QGel 422導熱墊片 Thermal Pad


• one to one mix ratio
• 24 hour room temperature cure or heat cure
• soft but resilient gel
• Dispensing equipment not necessary


a clear, very soft, tough, moderately cross-linked silicone polymer. Silicone
gels are used to provide protection from vibration, thermal or mechanical shock.
Silicone gels also provide excellent moisture protection.


Typical Properties

Uncatalyzed Properties

                        “A” Component       “B” Component
Appearance          Transparent            Transparent
Viscosity, cps         800-1,500              800-1,500
Specific Gravity         0.97                       0.97

Catalyzed Properties
Mix Ratio 1:1
Gel Time, 23°C 5 minutes
Cure Time 30 min @ 150°C
60 min @ 130°C
24 hours @ 25°C
Volatiles, % 0.1 max. (cured sample)
Service Temperature Range -55 to 200°C
Adhesion Silicone gels have a tacky surface and will
form a mechanical bond to most substrates

Shore oo 30 (25-35 range)

Electrical properties

QGels have excellent dielectric strength
Instructions for use

The convenient one to one mix makes QSi’s QGels very easy to mix. Mix equally and
thoroughly by weight or volume. Once the components are mixed the curing process
begins. The pot life of the mixed material is shown under typical properties. Fast
curing gels (less than 30 minutes pot life) should be dispensed utilizing automated mix
and dispense equipment.

Air trapped during mixing should be removed to eliminate voids in the cured product.
Vacuum de-airing may be necessary to completely remove all entrapped air bubbles. To
insure proper de-airing, subject the mixed material to 29 inches of mercury.

Storage and shelf life
QGels should be stored in the original unopened container at 38C (100F). They will
remain useful for a period of 12 months if stored under those conditions.