GT20 Thermal Pad

  • Smooth surface & low contact resistance
  • Usable over a wide temperature range
  • Electrical insulation; high breakdown voltage
  • Complies with UL standards

GT20 is a thermal pad with 2.1W/m•K thermal conductivity also contains thermally conductive silicon glass fiber support. Such as a rubber gasket, with good thermal conductivity, tensile strength, light slippery surface, high withstand voltage, suitable for constant temperature radiation range. The products have “REACH & RoHS & UL” certification, and the production can be customized.

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In modern times, electronic products have developed rapidly, especially in recent years, electric vehicle-related applications have become more prominent, and battery energy storage equipment needs to dissolve more and more heat, and there are relatively more restrictions. GT20 thermal conductive silicone gasket contains glass fiber reinforcement, the thermal conductivity of 2.1W/m•K, the high tensile strength of 200kgf/cm2, not easy to cause damage, and high stability of withstand voltage of 6.1KV/mm, which can block electrical, Can fill the gap between the heat source and the heat sink and the insulation effect.

 

Application:

Electronic components - 5G, Aerospace, AI, AIoT, AR/VR/MR/XR, Automotive, Consumer Devices, Datacom, Electric Vehicle, Electronic Products, Energy Storage, Industrial, Lighting Equipment, Medical, Military, Netcom, Panel, Power Electronics, Robot, Servers, Smart Home, Telecom, etc.

How to use thermal pad

Tearing off the release paper

Tearing off the release paper.

Attach the thermal pad to the heat source

Attach the thermal pad to the heat source.

Remove the protective film

Remove the protective film.

Apply components onto the exposed part

Apply components onto the exposed part.

Thermal Conductivity

Thermal Conductivity

Thermal conductivity refers to the ability of a given material to conduct/transfer heat.
Dielectric Breakdown Voltage

Dielectric Breakdown Voltage

Dielectric breakdown is the failure of an insulating material to prevent the flow of current under an applied electrical stress.
Hardness

Hardness

Higher numbers on the scale indicate a greater resistance to indentation and thus harder materials.

 

Properties
Unit
GT20 Thermal Pad
Testing methods
Thermal Conductivity
W/m•K
2.1±10%
ASTM D5470 Modified
Thickness
mm
0.3
ASTM D374
Color
Green
Colorimeter CIE 1976
Flame Rating
V-0
UL 94
Dielectric Breakdown Voltage
KV/mm
≥4.1
ASTM D149
Reinforcement Carrier
Fiberglass mesh
Weight Loss
%
<0.2
ASTM E595 Modified
Density
g/cm³
2.6
ASTM D792
Operating Temperature
°C
-45~+180
Volume Resistivity
Ohm-m
>10¹²
ASTM D257
Elongation
%
60
ASTM D412
Standard Format
Sheet
Hardness(Silicone Side)
Shore
A 70±3
ASTM D2240

 

 

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