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Heat seal joints are carried out with so-called “anisotropically conductive adhesives”. In this way, for example, flexible foils are contacted with conductor paths (FPC) on circuit boards or the glass-connection face of an LCD or OLED module.

Anistropic adhesives are filled with electrically conductive particles. These particles are so small that an electrically conductive connection in the X- or pressure direction is created, while there is no contact in the Z-direction. On the application of heat (around 140ºC) and pressure (14-17 Kg/cm²), the adhesive begins to flow. When the adhesive cools under pressure, the conductive particles are “frozen” in position and retain their conductivity. The adhesive has a good mechanical strength after cooling.

Typical abbreviations for such adhesives are:

ACA – anisotropic conductive adhesive
ACF – anisotropic conductive film
ACP – anisotropic conductive paste. (liquid adhesive)

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