Products, Materials & Tools | Apr 25, 2012

WLK DK – A New Thermally Conductive Adhesive

To stick electronic building parts or mechanical components safely while maintaining thermal conductivity, Fischer Elektronik announces the launch of its new, thermally conductive adhesive, WLK DK – a temperature and impact-resistant, two-component adhesive, with short pot life. It is solvent-free, and thermal conductivity is guaranteed by the aluminium oxide filling based on epoxy resin.

The thermally conductive adhesive can be used to stick porous and non-porous surfaces: metals, glass, ceramic materials and almost all plastic materials. Hardener and binder are mixed (ratio 1:1) using a static mixing tube with Luer Lock system.

In the standard version, the thermally conductive adhesive is available as a 4 ml and a 10 ml syringe and as a 50 ml cartridge. Other packaging sizes and types can be provided in accordance with customer specifications. Do not hesitate to contact us.

If you would like further information, please contact the Fischer Elektronik product specialists, who will be pleased to give you any advice you may require.
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