SSP-502-65-CR

SSP-502-65-CR

SSP-502-65-CR is a 65-durometer, very strong, very conductive nickel-graphite shielding silicone produced in continuous rolls up to 15 inches wide.

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EMI Gasket Material in Continous Rolls

SSP-502-65-CR is a 65-durometer (Shore A), electrically-conductive silicone that's filled with nickel-coated-graphite particles and produced in continuous rolls for use with automated processing equipment such as Preco machines. This very conductive EMI shielding material can be supplied in thicknesses between 0.015 and 0.062 inches, and in widths from 3 to 15 inches. It has a third-party EMC shielding effectiveness test report according to MIL-DTL-83528F.  

EMI Gaskets For Stronger Supplier Scorecards

By manufacturing continuous rolls of SSP-502-65, Specialty Silicone Products (SSP) can produce the equivalent of 600 15’ x 20’ molded sheets in one day. SSP’s lead time for this conductive silicone elastomer is one week, which is five times faster than that of competitors. For EMI gasket fabricators who need to provide parts kits to defense contractors, SSP’s faster lead times support stronger supplier scorecards.

Continuous Rolls of EMI Gasketing Materials

Compared to molded sheets, continuous rolls also promote optimum yields for cost-effective conversion. Automated processing eliminates time-consuming user operations and helps to reduce material waste. Converters and gasket fabricators can process various thicknesses of SSP’s conductive silicone elastomer without incurring new tooling costs.

SSP Offsets for Discontinued GORE EMI Materials

Use SSP-502-65-CR instead of these discontinued GORE® EMI Materials.

  • GS2100 Series

  • GS5200 Series

  • GS8000 Series

Applications include EMI gaskets and grounding pads for military and defense, aerospace, spaceflight, telecommunications, wireless infrastructure, automotive, mobile phones, GPS, portable computers, and handheld field testing equipment. 

More SSP-502-65-CR Information

Download the data sheet for product specifications such as tensile strength, elongation percentage, tear resistance, specific gravity, volume resistivity, and thermal stability range. A safety data sheet (SDS) and third-party shielding report are available for download.