Creative Materials Intros Flexible Thermally Conductive Epoxy Adhesive


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Creative Materials, Inc., has introduced 127-31, a unique extremely flexible one-component thermally conductive epoxy adhesive. This 100% solids epoxy adhesive, encapsulant, and potting compound, is electrically insulating, with a thermal conductivity of 3.0 W/mK.  127-31 features thermal stability up to 325°C and excellent chemical resistance. 

Unlike conventional epoxy systems, 127-31 can absorb stress when bonding mismatched CTE substrates with low-temperature curing, and offers a 4-day pot life at room temperature.  This epoxy also demonstrates elastomeric properties. 127-31 is particularly useful when applications call for silicone-free products.

Typical applications include, printed circuit board fabrication, power management, advanced materials composites, LED attachment, and heat sink bonding.

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. The company has extensive experience in the functional adhesive, ink and coating industry, combining technical expertise with nimble production capabilities, enabling a reduction in time-to-market for new product applications. We specialize in custom-developed products. We ask our customers to challenge us to develop the right product for their application. 

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