Internet #202932736

Model # 98003

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3 oz. Tube Heat Sink Compound

  • Blended with thermally-conductive fine metal oxide powders
  • Non-toxic formula does not harden or melt
  • Does not reach to rubber or plastic
$ 7 03

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Product Overview

  • Blended with thermally-conductive fine metal oxide powders
  • Non-toxic formula does not harden or melt
  • Does not reach to rubber or plastic
Super Lube Silicone Heat Sink - 3 oz. tube. Silicone compound blended with thermally conductive, fine metal oxide powders. Will not harden or melt. Will not react to rubber or plastic. Non-toxic.
  • Temperature range from -45 degrees F to +500 degrees F
  • High dielectric strength
  • Excellent heat transfer efficiency
  • Viscosity stable

Product Overview

  • Blended with thermally-conductive fine metal oxide powders
  • Non-toxic formula does not harden or melt
  • Does not reach to rubber or plastic
Model #: 98003
Internet #: 202932736

Super Lube Silicone Heat Sink - 3 oz. tube. Silicone compound blended with thermally conductive, fine metal oxide powders. Will not harden or melt. Will not react to rubber or plastic. Non-toxic.

  • Temperature range from -45 degrees F to +500 degrees F
  • High dielectric strength
  • Excellent heat transfer efficiency
  • Viscosity stable

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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size (oz.)
3.0

Details

Container type
Tube
Lubricant base
Oil
Nonconductive
Yes
Protects against rust
Yes
Returnable
15-Day
Safe on any surface
No
Sprays on clear
No
Water repellant
Yes

Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size (oz.)
3.0

Details

Container type
Tube
Lubricant base
Oil
Nonconductive
Yes
Protects against rust
Yes
Returnable
15-Day
Safe on any surface
No
Sprays on clear
No
Water repellant
Yes

Questions & Answers

What is the Thermal Conductivity and / or Thermal Resistance? (i.e., values in W/m-k or °C-in2/W ...

What is the Thermal Conductivity and / or Thermal Resistance? (i.e., values in W/m-k or °C-in2/W etc.)
Asked by: DaveInCaz
The temperature range is -40F to 500F and the thermal conductivity is 0.55 watts / meter K.
Answered by: Communityanswer
Date published: 2018-04-09

What is the electrical conductivity of this material? Will it serve as an electrical insulator as...

What is the electrical conductivity of this material? Will it serve as an electrical insulator as well? (I want to use it on thermocouples to measure surface metal temperature at 35C)
Asked by: donc
This material is not intended to be an electrical conductor or insulator. Its purpose is to be a thermal conductor, i.e., to transfer heat from an electrical component to a heat sink to dissipate the heat to the environment. I use it on my BMW motorcycles to transfer heat from the electronic ignition module to its heat sink. It may be somewhat electrically insulative but I wouldn't depend on it in that application. Again, it's intended purpose is to be a thermal conductor.
Answered by: bmwr90s
Date published: 2019-08-04

Can I use this on a motherboard

Asked by: Joey
I used it in a laptop to replace the original HT grease on the processor, and so far so good - 6 months or so. It's powdered Zinc oxide in silicone grease, not conducting - but keep out moisture.
Answered by: Knipse
Date published: 2020-03-09

Does this product harden over time at high temperatures? Greater than 200 degrees F.

I just had to replace the Honeywell controller on my furnace for the second time in 12 years. The thermal paste supplied with the last controller hardened up in the thermo well and it took me 3 hours to get the thermo bulb out without destroying or replacing the original thermo well. I don't want to use the supplied paste again.
Asked by: Deadeye
It is powdered zinc oxide in a silicone grease base. It is non conducting electrically, but wouldn't be moisture tolerant. Claim is it will never harden or evaporate to 500 F
Answered by: Knipse
Date published: 2018-04-07
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