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EKWB Conductive Thermal PAD E 2,0mm RAM 8X

EKWB Replacement Thermal PAD E 2,0mm - (RAM 8X), 50 x 25 x 2.0 mm, Reusable, For use with EK water blocks

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Scan code: LN68129 Manufacturer code: 3830046996718 Request call
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Product Overview Replacement thermal conductive pad for use with EK water blocks. Along with thermal conductivity, it provides great elasticity and elongation with natural tack on one side. Can be used multiple times, thus offering great reworkability and electrical insulation.

Thermal pads are used to fill air gaps caused by imperfectly flat or smooth surfaces which should be in thermal contact. Please consult your installation manual prior purchasing to see what size and thickness is correct for your EK water block. Features Thermal conductivity: 3.5 W/mK (+/-0.35)
• General dimensions: Type E (50 x 25 mm) - precut to 8 pieces
• Thickness: 2.0mm
• Working Temperature: -55 ~ +200°C
• Hardness: 5 (Shore A)
• Elongation: 100%
• Specific Gravity: 2.6 g/cm3 (+/- 0.2)
• Flame Rating: V-0
• Dielectric Breakdown Voltage: >4kV
• Volume Resistance: > 10^11 Ohm-m
• Main ingredient: Aluminum oxide (Al2O3) 85-95%
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
24 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Scan
Telephone:
0871-472-4747
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EKWB Conductive Thermal PAD E 2,0mm RAM 8X
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