Lord Showcases Thermally Conductive Silicone Encapsulants Print E-mail

Thermoset SC-303, SC-309 and SC-320 thermally conductive silicone encapsulants are designed for thermal conductivity for electrical/electronic encapsulating applications. Are two-component systems designed to retain properties associated with silicones. Exhibit low shrinkage and stress on components as they cure, and maintain low viscosity. Are environmentally resistant and UL-rated; are composed of an addition-curing polydimethyl siloxane polymer that will not depolymerize when heated in confined spaces.

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