Processing Thermally Conductive Polymers: Challenges and Solutions

Posted by Dan Griffin on Aug 10, 2022 11:05:50 AM

The use of thermally conductive polymers has been accelerating in recent years. This growth is being driven by increased demand and technical advances in applications, such as:

  • EV battery cooling
  • High voltage EV and yard tool chargers
  • Miniaturization of trace spacing and gaps on PCBs
  • And many more….

 

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Topics: Polymers, Thermal Conductivity, Electric Vehicle, thermal polymers

Keep Your Electronics Cool With Thermal Management Materials

Posted by Albert Hernandez on Mar 30, 2021 2:00:00 PM

Nobody likes to get too hot, and if your high-tech electronics could talk, they’d say they feel the same way. Heat is their enemy. It reduces longevity and limits reliability, two non-negotiable properties in electronics. The lack of one or both can literally mean the difference between life and death in applications such as autonomous driving and aerospace controls.

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Topics: Thermal Interface Materials, Thermosink, Thermal Conductivity, Thermal Pads

How to Increase Flowability & Thermal Conductivity of Your Potting Material

Posted by Kris Hanson on Dec 20, 2018 9:38:39 AM

Thermally conductive silicone products are widely used in the electronics industry to radiate heat away from locales for component survivability while maintaining optimum operating temperatures. For potting and encapsulation applications, circuit board engineers typically specify flowable products that will quickly surround the components after dispensing and become solid at room temperature within an hour or less.

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Topics: Resin Designs, Thermosink, Thermal Conductivity, Potting Material

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