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Kayaku Advanced Materials

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200 Flanders Road
Westborough, MA 01581
About Kayaku Advanced Materials
  • Kayaku Advanced Materials Inc., under the PriElex® product line (formerly known as Applied Ink Solutions), develops and manufactures materials for the global printed electronics assembly market. Standard products include silver conductive inks, silver/silver chloride inks, radio opaque inks, silver-filled electrically conductive epoxy and dielectrics.

    The Paratronix® division provides Parylene coating services for conformal coating, and corrosion and chemical resistance on parts for medical, aerospace and many other electronic industry applications. Additionally, it manufactures, sells and supports coating equipment & supplies for in-house coating.

    Kayaku Advanced Materials also manufactures resist and ancillary products, and distributes DuPont Electronic Solutions’ Semiconductor Technology (ST) and Advanced Packaging Technology (APT) resists, dielectrics and ancillary products. We are a Massachusetts corporation and division of Nippon Kayaku Co., Ltd. in Japan.
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