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April 22, 2015
22 Apr 2015

Newsletter No. 18 – New Product Announcement: Ultra-Thin Thermally Conductive Gap Filler Film

Thermal Pad CPVT Application with Photo Newsletter No. 18   New Product Announcement: Ultra Thin Thermally Conductive Gap Filler Film

New Product Announcement

Our new product, ultra-thin thermally conductive gap filler film CPVT series, is suitable for devices where design clearance is limited in thin devices such as smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices. Available thicknesses range from 0.1mm~0.25mm. This allows minimal load onto the PCB by choosing the appropriate thickness. This gap filler film has a side with natural tackiness and the other with a film layer to provide better workability as compared to grease.

Our phase change gel, CGD series, changes phase from solid to a viscous gel 50ーC. This forms very close contact with heating elements, and it is easy and clean to handle.

Both products feature silicone-free material, which eliminate concerns of contact failure from to siloxane outgas.

Silicone Free Thermal Pad – CPVT Series

Ultra-thin, thermally conductive sheet, suitable for devices where clearance is limited

  • Available thicknesses ranging from 0.1mm~0.25mm at every 0.05mm pitch. Load to PCB can be minimized by choosing the appropriate thickness
  • Sheet form with single-side adhesive provides better workability compared to grease
  • Suitable for thin designs of mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets, etc

Phase Change Gel Thermal Pad (CGD, CGDR)

50 degrees phase change material secures close contact with heating elements and easy and clean handling

Phase change material appears to be like any normal thermal pad at room temperature, but when heated to 50ー C, it transforms into a liquid to fill in any gaps between the heat sink and the heat source before becoming a solid again after cooling. It’s great for ensuring that even spaces with irregular shapes will be covered completely without the chance of leaving air gaps.

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