Enhance thermal conductivity and reduce troublesome air gaps between electrical components with thermal gap fillers; low stress, high volume capable TIMs.
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Discover the full portfolio of Bergquist® thermal gap filler materials and download product-specific technical data sheets (TDS) to get more information. Find details on hazardous substances with the restriction of hazardous substances sheet (RoHS) or find out more about safe use with safety data sheets (SDS).
When to Use Gap Fillers Vs. Thermal Gel
For manufacturing operations where a one-part material is preferred over a two-part material that requires mixing, thermal gels offer an alternative to liquid gap fillers.
Heat dissipating liquid gap fillers are frequently utilized in markets such as automotive, where high reliability is required. Gap fillers also offer the added benefit of being able to withstand extremely harsh environments after curing. Thermal gels are most often used for stationary applications, such as those found within the telecoms sector.
Resources for Thermal Gap Fillers
Discover the right thermal interface product for any application with our thermal interface materials selection guide. Or browse the full range of thermal management materials with the Bergquist® brochure.