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Dow Corning 340 Heat Sink Compound, 142g Tube, White

ID: DC340X142G Mfr ID: 340X142G
Manufactured by: Dow Corning
Dow Corning brand thermally conductive compounds are grease like silicone materials, heavily filled with heat-conductive metal oxides. This combination promotes high thermal conductivity, low bleed and high temperature stability. The compounds are designed to maintain a positive heat sink seal to improve heat transfer from the electrical/electronic device to the heat sink or chassis, thereby increasing the overall efficiency of the device. Electronic devices are continually designed to deliver higher performance.

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USD $36.34 / TU

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  • Brand name :  Dow Corning
  • Series :  340
  • Item Name :  Heat Sink Compound
  • Short Desc :  COMPOUND,HEAT SINK,340 142G TUB
  • Packaging :  12/Carton
  • UNSPSC :  32131008

Especially in the area of consumer electronics, there is also a continual trend towards smaller, more compact designs. In combination these factors typically mean that more heat is generated in the device. Thermal management of electronic devices is a primary concern of design engineers. A cooler device allows for more efficient operation and better reliability over the life of the device.

Performance Details
Evaporation Rate 0.38% 
Design & Construction
Form Paste 
Color White 
Electrical Properties
Dielectric Strength 210V/Mil 
Chemical Properties
Composition Silicone 
Specific Gravity 2.1 
Viscosity 542000 cP 
Physical Properties
Container Size 142g 
Container Type Tube 

Dow Corning 340 Heat Sink Compound, 142g Tube, White Safety Data Sheet (SDS) 

Dow Corning 340 Heat Sink Compound, 142g Tube, White Specification Sheet 

Features :

  • White, non-curing and non-flowing thermally conductive compound
  • Heat flow away from electronic components can increase reliability

Applications :

  • For Thermal Coupling of Electrical/Electronic Devices to Heat Sinks