Thermally Conductive Materials

Thermally Conductive Material


Thermally conductive materials are available in several polymer types, i.e., silicones and acrylics. These materials can be both cellular or solid rubber products. Typically, they are solid and filled with thermally conductive, electrically isolating materials such as nickel, graphite, carbon black, or oxides that, when properly distributed, allow the polymer to draw heat away from expensive electronics where forced cooling does not either fit or work.



They are found in most under-the-hood applications, such as engine and drivetrain components and computers and electronic modules for products with severe environmental conditions.

Key Applications
  • Under the Hood Applications
  • Computers
  • Electronic Components
  • Power Supplies

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