Thermal insulators provide a reduction of heat transfer between objects in thermal contact or in range of thermal contact by using specific materials that have heat resistant properties.
Thermal Insulators are ideal for: Heat Dissipation, Heat Reduction, Thermal Management, and Thermal Insulation. Heat dissipation occurs when an object that is hotter than other objects is placed in an environment where the heat of the hotter object is transferred to the colder objects and the surrounding environment.
Heat reduction is important when you need to control the temperature from becoming extreme and damaging to internal components and users. By reducing heat, you can prevent against electrical fires, and ensure the safety of the consumer.
Thermal Management is the ability to control the temperature of a system by means of technology based on heat transfer as stated above with heat dissipation using thermal materials.
Thermal insulation is a way of containing heat within a product. Think of an oven without any sort of insulation designed into the product. The heat would escape when is use, making the product incredibly uneconomical.
Common Applications for Thermal Insulators:
- Heat sinks
- Power transistor attachment
- LED assembly
- Battery assembly
- Thermal modules
Common Materials for Thermal Insulators:
- Thermally Conductive Interface Pads
- Thermal Gap Pads
- Thermal Tapes + Adhesives
- Thermal Gap Fillers
Visit our Thermal Management page for more information on thermal applications.
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