Introduction Thermosets refer to the set of materials formed by polymers joined by chemical bonds acquiring a highly cross-linked final structure. The highly cross-linked structure of thermoset materials is directly responsible for the high mechanical and physical resistance (stresses or loads, temperature…) of these materials compared to thermoplastics and elastomers. On the …
New Thermally Conductive Compound, Coolmagplast TM
COOLMAGPLAST is a thermally conductive, electrically non-conductive PA6 based flame retardant grade.
COOLMAGPLAST is lightweight, net-shape moldable and allows design freedom in applications previously
restricted to metals and ceramics.
COOLMAGPLAST combines thermal conductivity and electrical insulation in standard pellet form suitable for
thermoplastic injection molding and other processes (e.g. extrusion). COOLMAGPLAST is a thermally
conductive designed for Power Electronics in Automotive, especially in Electrified Vehicles with a quadruple
1. Heat Transfer, reduction of hot spots and minimising the average temperature of systems.
2. Electric Isolation.
3. Mechanical protection.
4. Flame and fire protection.
Metal replacement / Electrical Management / Design flexibility and efficiency
Electrical Properties of Insulating Materials Dielectric Constant (Permitivity) A dielectric is a material which has poor electrical conductivity but inherits an ability to store an electrical charge (due to dielectric polarization). The dielectric constant is a measure of the electrostatic energy stored in the insulating material per unit volume under one unit …
The term polymer degradation refers to the processes induced by sunlight, heat and other atmospheric agents that lead to a modification of the polymer structure, which are normally accompanied by a decrease in the mechanical characteristics of the material. Due to complexity of the chemical structure, environmental agents will act according to: …