Conductive Silicones from Auburn represent
a real technological breakthrough that expands the use of silicone
gasketing into the electronic assembly market. By adding special
fillers to silicone, the following products have been developed to
be either thermally or electrically conductive and applications that
were once off-limits to silicone can now be re-evaluated for its
is a smooth, calender-coated silicone
product that offers great conformability, cut-through resistance and
dielectric strength while maintaining a low level of thermal
FURO 400 SERIES
are thermally - conductive
silicone coated fabrics that provide thin, cost-effective heat
transfer capability. All are obtained plain or with
thermally-conductive pressure-sensitive adhesive on one side.
is an unsupported, thermally-conductive
solid silicone available in several thicknesses, providing thermal
and mechanical protection to electronic devices.
, in the uncured state, is an effective
system for bonding printed circuit boards, heat sinks, and
electronic components to a variety of substrates. Refrigerated
storage is required.
is an electrically-conductive, 50
durometer solid silicone rubber that performs three distinct
functions. The carbon filler in it allows it to act as a low
amperage conductor. It shields RF and EM interference. And it
protects against the development of electrostatic discharge.
Auburn can apply pressure sensitive silicone or acrylic adhesives to
(36" x 36" or 24" x 24") or continuous length rolls at 36” wide. The
self-adhering materials permit substantial savings because they are
easy to apply, simplify production, and eliminate the high cost of
withstands the same temperature
F to +500° F, as the silicone rubber sheet.
, whose temperature range is -40
F to +300°F, offers the same advantage of twice the
adhesion to steel and a longer shelf life than silicone adhesive.
Hi-Temp Acrylic Adhesive
, newly released, is
capable of withstanding temperature of 450F, while providing the
high-bonding strength of acrylic adhesive. All of these
above-mentioned electrically or thermally conductive silicones from
Auburn are readily available either plain or with an adhesive
backing applied to one, or in some cases, both sides. Self-adhering
adhesive-backed sheets are protected by an easy-to-remove peel-off
liner for application to a clean, dry, degreased surface.
High Temperature Resistance to +500° F
Low Temperature Flexibility to -100° F
Resistant to Compression Set
Little or No Out-Gassing Materials
Non-Stick Surface, Odorless, Tasteless
Long Service Life
Resistant to Growth of Fungus & Bacteria
Resistant to Ozone
Ordering Information & Special Orders
Please contact your Auburn Customer Service Representative to obtain
price quotations. Products whose durometers, hardnesses, colors, or
densities aren't listed as standard are also available upon request.
To receive further technical assistance, material recommendations or
samples, please contact your Auburn Customer Service Representative.