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Uzbekistan Graphite Sheet | Thermal Management
High heat conductivity and flexible make heat loss control feasible, – whilst also remaining lightweight and compact. Thermal Management provides flexible graphite sheeting made using flake graphite with high content of graphite. These sheets offer excellent chemical thermal and mechanical resistance to be used in chemicals and gas systems.
Uzbekistan “Graphite-PAD” high thermal conductivity in z-direction
Feature Of Natural Graphite. Excellent thermal conductivity : up to 700W/m·K. Lightweight: Specific gravity : 0.87 to 1.6 g/cm3 (30% lighter than aluminum, 80% lighter than copperin the same size) Low thermal resistance, 40% lower than aluminum, 20% lower than copper. Low heat resistance with flexible Graphite sheet.
Uzbekistan Pyrolytic Graphite - Thermal Interface Material | HPMS Graphite
High thermal conductivity ：13 W/m・K Excellent compressibility ：50 % (t=2 mm, Pressure 300 kPa) Thermal resistance ：fit into uneven parts and provide excellent thermal resistance with a low load High reliability ：correspond to －40 to 150 ℃ and maintains long-term reliability Thickness range ：0.5, 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, 2.5, 3.0 mm
Uzbekistan Panasonic Pyrolytic Graphite Sheets (PGS) Farnell UK
HPMS pyrolytic graphite sheets offer thermal conductivity up to 1800 W/m-K and are very thin, which allows for easy attachment to a variety of heat sink or component surfaces. The high thermal conductivity graphite can easily be used for thermal management in electronics (adhesives available for easier applying) or other space-limiting areas.
Uzbekistan 0.13mm Thickness Thermal Conductivity Natural Graphite Sheet ...
Standard PGS provides excellent thermal conductivity that can withstand temperatures up to 400°C. It is also available with additional adhesives and laminants to provide extreme high heat resistance, insulation and stability within an application. Thermal conductivity Two to four times as high as copper, three to six times as high as aluminium.