Boron Nitride

thermal conductivity

Boron nitride is produced from melamine and boric acid. The particles are formed in hexagonal plate-like layers similar to graphite and exhibit a high aspect ratio of 1:30. The filler can be added to thermoplastics and thermosets such as nylon, PBT, PEEK and TPE at levels between 20% and 45% and this gives the compound excellent thermal conductivity.

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Boron nitride is produced from melamine and boric acid. The particles are formed in hexagonal plate-like layers similar to graphite and exhibit a high aspect ratio of 1:30. The filler can be added to thermoplastics and thermosets such as nylon, PBT, PEEK and TPE at levels between 20% and 45% and this gives the compound excellent thermal conductivity.



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Features


    • White in colour

    • Low hardness

    • Not electrically conductive

    • Low dusting

    • Secondary fillers such as glass fibres easily mixed in

Benefits


    • High thermal conductivity

    • Non-abrasive meaning lower tool wear

    • Cycle time reduction

    • More economical to use than other thermally conductive systems

Typical Applications


    • High capacity battery

    • Thermal interface materials

    • LED lighting technology

    • Automotive components


     

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