Denatron is a conductive coating material (ink-type coating agent) developed based on a polythiophene-based conductive polymer named PEDOT:PSS.
As PEDOT:PSS has an extremely high conductivity and works in the form of a thin film, it is almost invisible when the film is formed. When the conductivity is adjusted, Denatron can be used in a wide range of applications, including antistatic layers (layers to prevent the accumulation of static electricity), transparent electrodes, and biomedical electrodes.
It can be applied as a coating in general wet processes and heat-treated at a relatively low temperature to form a coating film.
Denatron is a water- or water/alcohol-based conductive coating that mitigates environmental burdens.