1.0 W/mk Thermal Conductive Pads

1.0 W/mk Thermal Conductive Gap Pads

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1.0 W/mk Thermal Conductive Gap Pads

Thermal Conductive Gap Pads provide effective thermal interfaces between heat sinks and electronic devices where there are uneven surfaces, air gaps and rough surface textures. They offer high conformability to reduce interface resistance. As well as providing low stress vibration damping and are compatible with automated dispensing equipment.Our range of thermal gap pads are designed to provide a heat transfer path between heat generating components and heat sinks, heat spreaders or other cooling devices. They are soft and conformable for optimum thermal transfer, as well as shock and vibration damping to minimise potential damage to components. Thermal gap pads are commonly used in applications including LED lighting, flat panel displays, mass storage devices, engine control units and wireless communications hardware.


Technical Data

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Thickness Color Thermal Conductivity Hardness Specific Gravity Service Temperature Breakdown Voltage Volume Resistivity Flamability Dielectric Constant
0.3~12mm Grey 1.0 W/m.k 20~40 Shore C 2.2 g/cm3 -40~+200℃ ≥4 KV 1.1*1016 UL-94 V-0 7.15 @1mhz


  • Any data provided relates to values typically generated when measuring these materials, and is offered as a guide to material selection. However it is not guaranteed and the user is responsible for evaluating the suitability of a product for the application it is intended for. Some test methods may vary, please refer to data sheet or call for assistance.


  • 1.0 W/mk Thermal Conductive Gap Pads Characteristics

    Thermal Conductivity:1.0 W/m.k
    Compensate unevenness between PCB and heat sink
    For application with low contact pressure
    Highly conformable,low hardness
    Telecommunications
    Puncture, shear and tear resistant
    Power conversion
    Decreased strain
    Tolerance adjustment of multible components

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