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Parker Lord expands its CoolTherm portfolio of thermally conductive materials

The Parker Lord Assembly and Protection Solutions Division of Parker Hannifin Corporation, a provider of motion and control technologies, has launched three new products specifically designed for EV battery systems.

These new thermally conductive gap fillers expand Parker Lord’s CoolTherm portfolio of thermal management solutions for OEMs and battery producers.

CoolTherm SC-2000 RW (Reworkable) gap filler is a soft-curing, low-density and low-abrasion silicone gap filler with excellent thermal conductivity. CoolTherm SC-2000 RW was designed with rework in mind, in order to provide flexibility during battery manufacturing and end-of-life disassembly.

CoolTherm SC-3000 LD is a low-density, two-component silicone designed to provide excellent thermal and shock resistance. This low-volatility, 3.0 W/m-K gap filler was formulated with lower density to reduce material weight, and is UL 94 V-0 rated.

CoolTherm UR-2000 is a two-component thermally conductive urethane system that cures at room temperature and meets UL 94 V-0 standards. CoolTherm UR-2000 provides excellent adhesion to powder-coated and e-coated aluminum surfaces, such as battery boxes and cooling plates.

“As a total solutions provider, we continue to help electrify the industries we serve and bring together a wide range of Parker technologies designed to solve complex challenges in thermal management, lightweighting, fast charging, reliability and safety,” said Brad Gibson, Parker’s head of Global Sales and Marketing, Automotive and Electrification.

Source: Parker Hannifin


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