Sarcon PG80A thermal interface material delivers 13W/m degree K
Thermal gap filler pad supplier, Fujipoly, now offers the Sarcon PG80A. It is, says the company, one of the industry’s softest and highest performing thermal gap filler pads.
The 13W/m degree K putty-like material requires very low compression force at high compression rates, allowing it to gently conform to most component shapes and uneven surfaces. Once installed, Sarcon PG80A can transfer heat from its source to a nearby heatsink while exhibiting a thermal resistance as low as 0.08 degree Cin²/W at 14.5 PSI.
The Sarcon PG80A is advanced thermal interface material and is intended for applications that have delicate or wide-variation component heights and require material compression between 30 and 90 per cent. Sarcon PG80A is available in four sheet thicknesses (0.5, 1.0, 1.5 and 2.0mm) up to a maximum dimension of 300 x 200mm. Sarcon PG80A can also be ordered in die-cut form to fit almost any application shape. Fujipoly’s latest material is well-suited for environments with operating temperatures that range from -40 to +150 degree C and exhibits a UL94 flame retardant rating of V-0.
Fujipoly America Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of Fuji Polymer Industries of Japan. An ISO9001:2008 registered company, Fujipoly America Corporation specialises in the fabrication of silicone rubber technology, in the areas of 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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