Thermal conductive silicone grease
[ Date: 2021-08-18 10:12:28 Author: Popularity: ]
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Function of thermal conductive silicone grease:

Between heat dissipation and heat conduction, even the two surfaces with very smooth surfaces will have pores when they are in contact with each other. The air in these pores is a poor conductor of heat, which will hinder the introduction of heat to the heat sink. While thermal conductive silicone grease is materials that can fill these pores and make heat conduction faster and smoother.


Everyone is asking:

1. Will the silicone grease solidify?

Heat conducting silicone grease is a heat conducting material that will not solidify. It is a permanent paste. What solidifies is called heat conducting gel. For more information, please contact customer service.


2. How viscous is the heat conducting silicone grease?

Thermal conductive silicone grease is a thermal conductive filling material, so it has certain adhesion, but it cannot be used for bonding objects. Thermal gel can be used for bonding.


3. How often does silicone grease change?

Silicone grease will dry out after being used for a long time, and its performance will decrease. Not only can it not conduct heat, but it can also cause temperature accumulation. The recommended use time is 2 years.


4. Is the thermal grease conductive?

Our thermal grease is completely insulated, customers don’t have to worry about the production of silicone grease will conduct electricity.


5. What is the difference between different types of silicone grease?

The main reason is that the thermal conductivity is different. The thermal conductivity is an important parameter to determine the quality of the silicone grease. The larger the thermal conductivity, the better and more stable the thermal conductivity. Other aspects are also different. For details, please contact customer service.


Application method of smear:

1. Wipe clean the surface of the CPU to remove rust, dust and oil

2. Squeeze some thermal grease on the center of the CPU surface

3. Use a spatula or brush to spread out the thermal silicon by yourself

4. Apply the thermal grease evenly to the thickness of the paper