Thermally Conductive Phase Change Materials
Thermally conductive phase change materials are thermally enhanced polymers designed to minimize thermal resistance between power dissipating electronics and the heat sink attached to it. This low thermal resistance channel maximizes heat sink performance . Thermally conductive phase change materials are non-conductive, but since the material undergoes a phase change in typical heat sink mounting, there is the potential for metal-to-metal contact, so phase change materials cannot be used as electrical insulation.
Category: Paste Flake
High thermal conductivity: extremely low contact resistance, silicon-free, long-term stability
Reliability: No shedding and air drying after 27,000 temperature cycles, customer die-cut shapes are available, and phase transition begins before 52°C~58°C