.

Henkel conductive inks for printed electronics from Tekra offer a wide selection of inks formulated for specific applications, cure requirements and base substrates. Some of the latest technology for printed electronics ink in this evolving industry, incorporates newer functionality for membrane switches, full travel keyboards, and other advanced flexible electronics user interfaces.

Below, you will find some of our recommended product suggestions to support your printed electronics project requirements:

Silver Inks:

  • ECI 1010
  • EDAG-479SS (Halogen Free)
  • EDAG-725A (6S-54)

Carbon Inks:

  • PF-407C (or PF-407A)
  • 965 SS Tail Ink

Dielectric Inks:

  • EDAG-452SS
  • PF-455B Crossovers
  • EDAG-1020A

Tekra is well positioned to provide a total solutions approach that incorporates both commercial and technical engagement.

Inks for Printing on Electronics from Tekra

Tekra is an authorized distributor of Henkel Electronic Materials' full line of conductive inks that include silver conductive inks, carbon conductive inks, and dielectric inks. Tekra's partnership with Henkel provides our customers access to world class products used in the production of flexible circuitry, biosensors, antennas, flexible heating elements and membrane touch switches.

Henkel's line of conductive inks is complimented by Tekra's offering of DuPont Teijin Films™ Mylar® and Melinex™ polyester and SABIC's LEXAN™ polycarbonate films, as well as, 3M's extensive line of transfer tapes and adhesives. You can rely on Tekra and Henkel to provide a complete solution for your printed conductive needs.


Printed Electronics Conductive Inks Products

Custom Line Item Types


  • Fine-line screen printable
  • Halogen free
  • Excellent adhesion


  • High conductivity: Very low resistance
  • Cost savings; Thinner layers, narrower lines possible
  • Flexible; Low resistance increase after double crease and Mandrel tests


  • High conductivity
  • Small particle size
  • Excellent printability with flexography


  • Conductive
  • Excellent abrasion resistance and hardness
  • Excellent creaseability


  • Conductive
  • Low electrical resistance
  • Excellent adhesion


  • Thermoformable
  • Good conductivity
  • Screen printable


  • Conductive
  • Screen printable
  • Extremely flexible
Printed Electronics Conductive Inks Toolbox Resources

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