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Conductive Compounds celebrates 20 years in business.

At Conductive Compounds, 2014 marks 20 years of service to businesses and organizations around the world who rely on a higher standard for functional inks and coatings. Since 1994, we have been dedicated to being the resource of choice when any application calls for functional ink.

As we reflect on our history of service to customers around the world, we look to the future and strive to continually offer more.

From the entire team at Conductive Compounds, thank you for your continued business and support.


October 2, 2013

Nanosilver Research

In partnership with Conductive Compounds Inc., the Chemical Engineering Department at the University of New Hampshire has been conducting research on nanosilver ink with a grant from the National Science Foundation. ...read more


July 7, 2014

Kuster and New Hampshire Business Leaders Call for Reauthorization of Export-Import Bank to Save Granite State Jobs

Congresswoman Annie Kuster joined with local New Hampshire business owners and leaders at BAE Systems in Nashua to call for the reauthorization of the U.S. Export-Import Bank ...read more


Conductive Compounds, Inc. Announces New Management Team

HUDSON - Conductive Compounds Inc., a Hudson, NH (USA) based manufacturer of specialty materials for global printed electronics and electronic assembly industries, announced today the appointment of Janice “Eileen” Banfield as its new President ...read the full article


October 2, 2014

Merrimack student gets real life experience with Hudson firm

HUDSON – It may be one of the most dreaded subjects in high school: chemistry. First, there are the funky goggles. Then, the dorky white smocks worn by every kid since 1972. And the smell: Can you say, sulfur? ...read the full article


June 7, 2013

Conductive Compounds Inc. is now ISO 9001: 2008 Registered

Hudson, NH - Conductive Compounds Inc., a Hudson, NH (USA) based manufacturer of specialty materials for global printed electronics and electronic assembly industries, is proud to announce that has received ISO 9000:2008 certification by the independent third-party auditing firm, NQA of Acton, MA...read the full article


Jan. 25, 2013

Innovation Award Yields New Materials for Efficient and Cost-Effective Solar Energy Panels

DURHAM, N.H. - Conductive Compounds Inc. (CCI), manufacturer of specialty conductive inks since 1994 in Hudson, recently completed a two-year project in partnership with chemical engineering professors at the University of New Hampshire to develop stable, cost-effective metallic nanoparticles which produce more conductive solar energy panels when used on silicon wafers and increase efficiency in other print applications...read the full article


September 5, 2012

National Science Foundation Awards $450,000 to UNH and Conductive Compounds for Solar Panel Innovation

University of New Hampshire researchers and Conductive Compounds Inc. in Hudson recently received $450,000 as a 3-year grant from NSF to help produce more conductive and cost-effective solar panels. The grant will support engineering of silver nanoparticles suitable for screen-printing onto photovoltaic (PV) solar panels...read the full article


Interview with Don Banfield on the Future of IPC

Don Banfield, newly elected chairperson, is leading the IPC Printed Electronics Steering Committee to help bring innovative ideas to IPC members and help them stay on the cutting edge of printed electronics technology. Watch Don's interview at IPC convention in February...Watch the Interview


July 26, 2012

Conductive Compounds Announces Formable Conductive Inks for Molded Plastic Assemblies

Hudson, NH - Conductive Compounds Inc., a Hudson, NH (USA) based manufacturer of specialty materials for printed electronics and electronic assembly industries, announces a new series of specialty conductive inks designed for plastic molding applications...read the full article


March 2012

ISP Magazine Feature Story - "Pushing the Limits of Functional Printed Inks"

Pushing the Limits of Functional Printed Inks - Feature Story in ISP Magazine - “The tests performed here were intended to show how some commonly used functional inks fail when pushed to extremes in heat, humidity, and water in printed electronic applications...read the full article


December 16, 2011

IPC Rolls Out New Printed Electronics Management Council Committee

BANNOCKBURN, Ill., USA, IPC — Association Connecting Electronics Industries® announces the creation of a new IPC Printed Electronics Management Council Steering Committee that will oversee the development of educational programs to support the printed electronics industry. Industry veterans Don Banfield, president of Conductive Compounds, Inc., and Steve Tomas, director of flexible electronics for FLEXcon Company, have been elected chairman and vice chairman of the steering committee...read the full article


June 14, 2011

Conductive Compounds and NTERA Team Up to Promote Solutions for Printed Electronics Applications

Hudson, N.H. and Radnor, Pennsylvania, USA - NTERA, the developer of all-printed, color changing NanoChromics™ display technologies, and Conductive Compounds, a leading manufacturer of specialty materials for printed electronics and electronic assembly industries, announced today that they have entered into a co-marketing agreement to promote their compatible materials and inks...read the full article


March 10, 2010

CCI Announces
AGCL-823 One-Part Silver/Silver Chloride Epoxy Ink

Hudson, NH –(PRWEB)- March 3, 2010 - Conductive Compounds Inc., a specialty material manufacturer for the printed electronics and electronics assembly industries based in Hudson, NH, (USA) announces AGCL-823, a new silver/silver chloride single componenet epoxy for printed disposable medical sensor applications. AGCL-823 is designed for EEG and EKG sensors made using very aggressive hydrogels that can attack other types of printed silver/silver chloride inks, increasing the electrical resistance of the sensor over time...read the full article


November 16, 2009

CCI Announces RO-593 Radio Opaque Ink

Hudson, NH - November 16, 2009--Conductive Compounds Inc., a Hudson, NH based manufacturer of specialty materials for the electronic assembly industry, announces a new radio opaque ink RO-593. RO-593 is designed for use in applications requiring visible tags on devices and surfaces exposed to X-Ray, MRI and other fluorescing and imaging equipment. RO-593 is a solvent based ink that can be pad or screen printed, or dip coated onto a wide variety of substrates and dried quickly at low temperatures. It is a lower cost and safer material to use than metals such as lead. With RO-593, it is possible to print small, intricate patterns if needed...read the full article


August 8, 2008

Conductive Compounds Announces Two-Part Electrically Conductive Epoxy

HUDSON, N.H. – Conductive Compounds Inc. (CCI) today announced its EP-600 silver-filled electrically conductive two-part epoxy adhesive for component mounting using dot dispense or screen printing processes. CCI is a worldwide provider of conductive and resistive inks, coatings and adhesives...read the full article


May 23, 2007

Conductive Compounds Announces New Products for Medical Electrodes

Londonderry, N.H. – Conductive Compounds Inc. (CCI), a worldwide provider of conductive and resistive inks, coatings and adhesives, today announced two silver chloride (AgCl) inks for medical diagnostic sensor applications.

The conductive inks are specifically designed for use on defibrillator pads, as well as disposable EEG and EKG sensors. The two products, AGCL-510 and AGCL-675C, are optimized for gravure/flexographic and screen printing and can also be used in pad printing...read the full article

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