Silicones have very particular chemical and physical properties, since they differ from most of the polymers used in the industrial, as they do not contain carbon in their base skeleton, as can be seen in Image 1, where their composition is Silicon atoms linked with oxygen atoms, which alternates in periodic units, …
Protect your power electronics with a highly advanced thermal compound
CoolMag™ is a thermally conductive composite PDMS based elastomeric compound of encapsulant two component system, designed for Power Electronics in general and for Automotive, especially in Electrified Vehicles with multiple functionalities:
- Heat Transfer, reduction of hot spots and minimising average temperature of systems
- Electric Isolation
- Mechanical protection
- Flame and fire protection (Retardant and Extinction)
CoolMag™ is designed to provide thermal conductivity, electrical safety, hazard protection, mechanical and fire protection for electronic encapsulating applications.
CoolMag™ thermally conductive solutions include:
- CoolMag range of silicone and polyurethane resins that vary in its specifications according to customers needs
- CoolmagPlast, a thermoplastic PA based compound that allows design freedom in applications previously restricted to metals and other materials
Furthermore, CoolMag Thermo Conductive strives for the innovation in offering integral solutions to its clients. To do this, it has expanded its value proposition as CoolMag As A Service offering a Potting Machine especially designed to apply the potting compund on your device. This end-to-end service offers an important advantage for the automation and optimization of power electronics potting processes.
Plastics are on the top of our economy & industry. Combining excellent functional properties with low cost, we can find them in different applications, its global production volume is expected to continue growing well beyond the 2016 figure of 335 million tons. In 2016, global production reached 335 metric tons, behind concrete …
Silicone resins are increasingly present in our daily lives: the excellent physical and chemical properties that they have demonstrated and an eager market for new products, are promoting the progressive substitution of materials in favour of these polymers silica-based and organic radicals. We can find them in sectors where they are already …