THERMATTACH(reg) T410 thermally conductive, double-sided adhesive tape is for bonding heat sinks onto plastic IC packages. The tape features a silicone-based, pressure-sensitive adhesive on one side of a 0.002-inch aluminum foil carrier. The tape's other side--a thermally loaded, high bond strength, acrylic PSA--bonds securely to metal heat sinks. Applications include bonding heat sinks to molded, plastic, ball grid array packages and other ICs that dissipate from 1 to 5W of heat.
Parker Hannifin Corp.Chomerics Div.
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