Creative Materials Announces New Thermally Conductive Interface Material


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Noelle Industries, a division of Creative Materials, Inc, has introduced 804-24, a one-component thermally conductive thermal grease that has excellent heat dissipation properties, low sag and no bleeding.

The 804-24 is designed to dissipate heat away from sensitive electronic components including semi-conductors and temperature sensing devices.

This product is white in color with a silicone-based filler system and has excellent aging characteristics at temperatures up to 200°C.  This product has a volume resistivity of 2.0 x 1015 ohm/cm, dielectric strength of 450 volts/mil and thermal conductivity of 8.2 W/m*K.

The Noelle Industries division develops specialty-formulated epoxies, urethanes, silicones and UV-curable acrylic materials that are widely used in the aerospace, automotive, electronics, mechanical assembly and other OEM markets.

About Creative Materials, Inc.

Creative Materials, Inc., is a leading manufacturer of custom-formulated electrically conductive inks, coatings, and adhesives.  Products from Creative Materials are used in a variety of applications that provide cost-effective design solutions for demanding production requirements. Creative Materials is ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified. Our company has extensive experience in the adhesive, ink and coating industry, combining technical expertise with nimble production capabilities, enabling us to reduce time-to-market for new product applications.  Please contact Creative Materials at 1-800.560.5667, or email us @ info@creativematerials.com, to discuss your specific application needs.

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