Insulating surface heat sinks

Insulating surface heat sinks

This approach is used when an electrical insulation is required with high thermal conductivity. The electrical insulation between the components and the base cooling surfaces is achieved through the use of specialised silicone. The vacuum injection moulding process (VIM) meets the high standards required in terms of dielectric strength, partial discharge test, etc. This insulation technology is not only able to withstand high thermal and mechanical stress, but is also resistant to long-term effects such as cracks and fissures.

Advantages of insulating surface heat sinks:

  • Temperatures: −50 °C to 200 °C
  • Elasticity: Shore hardness 80 A
  • Creepage resistance as measured by CTI: 600 V
  • Dielectric strength: 15 kV/50 Hz 1 min
  • Complies with EN 50124-1 standard / partial discharge test EN 50178
  • Shock and vibration in accordance with IEC 61373 cat.1 class B


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