Thermally conductive polymers are adhesives, coatings, and films designed to transfer and conduct heat out and away from sensitive electronics. They protect sensitive components (such as integrated circuits) and can substantially improve product durability while reducing field failure rates.
In previous discussions, we addressed the choice of material and application methods. That said, extensive experience in real-world situations has illuminated often overlooked properties that can be of great importance:
Viscosity and Flow Rate