During their use, many electronic components produce heat. Successful heat dissipation is very important for the proper functioning of electrical and electronic devices and for their operational life expectancy.

Heat dissipation pastes are thermally conductive materials that do not cure and offer the best solution when there is a need for repair in the future.

  •  There are silicone pastes and non-silicone pastes  
  • Silicone products can withstand up to 200 ° C
  • The thermal conductivity ranges from 0.9 to 3.4W / m.K depending on the product

Products

Electrolube HTC – Non-Silicone Paste

  • Non-Silicone Heat Transfer Compound.
  • Non-drip
  • Thermal Conductivity (Guarded Hot Plate): 0.9 W/m.K
  • Service Temperature: -50oC up to 130οC
  • Colour: White
  • Packaging: Cartridge 10X35ml, Can 1kg

Electrolube HTS – Silicone Paste

  • Silicone Heat Transfer Compound
  • Non-drip
  • Thermal Conductivity (Guarded Hot Plate): 0.9 W/m.K
  • Service Temperature: -50oC up to 200οC
  • Colour: White
  • Packaging: Cartridge 10X35ml, Box 1kg

DOW 340 – Silicone Paste

  • Silicone Thermally Conductive Compound
  • Non-drip
  • Thermal Conductivity (Guarded Hot Plate): 0.67 W/m.K
  • Servive Temperature: -50oC up to 177οC
  • Colour: White
  • Packaging: Tube 100gr, Pail 10 kg

Electrolube HTSP – Silicone Paste with high thermal conductivity

  • Silicone Heat Transfer Compound
  • Non- drip
  • Thermal Conductivity (Guarded Hot Plate): 3 W/m.K
  • Service Temperature: -50oC up to 200οC
  • Colour: White
  • Packaging: Cartridge 10X35ml, Box 1kg