Reinforced thermal interface thin film accommodates die-cut shapes

Fujipoly says that the Sarcon 20GAR glass fabric reinforced thermal interface material is particularly suitable for complex die-cut shapes. It delivers a thermal conductivity of 3.0 W/mK while exhibiting a thermal resistance of only .17 degree C in2/W.

The 0.2 mm thick reinforced film is well suited for cooling high-power applications that commonly use an insulated gate bipolar transistor (IGBT) to regulate electrical current. Examples of this are applications including electric vehicle motor drives, solar inverters, appliance motor drives, and inductive heating cookers.

Sarcon 20GAR thin film is a V‐0 equivalent material that is suitable for applications with operating temperatures that range from ‐40 to +150 degree C. The high-performance thin-film is offered in rolls, pre-cut sheets or can be die-cut to the exact shape required by a customer. 

Fujipoly America is a wholly owned subsidiary of Fuji Polymer Industries. It is an ISO9001:2015 registered company, specialising in the fabrication of silicone rubber technology. Its portfolio includes Zebra elastomeric connectors, Sarcon thermal interface materials, fusible tapes, and custom silicone rubber extrusions. Fuji Polymer Industries has eight divisions worldwide, located in North America, Europe and Asia and an international network of distributors and representatives.

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