RAMPF: Silicone, Polyurethane, and Epoxy Resins with Maximum Thermal Conductivity
RAMPF Polymer Solutions is presenting its range of high-performance silicone, polyurethane, and epoxy casting resins with maximum thermal conductivity at electronica 2018 in Munich, Germany, from November 13 to 16 – Hall A5/Booth 224.
The automotive, energy, automation, and household goods industries are all dependent on developments in storing and transferring electricity. Electro casting resins are thus a key technology driver in these and other sectors.
Electro casting resins from RAMPF Polymer Solutions provide reliable and effective protection against chemicals and environmental influences such as heat, cold, and moisture for sensitive electronic components in cars, high-precision measuring, monitoring, and regulating sensors as well as in numerous other electrical/electronic components.
With their outstanding thermal conductivity, RAMPF polyurethane and silicone resins ensure that heat is efficiently dissipated from components and the required mechanical flexibility maintained. This enables the implementation of numerous innovative solutions for power electronics components.
RAKU® SIL electro casting resins protect sensitive electronic components that require flame retardancy, high temperature resistance, and lasting flexibility. Besides excellent heat dissipation, RAMPF silicone resins boast first-rate flow properties and deliver maximum protection against harsh environments, vibrations, and temperature shocks.
RAKU® PUR electro casting resins are low-viscosity for the efficient processing of complex components with short process times. The customized casting resin systems achieve values of up to 2.5 [W/(m*K)] and, alongside high flexibility, also offer outstanding thermal shock resistance, which maximizes component service life.
Thanks to their low viscosity, RAKU® POX electro casting resins boast exceptional impregnation properties. The epoxy systems also impress with their excellent thermal conductivity and low sensitivity to moisture. What’s more, their superb flow properties make them ideal for use with complex components, for example items with coils such as transformers, stators, and generators.