The term “thermal conductivity” describes a material’s capacity to conduct or transfer heat. This substance maintains the low dielectric of fluoromaterials while combining the exceptional qualities of PFA resins (best-in-class thermal and chemical stability among melt-processable resins). It is a great material for electronics applications like PCB substrates or films because of its distinctive proposition.
For heat evacuation and dissipation in a variety of industries, including automotive, electronics, and aerospace, thermally conductive materials are becoming more and more necessary. A certain level of thermal conductivity in the right carrier material is required for each individual design.
The Global Thermally conductive fluoropolymer market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Thermally Conductive H2 PFA and FEP Fluoropolymer Tubing from Fluorotherm has been launched to greatly improve the rate of heat transfer for cooling and heating applications. This tubing is included in Fluorotherm heat exchangers that are applied in a variety of industries, including chemical processing, steel, metal finishing, and galvanising factories.
The tubing’s composition has been tuned to offer the best balance of strength and thermal conductivity while preserving fluoropolymers’ inherent non-stick properties. Optimization takes into account, among other things, the type of fillers used, purity, shape considerations, and loading.
Thermal conductivity tests, which place H2 tubing at around 2 to 2.5 times the thermal conductivity of natural plastic, are one type of field test that have been used to demonstrate and define Fluorotherm H2 tubing. For a given heat load, Fluorotherm’s H2 Heat Exchangers are physically smaller and take up a lot less room than competing plastic heat exchangers.
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