High Thermal and Dielectric Performance Insulator Pad
Tgard K52 is a high thermal and dielectric performance insulator pad consisting of a ceramic filled phase change compound coated on MT Kapton film.
Tgard K52 phase change coating all but eliminates contact thermal resistance. The phase change coating melts at 52ºC and replaces all contact areas that contain air.
TgardTM K52-1 is ideal for applications requiring the best thermal performing insulator material.
• High breakdown voltage of 4,000 – 9,000 range VAC
• Resistant to tears and cut through
• Total thermal resistance of 0.13 – 0.30 range ºC-in2/watt at 20 psi clip force
|Additional Product Description||Standard Die Cut Parts :
Standard part sizes for TO-220, TO-247, TO-3P, TO-3PL, and TO-264Custom Die Cut Parts :
Custom configurations available with standard tolerance of 0.5mm (0.020”)
Ability to handle drawings in multiple file formats. (.DXF and .DWG preferred)Pressure Sensitive Adhesive :
Single side adhesive available on request
Data for design engineer guidance only. Observed performance varies in application.Engineers are reminded to test the material in application.
|Breakdown Voltage (Volts AC)||6000|
|Composite Thickness (mil)||2|
|Composite Thickness (mm)||0.05|
|Dielectric Breakdown (VAC)||Voltage 4200, Test Method ASTM D149|
|Dielectric Constant Range||1MHz 1.8, Test Method, ASTM D257|
|Dielectric with Standard Voltage||3000, Test Method ASTM D149|
|Elongation at break||
-60 to 150C
|Operating Temperature Range (°C)||
– 60 to 150
Dielectric with standard voltage 50mm probe for 30 sec 3 000 volts AC
Dielectric Breakdown Voltage 50mm probe 4 200 volts AC
Composite Thickness – 2 mil (0.051mm)
MT Kapton Thickness 1 mil (0.025mm)
Composite Thickness – ASTM D374
MT Kapton Thickness – ASTM D374
|Pressure Sensitive Adhesive||Single side adhesive|
Tgard K52 Series
|Tensile Strength||Mpa 93, psi 13.5k, test method ASTM D412|
|Temperature – Operating (Max Celsius)||150.00|
|Temperature – Operating (Min Celsius)||
|Test Method – Dielectric Breakdown Voltage||ASTM D149|
|Test Method – Dielectric with Standard Voltage||ASTM D149|
|Test Method – Elongation||
|Thermal Resistance (°C-in²/W)||Varies by thickness|
|Thickness Max (mm)||0.10|
|Thickness Min (mm)||0.05|
at 10 psi 0.13
Volume Resistivity Del 4, Volume Resistivity, ASTM D257
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