What is Thermal adhesive?

Thermal conductive adhesive is a special adhesive that is mainly used to transfer heat between surfaces. Thermal conductive adhesives are often used in electronic devices such as computers and mobile phones to dissipate heat from components such as processors and graphics cards to prevent the device from overheating.

Where is thermal adhesive used?

Thermal transfer adhesive is mainly used in the electronics industry to transfer heat from electronic components to a cooling system.
This adhesive is a thermal transfer material designed to prevent components from overheating and causing damage. It is very easy to apply and can be used on a variety of surfaces, including metal and plastic surfaces.
Among others, thermal transfer adhesives are used in the electronics, automotive and aerospace industries.

What are the advantages of thermal conductive adhesives?

1. Thermal conductive adhesive is able to transfer heat efficiently between two surfaces.
2. It is easy to apply and can be easily applied to hard-to-reach places.
3. Thermal conductive adhesive is an indispensable tool to improve and strengthen the contact between two surfaces.
4. It provides a reliable bond that ensures components are not affected by vibration and shock conditions.
5. Thermal conductive adhesive is a cost-effective product that can be used in the repair and maintenance of electronic equipment.