A thermal pad is also called a thermal interface pad. It is a soft material that facilitates heat transfer between electronic components and heat sinks. It fills the microscopic gaps and irregularities between the two surfaces and ensures optimal thermal conductivity.
Silicone-free thermal conductive silicone sheet is a non-polluting thermal conductive silicone sheet without oil seepage, the traditional thermal conductive silicone sheet will have silicone oil component seepage after heat
Silicon free thermal conductive sheet and high thermal conductive silicone sheet are thermal conductive interface materials, both have high thermal conductivity and soft heat dissipation. But the two are still different in practical application, what are the differences between them? Today...
Thermally conductive silicone pad is one kind of thermally conductive interface material, and its main function is to bridge the gap between the heat sink and the heat source, or to reduce the contact thermal resistance between the two
Nowadays, the thermal pad demands are in escalating steps on electronic devices application, and most of thermal pad from the market are silicone elastomer based. Accordingly, there is always bringing one big concern of the silicone oil bleeding for usage of the silicone based thermal pad.
Fine Materials developed high performance thermal pad is polymer-filled material. popularly applied on electronics, automotive and LED devices. As talking about the factors that affect the tensile strength of thermal pad, we should firstly start at the origin word “polymer”.
Thermal conductivity is a material property describing the ability to conduct heat. Thermal conductivity can be defined as
"the quantity of heat transmitted through a unit thickness of a material - in a direction normal to a surface of unit area - due to a unit temperature gradient under steady state conditions"