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Thermal Interface - Wet Dispensed


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Packaging and Storage Considerations

Dow Corning® Thermal Interface Materials are supplied in a wide variety of forms. They can be supplied as dispensable high viscosity liquids in a variety of packages (cartridges, pails, drums, cans, jars or syringes) depending on the product chosen. They can also be supplied as fabricated films. These come either in rolls or as pre-stamped shapes, specific to your application.

The liquid materials have a variety of storage requirements. Two part products and one part moisture curing materials can generally be stored at room temperature. Many of the heat curing one part products require cold storage. Due to the wide variety of types of thermally conductive materials available, users should determine the proper storage conditions from the product datasheets or consult a Dow Corning representative.

Fabricated Thin Thermal and Gap Filler Thermal Interface Materials are generally stored at room temperature. Phase Change Thermal Interface Materials should be stored at or near room temperature.

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  1. Thermal Interface Materials Tutorial


  2. You Don't Have To Do It Alone!


  3. Why is Heat Bad for Electronic Devices?


  4. Types of Wet Dispensed Thermal Interface Materials


  5. Types of Fabricated Films and Pad Thermal Interface Materials


  6. Key Characteristics – Wet Dispensed Thermal Interface Materials


  7. Key Characteristics – Fabricated Pad and Film Thermal Interface Materials


  8. Potential Applications for Thermal Interface Materials


  9. Testing considerations


  10. Specialty Materials


  11. Basics of Processing for Wet Dispensed Thermal Interface Materials


  12. Curing of Wet Dispensed Thermal Interface Materials


  13. Basics of Processing for Fabricated Films and Pads


  14. Packaging and Storage Considerations


  15. Tell Us What You Need


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