Thermigrease: thermally conductive grease made in Ahlhorn


Thermigrease: thermally conductive grease made in Ahlhorn

Thermigrease: thermally conductive grease made in Ahlhorn: Thermigrease TG 20055

The product Thermigrease TG 20055 was developed for high-end applications, the Thermigrease TG 20050 was developed for demanding industrial applications.

Dr. Dietrich Müller GmbH, a leading supplier of electrical insulation materials, heat conducting products, gaskets and technical films, has completed the development of additional thermally conductive greases.

With the product Thermigrease TG 20050, another paste has been developed for industrial applications, which offers an optimal price-performance ratio. The paste operates in a temperature range of -40 to 200° C and has a very low bleeding behaviour of 0.01%.

The thermal conductivity of the product is 5 W/mK.

The product is suitable for use in cartridge heater applications, for use as an interface material in the connection of LED modules to heat sinks.
Users of 3D printers use the paste to optimize the connection between the heating cartridge and the actual nozzle.

In addition, the company will be presenting another high-performance heat-conducting grease, Thermigrease TG 20055.

In addition to these newly developed heat-conducting pastes, the company already has a wide range of heat-conducting pastes. In the temperature range from -60 to + 1200°C, Dr. D. Müller GmbH can offer silicone-free as well as silicone-containing pastes with a thermal conductivity value of up to 15 W/mK.

The thermal pastes can be purchased in the online shop

In addition to the thermal conduction pastes, the Ahlhorn-based company also offers thermally conductive adhesives under the brand name Thermiglue, thermally conductive films under the brand name Thermiflex and thermal pads under the brand name Thermipad.

These materials are then used to produce customer-specific die-cut and moulded parts. Laser cutting technology or water jet cutting are also used as alternative production methods for prototypes.

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