Toyochem to Highlight EMI Shields, Adhesives at JPCA 2019


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Toyochem Co., Ltd., a member of the Toyo Ink Group, will be exhibiting in the 49th International Electronic Circuit Industry JPCA Show 2019 in Japan. At this year's show, the company will spotlight its latest advances in electronics-related materials based on the group's unique materials and processing technologies, and propose solutions to meet the advanced performance needs of next-generation electronics designers.

Key Products on Display

Visitors to the Toyochem booth West Hall 3, Booth 168 can learn more about the LIOELM TSS series of electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding films for flexible printed circuit (FPC) boards and other electronic components. The LIOELM TSS series features a two-layer design based on a flexible, heat-resistant resin that was developed in-house by Toyochem.

The LIOELM TSC 200 series of conductive adhesive sheets from Toyochem exhibit high moisture and heat resistance for the mounting of electronic components and provides high shielding performance. TSC 200’s conductive filler is dispersed into the heat-resistant adhesive resin, resulting in stable, low resistance and conductivity.

Also on display at the Toyochem booth will be the LIOELM TSS 500 series of EMI shielding films for next-generation high-speed transmission FPCs and the LIOELM TSU 500 series of low dielectric adhesive sheets for high-frequency circuits (antennas) found in 5G communication systems. Toyochem will also feature low frequency electromagnetic wave absorbing sheets and urethane protective tapes.

In addition, Toyochem’s sister subsidiary Toyo Ink Co., Ltd. will be spotlighting the REXALPHA series of conductive silver pastes for ultra fine-line printing.

The JPCA Show 2019 will take place June 5 to 7 at the Tokyo Big Sight in Japan.  

About Toyochem Co., Ltd.

Toyochem, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Toyo Ink Group, oversees the Toyo Ink Group's Polymers and Coatings-related business segment as a core operating company. Headquartered in Tokyo, the company has three production facilities in Saitama and Hyogo prefectures, Japan. Leveraging the Group's polymer design technologies accumulated over a century of product development, Toyochem manufactures polymers, adhesive tapes, marking films and coatings for a wide array of fields. Since 2015, the company has adopted the slogan “Polymerizing the Ideas of Tomorrow,” which embodies its commitment to constantly bring new value to people's lives by delivering new solutions based on polymers as their core material. For more information, visit www.toyo-chem.com/en/.

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