Heat-conducting material


Release time:

2023-12-08

Heat conductive materials are a new type of industrial materials designed in recent years to meet the heat transfer requirements of equipment, with excellent and reliable performance. They are suitable for various environments and requirements, and have proper countermeasures for possible heat conduction problems. They provide powerful support for the high integration and ultra-small and ultra-thin design of equipment. This heat conductive product has been increasingly applied to many products, improving the reliability of the products.

 

 

1. Phase Change Thermal Conductive Insulating Material

Utilizing the characteristics of the base material, it undergoes a phase change at operating temperatures, enabling the material to adhere more closely to the contact surface while achieving ultra-low thermal resistance for more efficient heat transfer. It is a reliable choice for critical components such as CPUs and module power supplies.

2. Thermal Conductive and Electric Conductive Padding

A product of special processes and advanced technology, it offers exceptional thermal conductivity and low electrical resistance, making it suitable for use in special applications. Its thermal conductivity and inherent flexibility allow it to perfectly fit the heat dissipation and installation requirements of power devices.

3. Thermal Conductive Tape

Widely used for bonding between power devices and heat sinks, it simultaneously provides thermal conductivity, insulation, and fixation, effectively reducing equipment size and serving as a cost-effective option for device manufacturing.

4. Thermal Conductive and Insulating Elastomer

Boasting good thermal conductivity and high voltage resistance, it meets the current demand for thermal conductive materials in the electronics industry. It is the ideal replacement for binary heat dissipation systems using silicon grease and mica sheets. Easy to install, it facilitates automated production and product maintenance, making it a highly versatile and practical new material.

5. Flexible Thermal Pad

A relatively thick thermal pad specifically designed for heat transfer through gaps, it can fill those gaps, facilitating heat transfer between heating elements and heat sinks. Additionally, it serves functions such as shock absorption, insulation, and sealing, meeting the design requirements for miniaturized and ultra-thin devices.

6. Thermal Conductive Filler

Can also be used as a thermal conductive adhesive, offering not only thermal conductivity but also excellent bonding, sealing, and potting capabilities. By filling contact surfaces or canned bodies, it effectively transfers heat from heating components.