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Heat Conducting Pastes at TRANSCALOR

The TRANSCALOR heat conducting cement is not suitable for all application cases. Frequently, a very fine structure of the heat conducting compound is demanded and is something the cement cannot guarantee due to its consistency.

On the other hand, some demands require that the heat conducting compound must not be allowed to harden or that it must not be allowed to connect any components firmly to one another since these components must be easy to seperate later on.

However, the requirement ogf transferring heat from one component to another one is a top-ranking objektive. This can, for example, be found in the field of electronics in order to protect sensitive components by preventing the premature, quick death of these elements due to excessive heat by means of heat dissipation.

Here is where the classic application area of heat conducting pastes presents itself.

For the many different requirements that our customers ask us to fulfil, we offer solutions for heat transmission problems up to temperatures of 400°C. Possible solutions include silicone-containing pastes, as well as other pastes that are not made on the basis of silicone.

To find the right heat conducting paste for your specific application case, please provide us with your specific requirements.

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Heat Conducting Adhesive at TRANSCALOR

Whenever the TRANSCALOR heat conducting cement is too coarse in terms of its structure and heat conducting pastes do not provide any further help because of the requirement that the components must be firmly connected to one another, it is usually necessary to fall back on the use of heat conducting adhesives.

The heat conducting adhesives sold by our company have been developed on the basis of single-component adhesives. Generally speaking, we distinguish heat conducting adhesives or compounds according to whether or not the hardening process is carried out completly or wheter a certain degree of elasticity is maintained following the drying process.

Here the possible temperature range is an important factor. The compound that can be subject to maximum stress covers a range up to 1200°C. However, following the hardening process, this compound is then, of course, no longer elastic.

Instead of providing you with an overview of all our available heat conducting adhesives and compounds, we would like to ask you to mention your requirement for your specific needs so that we can make the right choice when preparing your offer.

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Additional Heat Engineering Applications

With the TRANSCALOR heat conducting cement, as well as with the heat conducting pastes, heat conducting adhesives and heat conducting compounds, we have shown you possible ways of coming to grips with your specific heat conducting problems.

In your case, you may also find other application areas that give rise to heat engineering problems for which you will require a solution.

For example, requests for heat-resistance lubricants can come up or other special applications as well.

Before rejecting a partially thought-out technical realisation of your idea, ask us to find out if we can offer you a solution.

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Complete Service for Heat Transmission
  • Solutions even when heat conducting cement cannot be used.
  • Heat conducting pastes offer solutions whenever components are not supposed to be connected firmly together.
  • Heat conducting adhesives and heat conducting compounds meet the highest demands, in some cases, up to 1200 °C.
  • Our good contact to specialised manufacturers also help you solve your heat conducting problem.

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