Dow corning DOWSIL TC-5026 Thermally Conductive Compound

Dow corning DOWSIL TC-5026 Thermally Conductive Compound

Dow thermally conductive compounds are grease like silicone materials, heavily filled with heat-conductive metal oxides. This combination promotes high thermal conductivity, low
bleed and high-temperature stability. The compounds are designed to maintain a positive heat sink seal to improve heat transfer from the electrical device or PCB system assemblies
to the heat sink or chassis, thereby increasing the overall efficiency of the device. or PCB  system assemblies are continually designed to deliver higher performance. Especially in the area of consumer devices, there is also a continual trend towards smaller, more compact designs. In combination these factors typically mean that more heat is generated in the device. Thermal management of PCB system assemblies is a primary concern of design engineers. A cooler device allows for more efficient operation and better  reliability over the life of the device. As such, thermally conductive compounds play an integral role here. Thermally conductive materials act as a thermal “bridge” to remove heat  from a heat source (device) to the ambient via a heat transfer media (i.e. heat sink). These materials have properties such as low thermal resistance, high thermal conductivity, and can achieve thin Bond Line Thicknesses (BLTs) which can help to improve the transfer of heat away from the device.

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Gray, flowable, non-curing thermally conductive compound
Features & Benefits
• Solventless formulation
• Flowable
• Non-curing – no need for curing ovens
• Capable of achieving thin Bond Line Thickness for optimum performance
• Very low thermal resistance
• High thermal conductivity
• Conducts heat away from sensitive components
Composition • Thermally conductive filler
• Polydimethylsiloxane matrix
Applications • DOWSIL™ TC-5026 Thermally Conductive Compound is designed to provide efficient
thermal transfer for the cooling of MPU in servers, desktops, notebooks, and game

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